Tony Wroten Surprised By Kyle Wiltjer's Kentucky Commitment

We've written a lot recently about Portland high school standout Kyle Wiltjer's commitment to the University of Kentucky on Saturday and how it shouldn't have come as a surprise. We've also noted that Seattle's Tony Wroten is the biggest Northwest recruit left on the board and he has been linked to both Washington and Kentucky.

Monday morning, Wroten expressed some surprise on Twitter at Kentucky coach John Calipari's ability to land Wiltjer.

DANGGGGGGG. #KENTUCKY got another commit. smh. how many scholarships does calipari have? this is getting out of hand now. lolless than a minute ago via web

 

Wroten's light-hearted question is a good one.  As things stand now, will there be room for Wroten in Lexington? Calipari has already added four class of 2011 recruits: Wiltjer, Marquis Teague, Michael Gilchrist and Anthony Davis. Perhaps the Wiltjer commitment opens a door for the other schools on Wroten's list.

For all the latest updates on Washington Basketball, head over to SB Nation's UW Dawg Pound.

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