The Kentucky basketball program has had many clutch performers throughout the John Calipari era in Lexington, and today, two of them were listed among the top ten of college basketball in the last decade.
In the NCAA’s most recent March Madness 365 Podcast with Andy Katz, former Kentucky guards Aaron Harrison and Doron Lamb were included in the top ten.
Harrison came in at No. 6 overall, followed by Lamb at No. 10.
Kentucky is one of three schools on the list with two players, joining Connecticut (Kemba Walker and Shabazz Napier) and Villanova (Kris Jenkins and Jalen Brunson).
Check out the entire list below:
- Kemba Walker (Connecticut)
- Kris Jenkins (Villanova)
- Kyle Guy (Virginia)
- Shabazz Napier (Connecticut)
- Carsen Edwards (Purdue)
- Aaron Harrison (Kentucky)
- Tyus Jones (Duke)
- Jalen Brunson (Villanova)
- Marcus Paige (North Carolina)
- Doron Lamb (Kentucky)
Do you think Harrison and his long list of game-winning shots in the NCAA Tournament deserve to be higher on the list? Does Lamb deserve more credit for his ridiculous efficiency from three?
Were any other former Wildcats snubbed?