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Andrew Wiggins or not, Kentucky Wildcats’ options are many

The Kentucky Wildcats frontcourt, from the 3 to the 5, will offer John Calipari more options than he’s had since he’s been at Kentucky.

Willie Cauley-Stein - photo by Tammie Brown |

– photo by Tammie Brown |

From the first time worked out at , knew he had something special on his hands.  “He had something in him; he could take it all to another level,” Calipari of Noel. “He had that will to win. I've had players like that in and . They can grab stuff from within that normal guys can't do. They make plays out of nothing to win a game. They're not afraid.”

He's hoping to see the same from two newcomers, big men and , and continued development from Willie Cauley-Stein.

Can Cauley-Stein find consistency and perform at a high level, such as when he had four blocks against Florida on the final day of the SEC season or scored 20 against Vanderbilt? Will Calipari play the 7-foot sophomore with the enforcing Randle or Johnson? Where does freshman fit in? How will Calipari use Alex Poythressand  this time around?

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