Kentucky has become the go-to program for players looking to get onto the fast-track to the NBA. In 2010, John Calipari sent five players to the first round of the NBA Draft. Last year, Kentucky had four more players draft, two of which went in the top eight. This year, as many as six former Wildcats could find themselves getting picked in the first round of the draft. But according to one NBA scout, Kentucky’s system hides the flaws of those players. “The interesting thing, and its not a knock, but there is this Kentucky mystique that Calipari has done a great job creating and perpetuating. The best part about Kentucky’s system is that can hide so many flaws at first glance,” the scout told Larry Vaught.