Kentucky's John Calipari rebounds from bad year by landing nation's top recruiting class


John Calipari solidified his reputation as college basketball's best recruiter, and arguably the greatest recruiter of student-athletes in any sport ever, after taking the Kentucky job in March 2009. He immediately signed the nation's top-ranked recruiting class -- then did it again in 2010 and 2011 and 2012 and 2013. Five straight years. Five straight No. 1 classes. (CBS Sports)

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Kentucky's John Calipari rebounds from bad year by landing nation's top recruiting class


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