Which brings me to Andrew and Aaron Harrison.
Sources have told CBSSports.com that both are leaning toward entering the NBA Draft but that it’s nowhere close to a done deal, and I really do think their decisions are the most important to Kentucky’s future because, assuming Johnson, Poythress and Marcus Lee return, the Wildcats will again be loaded in the frontcourt thanks to that trio and the enrollment of five-star bigs Trey Lyles and Karl Towns.
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