After a run to the national title game in March, Kentucky basketball fans have been itching to see what the 2014-15 version will look like. Spoiler alert: The Wildcats will be tall, good and have plenty of new faces.
With nine McDonald's All-Americans and Willie Cauley-Stein fighting for a spot in the starting five and for playing time in general, the biggest thing that sticks out is that each player brings something different to the table. Whether it's bringing an outside threat, finishing at the hoop or protecting the rim, each player on the roster has a specialty.
This slideshow will take a look at what the projected starting five can do to make Kentucky a success in 2014-15.
Since it hasn't been announced which players will fill those spots yet, we'll use the projections I've given so far this offseason: Andrew Harrison, Aaron Harrison, Alex Poythress, Karl-Anthony Towns and Dakari Johnson.