Kentucky, Pope land ex-Oklahoma guard Oweh

  • Jeff Borzello, ESPN

    • Staff WriterApr 27, 2024, 03:22 PM ET Close Basketball recruiting expert.
    • Joined ESPN in 2014.
    • Graduate of University of Delaware.Former Oklahoma guard Otega Oweh announced his dedication to Kentucky on Saturday, offering Mark Pope and the Wildcats a transfer addition for the second straight day.Oweh took a see to Kentucky’s campus this weekend,

    sealing his decision to choose the Wildcats.An ESPN 100 possibility in the 2022 class, Oweh took pleasure in a breakout season as a sophomore for the Sooners. His scoring leapt from 4.8 indicate 11.4 points and his 3-point shooting enhanced from 25.0 %to 37.7 %while beginning 28 games for an Oklahoma group that won 20 games.Editor’s Picks 1 Associated Oweh was at his best during the very first half of the season, scoring in double figures in 17 of his first

20 games–

consisting of 23 points in a loss to North Carolina and two more 20-point efforts in wins over Mississippi Valley State and Arkansas-Pine Bluff.Pope, who replaced John Calipari at Kentucky this month, now has 5 players on his 2024-25 roster. San Diego State transfer Lamont Butler devoted to the Wildcats on Friday.Butler was a two-time Mountain West Defensive Gamer of the Year and is possibly best known for striking the game-winning shot at the buzzer against Florida Atlantic in the 2023

Last Four.Oweh and Butler sign up with top-100 freshman guards Travis Perry, who picked Kentucky under Calipari, and Collin Chandler, who had actually dedicated to BYU in the 2022 class before taking a two-year mission and after that following

Pope to Kentucky. Drexel transfer Amari Williams devoted to the Wildcats last weekend.Other Kentucky targets from the portal consist of Wake Forest transfer Andrew Carr and Saint Mary’s transfer Aidan Mahaney, both of whom are on campus this weekend.

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