On the heels of Kentucky sophomore guard Quade Green announcing that he is leaving the program, many have speculated as to where he’ll end up next. If his latest visit is any indication, it could be to the reigning NCAA champions.
On Friday, Green was spotted at Villanova, home to the 2017-18 NCAA Champion Wildcats.
He’s not likely to meet too many members of the Villanova coaching staff today though as the team is over at Kansas for a game against the Jayhawks.
Green has not started a game this season after starting 13 games last year.
He has averaged 17.8 minutes per game, 7.8 points per game, and 2.3 assists per game in nine games played.
Villanova’s at Kansas, but Quade Green’s at Villanova 👀👀 pic.twitter.com/lZuVbkoBpR
— Dan Lyons (@Dan_Lyons76) December 14, 2018
Kentucky head coach John Calipari found no problems finding suitable replacements for Green before the start of the season.
Freshman PGs Immanuel Quickley and Ashton Hagans came in as five-star recruits and quickly established themselves as stars for Calipari’s team.