What a difference one hour makes. Prior to the early signing period, Kentucky had just one commitment -- but back-to-back commitments from Skal Labissiere (No. 11) and Isaiah Briscoe (No. 13) pushed the Wildcats to the No. 1 spot in the country. Labissiere might have the most potential of any prospect in the class, and he's already shown the ability to be a matchup nightmare on the offensive end -- and a dominant shot-blocker. Briscoe had a monster summer with the NJ Playaz, leading them to the Nike Peach Jam title while also solidifying his status as the No. 1 point guard in the 2015 class. Both players are of the immediate impact variety. They join Charles Matthews (No. 44), who committed last February. His stock has dipped a little bit, but he's still a player who can make a difference in a variety of ways.
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