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Wiltjer was expected to have a breakout season during his sophomore campaign, but much like Kentucky's season, it didn't go as expected. That's not to say Wiltjer didn't have a successful year, though.
Wiltjer was named the SEC's Sixth Man of the Year by averaging over 10 points per game and shooting over 42 percent from the field during the 2012-13 season. Sure, he didn't live up to the high expectations people had for him, but those aren't bad numbers by any means.
Not to mention that was with a roster that is nowhere near as talented as the one he will be playing with in 2013-14. His minutes will be down due to sharing the court with fellow McDonald's All-Americans Marcus Lee, Julius Randle and Dakari Johnson.
However, with better talent around him, defenses can't key in on Wiltjer's ability to shoot it from behind the arc. Opposing teams will have to respect the other players and will often leave Wiltjer to play one-on-one with his man, and that is something Kentucky coach John Calipari will take all of the time.
With his wide array of post moves and ability to shoot it from deep, expect Wiltjer to be a key contributor and scoring threat for the Wildcats.