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Scouting DJ Wagner and his fit at Kentucky


is a proven and versatile scorer, with numerous weapons at his disposal. He’s also an elite competitor who plays hard, has a way of raising the level of those around him, and doesn’t get enough credit for bringing a similar attacking mindset to the defensive end of the floor. He is a legitimate threat to create his own shot at all three-levels. (247 Sports)

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Scouting DJ Wagner and his fit at Kentucky


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