If Kentucky lands Michigan shooting guard James Young later today as expected and also adds Andrew Wiggins to this recruiting class, head coach John Calipari could be moving toward his greatest recruiting class in history. That’s what the Director of Scouting for one NBA team in the 2012 lottery told SNY.tv Thursday morning. “On paper, for an NBA-type class certainly it’s the greatest of all time, you would think,” the Director of Scouting said by phone. “On paper it would be and yet there’s a lot to measure up to, too.” The scout was referring to last year’s class that produced Calipari’s first national championship and the No. 1 and 2 picks in the NBA Draft in Anthony Davis and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. Still, speaking of the potential blockbuster class for 2013, the Director of Scouting said, “I mean, it’s mind boggling. What it tells me is NBA teams should just go rent a condo for the year in Lexington next year.” Kentucky has already landed twins Andrew and Aaron Harrison, the Nos. 2 and 3 players in the Scout.com rankings for the Class of 2013.