What a time to be a Kentucky fan. Ranging from exhilarating scrimmages to never-ending recruiting news, things have been action packed lately. This Sunday is no slouch, in comparison. Let’s keep the good times rolling with another day of wildly exciting Wildcat events.
Meet the volleyball team
If you were missing some good old-fashioned Kentucky success, await no longer. Today, the Kentucky Volleyball team will be having their “Fan Day” inside of Memorial Coliseum starting at 1:30 p.m. Hear about the event from Coach Skinner himself.
LISTEN TO @UKCoachSkinner ??
— BBN Tonight (@BBNTonight) August 14, 2021
Not only will fans get to meet the team, consisting of numerous members of the 2020-2021 National Championship team, but they will also get to watch the squad play. See the full schedule for Fan Day below!
?? 2021 Fan Day ??
? Sunday, Aug. 15
? Doors open – 12:30pm ET
? Event starts – 1:30 p.m. ET
— Kentucky Volleyball (@KentuckyVB) August 10, 2021
From photo opportunities to autograph signings, Fan Day is the perfect opportunity to get to know this year’s group. If BBN is as lucky as last year, they may just be meeting future champions.
Tomiwa Durojaiye’s big day
The wait is over! After initially planning to announce his commitment on Saturday, Durojaiye will be declaring his commitment today. Hopefully, just another day for him to think about how good he will look in blue and white.
While Kentucky is undoubtedly a serious option for the class of 2022 defensive line prospect, they aren’t alone in the pursuit of Durojaiye. The 6-foot-4, 255-pound star has narrowed his list of colleges to South Carolina, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, and, of course, the Kentucky Wildcats.
Durojaiye visited each of these options but finished with his tour of Kentucky’s facilities. Here’s to hoping Durojaiye was saving the best for last.
Watch Wildcats in the NBA Summer League
Kentucky Basketball may be just around the corner, but why wait? Get your much-needed fix of Wildcat basketball by tuning into NBA Summer League games to watch some former ‘Cats.
You can watch recent Wildcats such as Tyrese Maxey (Philadelphia 76ers) and B.J. Boston ( Los Angeles Clippers) tear up the court or reflect on the old days while watching guys like Skal Labissiére (San Antonio Spurs) and Mychal Mulder (Golden State Warriors). No matter your choice, you’re bound to see some exciting hoops.
Don’t believe me? Check out some of these Wildcats’ NBA Summer League highlights.
It’s been too easy for Tyrese Maxey pic.twitter.com/sH1KnrOeBd
— NBA Summer League (@NBASummerLeague) August 13, 2021
Immanuel Quickley SHOWED OUT today in the Knicks first summer league win ?
— Overtime (@overtime) August 9, 2021
Brandon Boston, that is NASTY.
He has looked well beyond his years during the Summer League.
— Joey Linn (@joeylinn_) August 14, 2021
I mean… Come on. Make sure to catch a few ‘Cats repping for Kentucky on Sunday night.
Obviously, there will be more than enough ‘Cats content to keep even the most die-hard fan busy today. Let’s all keep our fingers crossed for a good Sunday and more importantly, another Yahtzee.