All four of John Calipari’s five-star commits from the class of 2022 signed their National Letters of Intent to Kentucky on Wednesday.
Skyy Clark got the early signing period rolling as the first Wildcat to put pen to paper. Chris Livingston and Shaedon Sharpe followed not far behind him before Cason Wallace finished off the signings on Wednesday afternoon. John Calipari’s No. 1 ranked recruiting class is now officially all Wildcats.
“Cason Wallace is a winner & competitor who reminds me of (Eric Bledsoe) & (Shai Gilgeous-Alexander),” John Calipari wrote on Twitter. “(Cason Wallace) has a quiet demeanor (with a) game that speaks loudly. He can shoot it & create for his teammates but what separates him is his defense. He takes a lot of pride in it. Welcome to #LaFamilia!”
Wallace, a five-star combo guard out of Texas, held his signing ceremony inside of his Richardson High School gym. He signed his NLI alongside Richardson teammate and four-star Alabama commit Rylan Griffen.
It was a fast process for Wallace, who committed to Kentucky on Sunday and signed on Wednesday. With his addition, Kentucky’s backcourt of the future is locked and loaded. Sharpe, Livingston, and Clark are all five-stars who can play the guard position, and Wallace might be the best defender of them all.
Now let’s go get another batch of five-star prospects for the class of 2023.