The ESPN reporter tweeted a not-so-subtle quote today.
Western Kentucky's men's basketball program has one of the best recruiting classes in the country.
Seriously, it does.
WKU currently has the No. 8 class in the country, led by five-star center Mitchell Robinson, the No. 8 recruit in the class. The Hilltoppers also have commitments from four-star guard Jordan Brangers, four-star guard Josh Anderson and two three-star guards.
It's a bit puzzling, to say the least.
Western Kentucky does have an elite recruiting head coach in Rick Stansbury, who previously led Mississippi State's program from 1998-2012, making six NCAA Tournaments.
Robinson credited his relationship with Stansbury as the reason why he committed to WKU.
At least one high-major coach thinks Stansbury might be doing a little more than developing good relationships with these recruits, though.
It's not very hard to read into what that head coach is implying.