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The three guards expected to see playing time this year for the Wildcats have never seen action in a college game. Now, the one benefit is the three players are all McDonald's All-Americans and top-10 recruits for the year.
Andrew Harrison, Aaron Harrison and James Young will be leaned on to provide the backcourt depth this year for Kentucky, and most of it will fall on Andrew Harrison.
As the only true point guard of the group, it will be up to Andrew to stay out of foul trouble and learn head coach John Calipari's dribble-drive offense quicker than the rest. Also, with the star-studded roster the Wildcats have, Harrison will have to distribute the ball evenly.
Many people will point to the fact that Kentucky returns Jarrod Polson, and sure, he was a nice story last year in the couple of games he produced; however, you don't want to see Polson on the court if you want a deep run in March. Polson was a walk-on for a reason, and that wasn't to be playing heavy minutes for Kentucky.