Kentucky already was certain to have the nation's deepest, most formidable frontcourt when forward Marcus Lee and center Willie Cauley-Stein announced they were returning earlier this month.
Now that forward Alex Poythress and center Dakari Johnson announced Wednesday that they'll also be back, it begs the question whether there's such a thing as too much frontcourt talent.
Kentucky will boast three 7-footers on next year's roster: Projected 2015 first-round picks Cauley-Stein and Johnson and 2014 McDonald's All-American Karl Towns, Rivals.com's No. 11 prospect. Throw in skilled 6-foot-10 McDonald's All-American forward Trey Lyles, a 6-foot-7 projected second-round pick in Poythress and an underutilized 6-foot-10 former top 30 recruit in Lee, and it's easy to see how John Calipari could be hard-pressed to find enough minutes to satisfy everyone.
One key for Kentucky this offseason will be Poythress improving his jump shot and ball handling skills sufficiently so he can play almostRead More »from Dakari Johnson's return makes Kentucky's loaded frontcourt even more crowded