Kentucky adds new wrinkle to this year’s Pro Day Andy Lyons/Getty Images
CLEVELAND, OH - MARCH 25: John Calipari the head coach of the Kentucky Wildcats watches his team practice for their Midwest Regional round of 16 game against West Virginia in the NCAA Basketball Tournament at Quicken Loans Arena on March 25, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Kentucky will once again hold a Pro Day ahead of their Big Blue Madness and the upcoming basketball season. The team’s Twitter account has the date and information regarding television information on it:

Last year the workouts were held in the practice facility on campus. The players will go through drills and workouts that the coaches conduct with all 30 NBA teams getting invites for their personnel. Last season’s version had a ton of scouts and other personnel there and the expectation is likely to be the same with another top-2 recruiting class coming in and some guys staying behind from last year.

The biggest names for those scouts will likely be Hamidou Diallo — who decided to withdraw from the NBA Draft in May — freshman forward Kevin Knox, center Nick Richards and forward P.J. Washington. Of course, there are several other high-profile stars on this team, but those are the names you’re likely to hear the most before the season starts.

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