Terez Traynor had a good offseason where his basketball highlights, which showed his athleticism, and a good performance at the Under Armour All-America Camp in Cincinnati gave him a momentum boost going into summer.
At Kentucky's camp on Sunday, Traynor again impressed with his size, leaping ability and ball skills. The Wildcats made him an offer following that camp and now overtake the lead in his recruitment over Cincinnati, Purdue and others.
"They are definitely first," Traynor said, "[The offer] meant a lot. I was at a loss for words."
Part of why he likes Kentucky so much is the way the staff worked with him at camp.
"It was good, just them not getting on me for the good things, but the things I need to work on," he said.
At this time, Traynor said he is "most likely" camping at Western Kentucky as well but has no other summer camps planned.