What happens in Kentucky's offseason is still up in the air as NBA general managers and Wildcat fans are all waiting the news on who declares for the NBA.
The only players we know for sure who aren't coming back to Lexington are graduating seniors Jarrod Polson and Jon Hood. It wouldn't be a surprise to see Julius Randle and James Young declare for the NBA, but nothing has been announced just yet.
Not that it's a surprise anymore, but Kentucky head coach John Calipari is bringing in a stellar recruiting class with four McDonald's All-Americans in Tyler Ulis, Trey Lyles, Karl Towns and Devin Booker. So, with what we know so far this offseason, what can we expect heading into the 2014-15 season?
This slideshow will take a look at some of the biggest changes facing the Wildcats this offseason. There will be new players, a possible offensive and defensive switch in philosophy and, for the first time under Calipari, an injury concern. Let's take a look at how the team will be made over the summer.