Jim Calhoun Is Retiring. How does That Impact Nebraska's Recruitment Of Akoy Agau?

You may have heard by now that legendary University of Connecticut men's basketball coach, Jim Calhoun is retiring. That's not really significant news in Nebraska except for the little detail that the most hyped basketball recruit to come through this state in recent memory had long been linked to them. Those links appear to be gone, or at least fading fast.

What we do know about Agau's recruitment is that he has officially set up his first official visit to the University of Louisville. He'll be there this weekend. According to this story, he'll also be taking officials to Georgetown and three of Baylor, Mississippi State, Memphis and West Virginia. Notice Nebraska is not on that list. He will not be making an official visit to Nebraska. Don't take that to mean he won't be visiting. He will and has. But since he lives so close to the Cornhusker campus, that's a trip he can afford to make as often as he pleases. That's not necessarilly the case with the other schools.

So, to recap: Connecticut no longer appears to be in the picture. Georgetown is the clear front-runner at this point. The rest fall in somewhere behind that. Where, is anybody's guess.

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