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Normally around this time, Coach Calipari and the University of Kentucky is saying good bye to one class and hello to another.

The home of the one-and done hasn’t the seen the flood of players leave as they have in the past. Julius Randle and James Young have thrown their name into the NBA draft pool, but to surprise to all, several players have decided to return for their sophomore years.

Two of the surprises were the Harrison twins. Predicted to be early draft picks when the stepped on campus, the two didn’t really come on as players until the NCAA tournament. That wasn’t enough to sway NBA scouts towards making them first round picks. Without that certainty, the two decided to come back for one more run.

The twins return make Kentucky one of the most loaded teams in the country. Along with Willy Cauley-Stein, Dakari Johnson and Alex Poythress coming back, the twins join another top 10 class for Kentucky headlined by 7 footer Kalr Towns Jr.

Source: Bleacher Report