|-||Carl Riefkin (L)||F||Jr.||-||-||Covington, KY||-|
|-||Fred Fest (L)||C||Sr.||-||-||Martins Ferry, OH (High)||-|
|-||William Poyntz (L)||F||Jr.||-||-||Covington, KY||(Started season with foot injury);|
|-||Gilbert Smith (L)||G||Sr.||-||-||Lexington, KY (Senior)||-|
|-||Karl Rohs (L)||C-F||So.||-||-||Cynthiana, KY||-|
|-||William Wilkinson (L)||F||So.||-||-||Lebanon, KY||-|
|-||Marshall Barnes||F||Jr.||-||-||Beaver Dam, KY||-|
|-||A. T. Rice (L)||G||Jr.||-||-||Paris, KY||-|
|-||William Blanton||F||So.||-||-||Richmond, KY||-|
|-||Wayne Foust||F||So.||-||-||Owensboro, KY||-|
|-||Lawrence Burnham (L)||G||Sr.||5-9||-||Paducah, KY||-|
|-||Ralph Boren||G||So.||-||-||Paducah, KY||-|
|-||Charles Spilman||F||Jr.||-||-||Versailles, KY||-|
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Standing (l to r): Lawrence Burnham, A.T. Rice, Fred Fest, Marshall Barnes, Carl Riefkin
Season Review - (Kentuckian)
FRED FEST, Center
Our captain is right there at center, in that he is alert and in every play and always ready if the oilier fellow tries to get rough. When that occurs, Freddy gives said fellow all he is looking for, with interest.
A. T. RICE, Guard
Paris has a habit of sending good men to Kentucky's basketball teams, and "Chuck" was the installment for 1923. He is one of the brainiest and most aggressive players that the Wildcats boast of, and that is saying a great deal. His work at guard is of the stellar variety.
LAWRENCE BURNHAM, Guard "Dutch's" playing is not flashy, but dependable. Whenever the opposing forwards sift through the Wildcat defense, they always meet a stone wall in "Dutch" at stationary. He is a cool, brainy, and consistent player.
MARSHALL BARNES, Forward
An excellent player, Marshall has made the most of the opportunity given him at forward, and has proved a worthy running mate to Riefkin.
CARL RIEFKIN, Forward
A sure goal shot and hard fighter, Riefkin is one of the most valuable men on the team. In addition to playing forward, he is the team's manager.
WAYNE FAUST, Forward
A hard fighter, with plenty of ability, Faust is a valuable asset to the squad.
RALPH BOREN, Guard
Ralph has shown up to advantage at guard, and may be depended upon at all times to do his best. His is work of the stellar quality.
WILLIAM WILKINSON, Forward
A keen, brilliant player, "Bill" was just the kind of man to fill the place of a regular in a pinch. This is his second year on the squad.
CHARLES SPILLMAN, Guard
Keen playing, coupled with hard fighting, explain in brief Charlie's service to the squad.