Class of 2013 center Dominic Woodson visited Kentucky for the first time last weekend. It’s looking more likely that it will be his last trip to Lexington as a UK recruit.
The Kentucky Kernel posted a story Thursday reporting that Woodson was no longer an option for UK. The Kernel story quoted Huntington Prep coach Rob Fulford as saying, “He won’t be going to Kentucky.”
Fulford told the Herald-Leader later in the day that Woodson had not cut UK from his list, but that time was running out on the Cats’ chances.
“(UK is) not totally out of the running but he’s signing early and (there’s) no offer yet,” Fulford said. “So, it becomes a timing issue for both.”
Woodson, along with sophomore teammate Montaque Gill-Casear, visited Lexington last week and were shown around by UK freshmen Nerlens Noel. By all accounts, Woodson enjoyed the visit. But UK did not offer a scholarship during or afterward.
John Calipari was scheduled to see Woodson work out in Huntington the following day. But the UK coach postponed that visit after learning that Huntington Prep star Andrew Wiggins would not be in attendance.
Fulford told the Herald-Leader that Calipari had not rescheduled the trip as of Thursday afternoon.
Woodson’s list also includes N.C. State, Baylor, Texas A&M, UConn, Memphis, Tennessee, Cincinnati, Rhode Island and Oklahoma.