Kentucky Basketball: 3 Burning Questions About Wildcats' 2015 Recruiting Plans

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Kentucky Basketball: 3 Burning Questions About Wildcats' 2015 Recruiting Plans
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Kentucky basketball has been the cream of the crop when it comes to recruiting over the last five years. Since head coach John Calipari took over the program, the Wildcats tend to finish top in the country in recruiting rankings and often draw some of the biggest names coming out of high school.

Despite the last two seasons being vastly different from what Calipari and Kentucky are used to, the recruiting effort has stayed the course. Two years ago, the Wildcats failed to make the NCAA tournament and lost in the first round of the NIT to Robert Morris. However, that didn't stop Kentucky from getting arguably the best recruiting class under Calipari. 

Last year, Kentucky struggled in the regular season but made a run to the national title game. Despite making the deep run and having a talented roster, only two players decided to leave early, with six players who were in the rotation deciding to return for another year. Again, another top-five recruiting class will be joining them in Lexington.

This slideshow will take a look at the burning questions that Big Blue Nation will have when it comes to Kentucky's 2015 recruiting plans. 

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