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John Calipari's youth movement appeals to prospects such as Troy Williams


There's no denying that Kentucky's national championship Monday night, and the way coach John Calipari constructed the Wildcats' roster, change college basketball and challenge those who aspire to stand amid the confetti and star in "One Shining Moment." Bank on Calipari continuing to court uncommitted 2012 prospects Nerlens Noel and Shabazz Muhammad, both of whom are scheduled to announce April 11. And bet on him rolling into Hampton later this month for Boo Williams' annual spring tournament, where he'll resume pursuing 2013 small forward Troy Williams of Phoebus High. (Daily Press)


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