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Kentucky has the No. 1 class -- again. National recruiting director Paul Biancardi joins ESPN's Phil Murphy to break down the Wildcats' class and several other of the nation's best.November 20, 2014
Isaiah Briscoe, the No. 13 overall recruit in the ESPN 100, commits to Kentucky over St. John's and UConn.November 13, 2014
Skal Labissiere, the No. 11 overall recruit in the ESPN 100, commits to Kentucky over Baylor, Georgetown, Memphis, North Carolina and Tennessee.November 13, 2014
Matt Schick interviews No. 9 overall senior Karl Towns Jr. immediately after the Kentucky commit learned he would participate in the 2014 McDonald's All American Game.January 30, 2014
Arsenal Tech (Indianapolis) power forward Trey Lyles, the No. 7 overall recruit in the ESPN 100, committed Tuesday to the Wildcats live on ESPNU. Lyles picked Kentucky over Louisville.November 05, 2013