Sunday, July 25, 2010

CBB Rumors: Where Will Tony Wroten Jr. Go?

Posted by CoHoops Josh Dhani Photo
According to the Seattle Times, Tony Wroten Jr. was happy to come off the bench playing with the U.S. 17-year-old squad.

Wroten Jr. said he doesn't mind playing for the Kentucky Wildcats. Even after the Wildcats landed Marquis Teague, who is the number one point guard in the 2011 recruiting class. 

Not to mention, John Calipari is also targeting Quinn Cook and Trevor Lacey.

Wroten Jr. can go there and be a helpful contributor off the bench. With him it doesn't matter if he came off the bench or not. He did it for the U.S. team, so he probably wouldn't mind doing the same thing for Kentucky.

For when Wroten Jr. will decide, it's non-committal.

"You never know," Wroten said. "It could be tomorrow or it could be next year on signing day. Stay tuned."

Wroten has a lot of colleges that are considering his services. His college choices are the Louisville Cardinals, Kentucky Wildcats, LSU Tigers, Connecticut Huskies, and Villanova Wildcats.

It's going to be interesting to witness where he goes.

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