Slice to leave Kentucky

Slice to leave Kentucky

Ricki Barkerover 6 years

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slice According to Evan Daniels of Scout.com, it looks like Kentucky will be in the hunt for another assistant coach. Daniels reported that Barry "Slice" Rohrssen is finalizing a deal to become an Assistant Coach at St. John's under newly hired Chris Mullin. Many have suggested that the move would make sense. Slice is from Brooklyn, attended Xaverian High in Brooklyn, and is good friends with St. John's head coach, Chris Mullin. Rohrrssen is credited with recruiting Roselle Catholic High School (Union, N.J.) point guard Isaiah Briscoe to UK. Daniels suggests that Tony Barbee will possibly take Slice's place and become a full-time assistant coach at Kentucky.    

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