- Eamonn Brennan, ESPN Staff Writer
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John Calipari is one of the game's most polarizing coaches. He is the central figure in the one-and-done era. Somehow, he's convinced a multitude of high school All-Americans that they're better off playing together than they would be on separate teams.
He's pumping out pros at a ridiculous rate. We've never seen anything like this.
John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins, Brandon Knight and Anthony Davis are just a few of the players who've gone on to earn NBA paychecks during his tenure. And there are clearly future lottery picks in the pipeline.
How does Calipari do it, and can he keep Kentucky on a national perch with one-and-done prospects alone?
That's Myron opening salvo in our latest Watercooler, in which we discuss the state of Kentucky recruiting, the myths and realities of John Calipari's draft-enhanced system, and what we should expect of another young but gifted Wildcats group in 2013-14. You can read the entire piece here.