Euton, Miller, Vilarino Looking Elsewhere

It hasn't taken new UK coach John Calipari long to shake things up on the Wildcat recruiting front.

Dakotah Euton's father, Clay Euton, informed WKYT's Brandon Fisher that his son has re-opened the recruiting process. Clay Euton went on to say they haven't talked with Coach Calipari, but felt Dakotah wouldn't fit into his system.

Already, signee G.J. Vilarino has asked for a release from his letter of intent. Vilarino's father, Gerry, told WKYT's Rob Bromley, that he expects UK to approve the release on Thursday.

"He's (G.J.) really disapointed. He's been committed to this program for two years. We really agreed to do it this way because we thought it made sense for them and G.J," Gerry Vilarino said.

K.C. Ross-Miller, a 6-foot-2 point guard out of DeSoto (Texas) God's Academy, says he will re-open his recruitment. Miller was a 2010 committment.

Texas junior college guard Konner Tucker, who committed to Billy Gillispie several weeks ago, says he, too, will look elsewhere.

I'm just really not interested in Kentucky anymore or playing for coach Calipari," Tucker told the Louisville Courier-Journal, whose father was born in Danville and is a former head coach at North Laurel High School. "I'm just trying to find the right fit for me. I'm moving on."

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