Kentucky #2 in ESPN Way-Too-Early College Basketball Rankings



June 12, 2019 - The Kentucky Wildcats are ranked second in ESPN's latest Way-Too-Early college basketball rankings. Columnist Jeff Borzello had this to say about the Wildcats...

"Kentucky is bidding farewell to four starters, with PJ Washington, Keldon Johnson and Tyler Herro all leaving early for the NBA and Reid Travis graduating -- but the Wildcats received huge news near the NBA draft deadline, when EJ Montgomery and Nick Richards decided to return to Lexington. With those two providing depth up front, John Calipari has plenty of depth and options throughout his roster. Ashton Hagans is an elite defensive guard; five-stars Tyrese Maxey and Kahlil Whitney will push for starting jobs; and Bucknell graduate transfer Nate Sestina and late signee Johnny Juzang bring shooting."

Michigan State was ranked #1 and Louisville was #5. Only two other SEC teams were ranked - Florida at #18 and LSU at #24.

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