John Calipari and the Kentucky Wildcats have another impressive recruiting class coming in. This time though the Wildcats will also have several players back to add experience.
Since Calipari has come to Kentucky they have always had a top five recruiting class and 2014 is no different. Let’s take a look at how Kentucky’s incoming class compares to the rest of the country.
Class ranked 2nd in the nation with three 5-stars and one 4-star.
Karl Towns ranked 7th in the class, third-best center.
Trey Lyles ranked 10th in the class, second-best PF.
Devin Booker ranked 21st in the class, seventh-best SG.
Tyler Ulis ranked 22nd in class, third-best PG.
Karl Towns ranked 5th in the class, second-best center.
Trey Lyles ranked 13th in the class, sixth-best forward.
Tyler Ulis ranked 21st in the class, eighth-best guard.
Devin Booker ranked 29th in the class, 13th-best guard.
Class ranked 2nd with two 5-stars and two 4-stars.
Trey Lyles considered the best power forward in class.
Karl Towns ranked fourth-best center.
Devin Booker ranked fifth-best shooting guard.
Tyler Ulis ranked sixth-best point guard.
Class ranked 2nd with four 5-stars.
Trey Lyles ranked 6th in class, second-best PF.
Karl Towns ranked 9th in class, third-best center.
Devin Booker ranked 18th in class, third-best SG.
Tyler Ulis ranked 25th in class, fourth-best PG.
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