Yeah we do...Originally posted by <b>BrYaNBaIlEy06</b>!
Is Kentucky out of scholarships? I thought they were, well anyways, if UK is out of scholarships, ya'll have no chance of getting Morris.
We don't have any athletics scholarships left, and neither does GTech. But like I said, if the 5/8 rule gets abolished in the next few months, that won't matter anymore as both teams will have scholarships to offer. Morris said he wants to play with great guards, and UK will have some great guards next year in Sparks, Rondo, and Crawford. I can see why he wants to play with good guards as well after seeing his high school team play. The guards on his team had a million turnovers trying to get the ball down-low to him. Plus, academics are important to Morris and his dad, as has been reported a lot, which is why he won't be skipping college. If Brandon Stockton is willing to give up his athletics scholarship like he was last year, then that'll give UK an advantage. Tubby has already proved he can take recruits out of their own hometown, so I have a 50/50 feeling about this one. But like I said, if he was GTech or UGA bound, two hometown teams, why wait to commit? The fact he hasn't commited to either hometown team speaks LOADS for UK and the great job we are doing recruiting him. But hey, an academic scholarship isn't out of the question for him either, so the whole no athletics scholarship thing can be avoided (for UK) several ways (Patrick Sparks stays as walk-on, 5/8 rule gets abolished, Brandon Stockton gives up his, or Morris takes an academic scholarship). It's not as much of an issue as some make it up to be.Originally posted by <b>BrYaNBaIlEy06</b>!
^^ Ok, thas what I needed to know.
Since ya'll do have scholarships available, then ya'll have a 50% chance of getting him(GT bein' the other 50). Good luck!!