Kentucky lost Devin Booker and the Harrison twins to the NBA Draft, but has once again reloaded on the perimeter with Jamal Murray and Isaiah Briscoe joining sophomore point guard Tyler Ulis.
Briscoe, rated No. 10 overall in the Class of 2015 by Rivals, took to Twitter on Friday night to show off the transformation to his body since arriving in Lexington. The Kentucky freshman guard included shoutout to strength coach, Rob Harris, in his tweet.
Briscoe didn’t list his current weight, but a tweet posted on Aug. 4 stated he was 205 pounds. The 6-foot-3 committed to Kentucky as one of the best playmakers in in the Class of 2015.
This is another promising sign for a Kentucky that has to replace the production of seven players who bolted for the NBA. Murray, a late addition to the class, shined in July during the Pan-Am Games, including a 22-point and six-assist performance against the United States in the semifinals.
The Wildcats begin the 2015-16 season on Nov. 13 against Albany.