Another year, another No. 1 recruiting class for John Calipari and the Kentucky Wildcats. Despite the class of 2012 failing on living up to expectations, or even making the NCAA tournament, don't think Calipari will change his style of recruiting.
In fact, the class of 2013 might be the most important recruiting class in Calipari's tenure at Kentucky. With six McDonald's All-Americans coming into Lexington next year, it will be a testament to both Calipari's coaching ability and recruiting theory if the Wildcats are able to succeed.
Not only will Calipari have to mesh these six players, he will have to throw in two former McDonald's All-Americans in junior Kyle Wiltjer and sophomore Alex Poythress and returning starting center Willie Cauley-Stein.
So, with all this talent coming to Kentucky, what will their individual seasons look like? I know Derek Willis and Dominique Hawkins are also on their way to Kentucky, but this will take a look at the big six recruits coming in.
Let's take an early look at what to expect from each player.