Pressey’s incredible vision is a big reason why the All-SEC point guard ended his career as one of the top passing artists in Missouri history.
Another of the Wildcats' unsung heroes in their 2012 championship year, Miller (#1 pictured) provided a veteran presence on a team full of young superstars.
Lamb (#20 pictured) was one of Kentucky’s unsung heroes to many, but his contributions often came in crunch time for the Wildcats during their national championship run.
The multi-talented Teague found a way to put up decent numbers in his only season in the Bluegrass state. Did he do enough to etch himself a spot in this year’s first round?
Beal was the 14th McDonald's All-American signed during Billy Donovan's tenure at Florida. Could he go higher in the NBA Draft than the rest?
He started the season off as Kentucky's best player before the start of the new year and faded some down the stretch. Regardless, Kidd-Gilchrist locked up Top Five status in the 2012 NBA Draft after just one season removed from historic St. Patrick's HS (NJ).
Jones, the 2010-11 SEC Freshman of the Year, may have even outpaced his own expectations in Year One. He has an NBA skill set and, while he remains a work in progress, he could become a versatile pro.
One of the most unique players to enter the NBA in years, Kentucky’s Anthony Davis is a rare combination of speed, athleticism and skill.
He’s got the hops and athleticism, but does he have the game? NBA scouts have to intrigued by the Volunteer early entry.
Harris is a natural scorer who burst onto the SEC scene with a vengeance in his first year in Knoxville. Not only is he skilled around the basket, he’s able to guard more than one position on the basketball court.