Kentucky Wildcats Commit Dakari Johnson Rightfully Chosen As Best Center in SEC by 24/7 Sports
Recently saw the tweet below and Dakari Johnson was chosen as the best center in the SEC by 24/7 Sports; you will notice below that all five names are Kentucky Wildcats. That is not a misprint.
247Sports 2013 Class SEC Best By Position: PG- Andrew Harrison, SG- Aaron Harrison, SF- James Young, PF- Julius Randle, C- Dakari Johnson.
— Chip Miller (@UKBIGBLUENATION) July 1, 2013
I saw Johnson play at NHSI and he was voted the Most Outstanding Player; he also vowed after winning the high school national championship that he would win a championship in college as well. We will just have to see how that plays out.
— James Lairson (@Maddog696969) June 30, 2013
Johnson is a talented young player and he will most likely not even be a starter for the Wildcats next season which is remarkable. He will have quite an impact off the bench that is for sure.
@nosidam__ I'll give ya reasons to smile. Julius Randle, Harrison Twins, Dakari Johnson, Marcus Lee, James Young, WCS & Poythress back.
— Slickity Slacker (@slackslick) July 1, 2013
He will prove himself as the best next year; his play in person was impressive and he is about to be discovered by the rest of the world.
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