It looks as if Kentucky will be ready till subsequent year to recognise where Hunter Sallis will attend university.

In an interview with KSR’s Jack Pilgrim, Sallis said the cutting-edge plan is to attend until the spring to come to a decision, as he’s hoping in-man or woman recruiting will open back up, permitting him to without a doubt go to campuses and meet with coaches.

another cause why Sallis might be wise to attend until the spring is to get a higher idea of the shield conditions at the faculties he’s thinking about. The current notion has been it’s a Kentucky vs. North Carolina warfare for Sallis with Kansas also in contention.

Senior shield Marcus Garrett is set to run the show at Kansas in what would generally be his final season, but the NCAA is giving every person a free yr of eligibility, so it’s feasible he’s back for the 2021-22 season. Incoming 5-big name freshman Bryce Thompson additionally figures to be a backcourt starter and may be one and performed, however a go back for 2021-22 isn’t out of the question.

It’s a similar state of affairs at Kentucky with senior shield Davion Mintz competing for the start line shield spot and will possibly go back next 12 months, though it’s doubtful if that’s something he’s considering. Incoming five-superstar defend Devin Askew will even compete for the starting spot and could go back as a sophomore in 2021-22. If one or each of them are lower back together with 2021 defend Nolan Hickman coming in, this backcourt may be too crowded for Sallis’ liking.

At North Carolina, incoming 5-big name shield Caleb is anticipated to start the factor and probably be one and accomplished. Even if Love remains, their backcourt doesn’t appear like whatever that could scare off a top-10 recruit like Sallis.

And we will’t overlook approximately 2022 shield Skyy Clark, who will announce his university choice Thursday with Kentucky looking just like the favorite but North Carolina right inside the thick of it. Clark has said he plans to stick to 2022, however if he reclassifies into 2021, wherever he goes might in all likelihood end up much less appealing for Sallis, mainly if it’s Kentucky if simply one among Mintz/Askew is lower back next year.

The coolest news for all 3 schools is Sallis says he can thrive playing at the point or off the ball, especially in a gadget like what John Calipari runs in Lexington.