Providence's Kris Dunn, LSU freshmen Ben Simmons and Oklahoma's Buddy Hield headline our annual rankings of the top players in college basketball.
Oregon State's Gary Payton II, BYU's Kyle Collinsworth and Alford make our list of players who deserve more attention.
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Duke, Kentucky, Maryland, Kansas, Michigan State, Oklahoma, Baylor, Virginia and Utah. Plenty of top teams in action.
The biggest teams: Kentucky, North Carolina, Duke, Kansas, Michigan State. The list goes on. They're all playing in something major in college hoops this November.
Elon freshman guard Elijah Bryant, a Mormon, is headed to play for Brigham Young.
Besides Gonzaga, CBS Sports Network's Jon Rothstein has his eye on BYU and Pepperdine as teams to watch as he answers five offseason questions on the WCC.
With two NCAA Tournament games on the docket and a few NIT games, there Tuesday figures to be an exciting night of college basketball.
The NCAA tournament selection committee released its official ranking of the 68 teams in the 2015 tournament field.
Wisconsin is the top-seeded team and Arizona the No. 2 seed, setting up a potential rematch of last season's terrific overtime battle in the Elite Eight.

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