Number 4- The Ohio State Buckeyes
Led by one of the best big men in the country, Jarred Sullinger is a double double machine and he will be a top pick come June in the NBA Draft. Good glue guys in Aaron Craft, William Bufford and De Shaun Thomas will make the Buckeyes a tough out when Tournament time rolls around in March.
Number 3- The Kentucky Wildcats.
The Cats are led by your probable Defensive Player of the Year Candidate Anthony Davis. Davis is a dominant force when it comes to blocking shots and changing shots in the paint. Terrence Jones and Doron Lamb are very good sophomores who can put the ball in the basket at any time on the floor. Michael Kidd- Gilchrist is one of the best all-around players in college basketball. Marquis Teauge well the jury is still out on him, Teauge’s development will be crucial come Tournament Time.
Number 2- The North Carolina Tar Heels
The Heels probably have the best front court in all of College Basketball. Harrison Barnes, John Henson and Tyler Zeller will all be playing in the NBA next season. They have good bench players in Reggie Bullock and P.J Hairston. The man that makes it go for Carolina is Kendall Marshall and he without question the best point guard in College Basketball. The only question is this team tough enough to cut down the nets in New Orleans.
Number 1- The Syracuse Orangemen
Length and Depth are the two things that come to mind when i think about the Cuse. They can go ten deep and have very good talent wings in Kris Joesph and Dion Waters. Attitude, toughness and a great 2-3 zone along with great coaching make Syracuse the toughest team to beat when the Tournament starts.