Despite the lack of experience of the freshman, the talent and depth that the team has overruns opponents. This season, the team features nine McDonalds All-Americans on its team. I don't know of any other university that could accomplish that kind of roster. Kentucky's resume makes the school appealing to top high school players who don't mind being the second or third best player on the team. Take this years freshman at Kentucky Tyler Ulis. He was a McDonalds All-American last year in high school and chose Kentucky over any other school. Even though he could have been averaging at least 30 minutes as a starter he decided to go to Kentucky where no one on the team averages over 11 points and 25 minutes per game. It just goes to show that without John Calipari's willingness to recruit players just looking to go to the NBA, there would and never will be anything like what the University of Kentucky is doing now.