KSR Chats with Stacey Poole

Kentucky is only expecting to receive one National Letter of Intent today. That LOI is from Florida swingman Stacey Poole who committed to Kentucky back in September. KSR spoke with Poole about signing day and the future.

Kentucky is only expecting to receive one National Letter of Intent today. That LOI is from Florida swingman Stacey Poole who committed to Kentucky back in September. KSR spoke with Poole about signing day and the future.

Providence High School (Fl.) standout Stacey Poole will sign his Letter of Intent today to attend Kentucky. For Stacey, it's a great day. "It feels good," said Poole. "I know what I'm getting into. I'm just ready. My parents are happy for me. It's a good moment and I'm ready to get up there," Poole finished.

But before Poole makes his way to Lexington, he's got some unfinished business in Florida. "I want to win a state championship," said Poole. "We have a good team this year. I want to do anything it takes to win. I've already had it all. Now I just want to get a ring. That's about it," Poole said.

Poole hasn't had a chance to see the Wildcats live this season, but he has caught highlights and replays online. "Everytime they play my coach has us practicing," said Poole. "I had a chance to see them online, though. Coach (Calipari) and the players will tell me about it too," said Poole.

Not unlike most Wildcat fans, Poole has high hopes for his future school. "I believe they can go all the way and win the national title. They've got John Wall, Demarcus Cousins, (Eric) Bledsoe, (Patrick) Patterson and (Darnell Dodson). They have the potential to dominate teams. I think they are going to win," said Poole.

Poole is a four-star prospect according to Scout.com.


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