Isaiah Todd is one of the top recruits in the class of 2020, but he may not stay that way.
The five-star power forward is mulling a reclassification to the 2019 class.
That is particularly big news for the Kentucky Wildcats, who have had a tough go of it in this cycle thus far.
John Calipari's staff has a trio of blue-chip players committed for the class, with guard Tyrese Maxey and wings Dontaie Allen and Kahlil Whitney.
The 'Cats haven't landed a big man yet, however.
They whiffed on Isaiah Stewart, who chose Washington over UK and a host of other big programs. Kentucky is also not favored to land forwards Keion Brooks, Matthew Hurt, or Jaden McDaniels, Rivals' Evan Daniels told the Lexington Herald-Leaderrecently.
Kentucky basketball's best bet for a blue-chip big man in 2019 may be a player reclassifying, and Isaiah Todd could be an option.
Rivals' Corey Evans reports that Todd and his family are looking into the possibility of moving up a class. He also may be in Lexington for this weekend's big Kentucky game against Kansas.
Five-star forward Isaiah Todd made noise earlier this fall by transferring into Trinity Academy (North Carolina) for his junior season. However, sources have told Rivals.com that an even more drastic change could be coming as Todd and his family are investigating the proper avenues for a reclassification into the 2019 class and thus, a college enrollment this fall.
Todd has already taken visits to Maryland, Oklahoma State and UNC in recent months but there could be a new entrant in the sweepstakes for the talented forward. While plans are still being arranged, Todd could visit Kentucky this weekend as the Wildcats will host Kansas for what should be a tremendous environment for UK in potentially hosting the Baltimore native.
Maryland, Oklahoma State, and North Carolina are the schools that Todd has heard most from, but the potential reclassification could get Kentucky prominently involved.
Kansas has also been in on Todd. One expert in his very early crystal ball predictions have him ending up as a Jayhawk.
It is unclear how a potential reclassification would impact Kansas' recruitment, but Kentucky definitely seems more interested now.