Found June 12, 2013 on College Spun:
Denzel Ware, who just recommitted to the University of Kentucky on Sunday after a lengthy recruiting process, tweeted out a picture today of Louisville wide receivers coach Ron Dugans attempting to sway his mind via Facebook.  Check it out: Ware, clearly annoyed with Louisville’s attempt to poach him, followed it up with the below tweet: Turned down Louisville today CANT NO SCHOOL CHANGE MY MIND #BBN LETS GO — Denzie (@9Otl) June 12, 2013 Judging by his reaction to Louisville’s persistent recruitment, it appears Ware could finally be content with his collegiate selection. Kentucky, which has always been a basketball-first school, may finally be putting together a decent football roster. The Cats are currently listed fifth in Rivals’ 2014 class rankings. [Kentucky Sports Radio]

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