By Gary Parrish
Would it be wrong to put five Kentucky players on the All-SEC team? I know it would never be voted that way. But, still, would it be wrong?
I ask because I genuinely believe that Kentucky might have the SEC’s best player at all five traditional positions, which is a testament to the recruiting class John Calipari just enrolled. It’s also why the Wildcats are the obvious pick to win the league. But which schools will be UK’s biggest challengers? Can anybody seriously push the Wildcats? Here’s a preview of the SEC:
“Everybody is going to pick Kentucky. You should. What [John Calipari] has there is crazy. But don’t sleep on Florida, and I don’t even care if Chris Walker gets eligible. I don’t think they need him because they’re so deep up front, and the guards are good enough. Billy [Donovan] can with a championship with this team. I really believe that.”