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Friday Afternoon Headlines

1. Kentucky and Auburn are both on the list of schools basketball prospect Tony Woods is considering.

2. Like most teams in the SEC, Kentucky has made it a priority to recruit the state of Georgia.

3. A report has Kentucky leading for Memphis, Tenn., quarterback Will Gross.

4. The Wildcats missed out on a South Carolina defensive back. He chose Louisville.

5. Here’s a look at how several Florida commits and targets performed at The Opening in Oregon last week.

6. Corey Long of has several recruiting notes around the SEC and country.

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Harrow – Not Woods – Transferring To UK

For the past month there has been much speculation that former Wake Forest big man Tony Woods will transfer to Kentucky.  Well, John Calipari has landed a transfer, but it’s not the controversial Woods.

Former NC State guard Ryan Harrow will join the Wildcats after sitting out the 2011-12 season.  Harrow averaged 9.3 points and 3.3 assists for the Wolfpack last year.

“Ryan has tremendous ball-handling skills and offensive awareness and is a great addition to our team,” Calipari tweeted yesterday.  “He’s a great student of the game as well as in the classroom.  He’ll have a year to grow in our system and should be ready to be a major contributor in 2012-13.”

It appears that Woods — who carries the baggage of an assault arrest — is likely to land at Texas, not Kentucky.

We can debate which player would have been the better “get” for the Cats, but there’s no argument over which player is less controversial.  And that’s the guy Calipari has already landed.

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SEC Headlines – 5/19/11

1.  Florida basketballer Scottie Wilbekin will tour Macedonia and Kosovo this summer as a member of the Athletes in Action team.

2.  Kentucky lost out on Trevor Lacey, but at least one report has the Cats landing ex-Wake Forest big man Tony Woods (and all the bad pub that will come with his signing).

3.  This writer says signee Trevor Lacey shouldn’t be made into the savior of Alabama basketball.

4.  Crimson Tide officials say they lost about $400,000 on this year’s Capital One Bowl trip.

5.  Bama’s Trent Richardson and South Carolina’s Marcus Lattimore are workout warriors.  (They ain’t too bad on the field, either.)

6.  Mississippi State announced today that it’s one step closer to expanding Davis-Wade Stadium.

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