Inside the Wilderness: Cats eye Atlanta '06 SF

The Wildcats have had serious success in Georgia of late; scoring guard Gerald Fitch and most recently Randolph Morris from the Peach State. With Josh Carrier leaving, the Cats will need a formidable replacement in 2006. <br><br> 6-foot-5 Dunwood (GA) High forward Anjuan Wilderness is a name that continues to surface as Kentucky's best choice for the future at the position. Here's the latest.

Atlanta junior small forward An'juan Wilderness has been playing with the Atlanta Celtics all summer, as well as leading Dunwoody High School to the And1 High School Basketball Championship. He's been playing both forward spots this summer, but where will he play in the future? "I like it better (on the outside)," Wilderness said. Talking about playing the small forward or power forward spot, throwing out a quick ‘no' when asked if he feels he can play in the post at the college level. "I like it better up top, because I can see more. If I have a little man on me, I can take him down low and take advantage."

The 6'5 Wilderness has a solid handle, and good quickness, and has also been playing small forward for the 16 and under Celtics.

Wilderness named four schools, Florida, Kentucky, Louisville, and Texas, with none of the four having offered as of yet, and also a leader for his services.

When asked of a leader, "Florida-because I've been up there more," said Wilderness.

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