I expect that CJ will be a solid contributor to a good Kentucky team next year, maybe even a starter. This situation is similar to Isaiah Moss going to Kansas in some ways. They both seemed to want a change of scenery and were presented with an amazing collegiate BB opportunity. So, in the last couple years we have had two unheralded recruits come into the program, develop into very good players, and ultimately transfer out to two of the bluest of blue blood programs in the country. Programs that can get just about anyone they want. While the transfer part is concerning, in today's age, kids transfer and do what's best for themselves. Iowa is certainly not unique in experiencing this. My positive spin is that it once again shows that Fran is excellent at identifying talent that other coach's do not see, and developing that talent within his program. That, to me, is why Fran has had such a long and stable career. He obviously has not taken the final step by taking that talent deep into the tourney, but his credentials for developing talent and building a CLEAN, winning culture are pretty solid.