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John Beilein and Bacari Alexander were both in attendance for Devin Booker’s open gym on Wednesday evening but they weren’t the only ones. John Calipari and a “full house” of coaches from Kentucky were also in attendance.
Booker is considered a Kentucky lean by most but still plans to take his Michigan and Missouri visits in October. Recent Wildcat pledge Tyler Ulis is continuing to pressure Booker to join him in Lexington.
“We actually talk about it a lot,” Ulis said. “He’s still going to take some visits though, because he wants to see what he wants to do. He’s not really sure yet. But we’ve actually talked a lot. We talk almost every day now.
“I’m trying to get him to come with me. He just said, ‘I don’t know yet.’”
Michigan will have its shot to win Booker back with an official visit in two weeks but the Wolverines defintiely appear to be playing catch up at this point in time after once being the out-and-out leaders for Booker’s services..
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