Kentucky Basketball: 6 Recruits Coach Calipari Must Shift His Attention to

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Kentucky Basketball: 6 Recruits Coach Calipari Must Shift His Attention to
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John Calipari communicates with his team during a March 25th NCAAA Tournament game against Baylor

An eighth NCAA Tournament title for the University of Kentucky helped secure yet another top recruiting class for 2012. However, with the current squad set, it is time for Coach Calipari to shift his attention toward 2013. 

Jabari Parker continues to move out of Lexington's picture, and the Harrison twins are set to make their decision this Thursday according to a tweet from Jeff Ermann of insidemdsports

So with just more than a month until the college basketball season kicks off, a handful of other premier high school players continue to ponder if Lexington is the right fit for them. 

Calipari's recruiting skills are second to none. His ability to attract NBA-ready players to Kentucky has made the Wildcats a national championship contender since his arrival in 2009. 

No. 1 overall prospects such as Brandon Knight and Anthony Davis can attest to that fact, and the first round of the 2012 draft exemplified Calipari's ability to recruit and fashion NBA talent. 

As two of the country's top ten prospects, Andrew and Aaron Harrison would be a huge addition to Kentucky's 2013 class without question. 

But will their decision make or break Calipari's product? 

Here are six other players that should attract much of his attention in the coming months.

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