Kentucky basketball has been full of big names recently with the likes of John Wall, Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins roaming the court in Lexington. However, before those great players, Kentucky was a dynasty in the 1990s.
While their uniform taste was questionable at best (denim-colored uniforms?), the Wildcats were often a favorite for a national title.
So in the spirit of throwing it back, let's take a look at the five best Kentucky players from the 1990s. We'll rank the players based on statistical output, awards earned and success in the NCAA tournament.
In order to qualify, we will be looking at people who played only in the 1990s.