How Kentucky’s Kasey Hill helped his alma mater earn national attention

How Kentucky’s Kasey Hill helped his alma mater earn national attention

As the recruiting rankings and TV ratings have taken off, Kentucky has made strides to keep its head coach in the top tier of schools.

But when it comes to getting the attention of big-time programs like Alabama and Ohio State, the Wildcats have struggled to make it a priority.

With Hill, the top ranked basketball coach in his conference, the school has become one of the best at getting recruiting coverage.

But, according to ESPN, it was not a coincidence that Hill and his Wildcats were in town during the national championship game.

In fact, Hill has been working at Kentucky for a year and a half before the game.

When Kentucky won the national title in 2016, Hill was named the ACC Coach of the Year and a national player of the year.

It was his first head coaching job after winning a national title and taking over the Wildcats.

But it was only after the national tournament, which was also held in Lexington, that Hill received a call from the school.

As the national spotlight turned to Kentucky’s recruiting efforts, the program made headlines for not having enough scholarship players.

The lack of recruits is the big difference, according the Wildcats recruiting coordinator, Scott Hahn.

It’s not just that they don’t have the scholarships.

It shows that they’re trying. “

We’re just so proud of the team.

It shows that they’re trying.

They’re trying to do their best.

We just have to work harder and be more consistent and make sure that we’re recruiting the best players.”

When Hill took over, Kentucky had the fourth-highest enrollment in the country at 7,053.

But the team has dropped more than half of that number since his arrival.

The Wildcats have lost a total of 21 players since the season started.

That’s a drop of 8 percent.

That means the Wildcats lost about 15 players to transfers, and 14 players were cut.

Hahn said he is not concerned about recruiting because Kentucky has enough talent.

“There’s always going to be some people who say Kentucky has too many people, but we’ve always had a roster that we could count on,” he said.

When asked if he feels any pressure to win, Hill said he just wants to help his team and give them the best opportunity to do that.