Kentucky Basketball: Each Projected Starter's Top Priority in 2014-15

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Kentucky Basketball: Each Projected Starter's Top Priority in 2014-15
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Kentucky basketball will have a new look for the first time in the five-plus years that head coach John Calipari has been in Lexington. A ton of players are returning following a successful season.

The Wildcats return three starters in Andrew Harrison, Aaron Harrison and Dakari Johnson while also returning three key players off the bench, with Willie Cauley-Stein, Marcus Lee and Alex Poythress all deciding to return for another season. While that may seem like a different look for Kentucky, something hasn't changed.

Calipari has brought in another loaded recruiting class, which includes Tyler Ulis, Trey Lyles, Karl Towns and Devin Booker, who were all McDonald's All-Americans.

To say there's a wealth of talent in Lexington this season is a vast understatement. In fact, trying to predict the starting lineup to begin the season is difficult enough, let alone trying to guess the entire rotation.

Nevertheless, that's what this slideshow will attempt to do. We'll take a look at the projected starters and determine how their roles will help Kentucky get back to the national championship game. 

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