The 2014-15 version of Kentucky basketball is filled with star power and a deep roster. Sure, the Wildcats lost an All-American in Julius Randle and a dynamic scorer in James Young, but they reload with four more McDonald's All-Americans joining the roster.
With a rotation that could go 10 deep, it will be a science for head coach John Calipari to find minutes for everyone deserving. With that, there could be a drop in all players' averages, whether it's fewer shot attempts or fewer minutes to pad rebounding numbers.
While the SEC isn't regarded as the best basketball conference in the country, there are plenty of players in the league this season who can compete for SEC Player of the Year honors. Don't be surprised if someone comes out of the blue to win that award like Kentavious Caldwell-Pope did from Georgia in 2013.
That player could come from Kentucky as well. This slideshow, though, will take a look at the Wildcats most likely to make the All-SEC team in 2014-15.