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Top recruit D.J. Wagner says playing with his brother played a ‘big part’ in picking Kentucky


More than two years ago, Kentucky coach John Calipari added Kareem Watkins as a walk-on to his basketball team. Watkins, listed at 5-foot-8 and 175 pounds, just happened to be the stepson of Dajuan Wagner, the former Camden High School great who played for Calipari at Memphis, and the stepbrother of , the No. 1 recruit in the Class of 2023. (Zag's Blog)

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Top recruit D.J. Wagner says playing with his brother played a ‘big part’ in picking Kentucky


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