No. 1 PG Boogie Fland requests release from Kentucky, reopens recruitment

Archbishop Stepinac (N.Y.) 4-star point guard has requested his release from his National Letter of Intent with Kentucky. He becomes the latest Wildcat signee to look elsewhere following the departure of Kentucky coach and now Arkansas skipper John Calipari. Fland is the No. 19 overall basketball recruit and No. 1 point guard in the 2024 class. (


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