Kentucky Basketball: Predicting 2014-15 Rotation After Trey Lyles Commitment

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Kentucky Basketball: Predicting 2014-15 Rotation After Trey Lyles Commitment
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Kentucky landed another five-star recruit on Tuesday—power forward Trey Lyles—leading us to start wondering whether the Wildcats could win back-to-back National Championships.

Lyles joins Devin Booker and Karl Towns Jr. on the list of five-star recruits that have already committed to joining Kentucky for the 2014-15 season. UK also has four-star point guard, Tyler Ulis, joining the squad next year.

With more than half of the 2013-14 roster either graduating or expected to depart for the NBA, John Calipari is proactively combating the likely attrition—as he seems to do every year.

So what exactly does it look like when a team has the top recruiting class in consecutive seasons?

Here's the early educated guess on what the rotation will be when Kentucky tips off the 2014-15 season.

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