Other Kentucky targets that haven't finalized a date for a visit yet or are unsure if they will take an official visit includes Cliff Alexander, Trey Lyles, James Blackmon Jr., Rashad Vaughn and Kelly Oubre.
Alexander has said before that he is unsure if he will take an official visit to Kentucky, however, he has already taken an unofficial visit. Alexander was a guest at last year's Big Blue Madness and has said he will use his fifth official visit on either Kentucky or Florida. He is scheduled to visit Kansas, Arizona, Memphis and Louisville.
Oubre received a scholarship offer from Kentucky following July's Peach Jam, but has not set a date for his visit yet. It is likely he ends up visiting during Big Blue Madness, but it's not set in stone. Oubre is from Texas and a prolific scorer, who will play his senior year at Findlay Prep with fellow UK recruits Rashad Vaugn and Craig Victor.
Vaughn is another player who has said he plans on visiting Kentucky and is considering coming on October 18, but it's not official. Vaughn is a 6'6" wing player, who has range once he steps in the gym. He has yet to make cuts to his list and is still considering 10 other schools besides Kentucky, including North Carolina.
Lyles is a former Indiana commit who is currently being heavily recruited by Kentucky and Louisville. Lyles had already visited Kentucky for the 2012 Big Blue Madness and last year's Kentucky-Florida game. Lyles is a 6'9" power forward who has the tools to take his defender off the dribble and also finish at the rim with power. He is considering another visit to Big Blue Madness.
Blackmon Jr. might be the sixth recruit to be at Rupp Arena on October 18 to take in Big Blue Madness. He is the son of former Kentucky player James Blackmon, who originally committed to Indiana his freshman year of high school. He recently decided to open his recruitment back up and is wildly regarded as one of the best shooters in the class.