Originally Posted by WVRed
I can't see any scenario where UK gets a no 2 seed. No 3 is possible (would have to win against Vandy, Tennessee, and win the SEC tournament convincingly for that to happen), but my guess is a 4 or 5 seed.
This years team could be one and done or make it to the Sweet Sixteen (or even Elite Eight) depending on the draw.
I don't think the draw matters that much for this year's team, quite honestly. I mean, there's one seeds that I would prefer over other one seeds etc., but this team's success or failure is going to be reliant on their execution. When they are playing at their absolute best and firing on all cylinders, there isn't a team they can't beat on a neutral/home court. Like Cal said yesterday, last year's team would just maul you, this year's team must execute flawlessly.