By Michael O'Brien

DeAndre Liggins visits Kentucky and Mike Dunigan dominates in Charlottesville

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Is Liggins leaning towards the Wildcats...

The Kentucky media seems to think he is.

The visit certainly went well.

"It was cool; I liked it," Liggins told the Cincinnati Post. "I got along with the players, they've got good personalities. "I liked all of the coaches and what they told me about how they teach game and how they could make me better."

Around the city, Liggins has been considered a lock for Memphis for at least month. That hasn't changed.

Meanwhile, Farragut center Michael Dunigan was dominant at the NBA camp in Virginia over the weekend. According to reports from multiple sources, he was the best big man at the camp. The performance could move Dunigan to the top of the 2008 class. He always had the potential, perhaps he's starting to reach it.

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I guess you were DEAD WRONG since Liggins commited to UK yesterday...lol

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