Julius Randle’s decision to commit to Kentucky over offers from Kansas, Florida and Texas was a special one for the Wildcats. The move takes Kentucky’s No. 1-ranked 2013 class and elevates it to the best recruiting class of all time, at least on paper. There is no debating the talent level of this group. Now the question is how quickly the team develops its chemistry and which current players will return to support its newcomers.
Kentucky current seven-man class boasts with six players ranked in the top 20 and four in the top 10, which begs the question, why would Randle join a team with a deep group of All-Americans already in place?