Kentucky awaiting signed paperwork from recruits

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky has received verbal commitments from what is considered to be one of its best recruiting classes ever.

The Wildcats are just waiting for them to put them in writing.

Six-foot-5 twins Aaron and Andrew Harrison of Richmond, Texas, 6-6 James Young of Rochester, Minn., 6-9 Marcus Lee of Antioch, Calif., and 6-9 Derek Willis of Mt. Washington, Ky., have said they would attend Kentucky. But none had signed letters of intent on Wednesday, the first day of the early signing period that ends on Nov. 21.

Aaron Harrison indicated that he and his brother will wait until the late signing period in April before committing to ensure the Wildcats' coaching staff would remain in place.

Kentucky spokesman DeWayne Peevy says the school will announce signings when letters are received.

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