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All-American Fland becomes 4th player to decommit from Kentucky

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Five-star guard and McDonald's All-American Boogie Fland became the fourth Kentucky signee to depart the program, according to ON3's Hunter Shelton.

The decision comes days after John Calipari left the Wildcats to take the head coaching job at Arkansas. Calipari was swiftly replaced by BYU bench boss and former Kentucky big man Mark Pope.

Fland joins fellow five-star Jayden Quaintance and four-stars Karter Knox and Somto Cyril as former Kentucky players on the open market.

Kentucky still has commitments from incoming freshmen Travis Perry and Billy Richmond.

Along with the two high school prospects, the Wildcats have just five scholarship players currently on their roster, with at least three widely expected to enter the NBA draft.

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