Bracketology: Post-combine update

It’s been a minute since we’ve put out a Bracketology. A ton of players decided to test the NBA draft waters. A ton more guys entered the transfer portal. We’ve seen a few major coaching changes. Recruits continue to sign. A few decided to turn the tables and go somewhere no one was expecting. The NBA Draft Combine among other workouts like the G-League Elite camp just complete in the past couple of weeks.

Players are starting to get an idea of where and if they’re getting drafted. A few know they’re not getting selected but are willing to sign G-League contracts instead of going back to college. Money is money. Only a few have made it clear on their decision, but speculation is starting to make sense. One of the biggest factors are transfers who are joining good teams and are immediately eligible. Hence why UNC, Gonzaga and Texas Tech are comfortably a top 4 seeds.

Let’s dive in and see what the college basketball world looks like right now.


1. Kentucky
16. Grambling/Howard

8. Davidson
9. Michigan

5. Florida State
12. Oregon/Illinois

4. Seton Hall
13. UTSA

6. Creighton
11. Colorado

3. Virginia
14. Stony Brook

7. Florida
10. Purdue

2. Kansas
15. Radford


1. Michigan State
16. Abilene Christian/Sacred Heart

8. Utah State
9. Georgia

5. Iowa State
12. Liberty

4. Louisville
13. Bradley

6. Cincinnati
11. Harvard

3. Arizona
14. North Dakota State

7. Alabama
10. Marquette

2. Texas Tech
15. Colgate


1. Duke
16. Weber State

8. Wisconsin
9. LSU

5. Auburn
12. Notre Dame/Indiana

4. Baylor
13. New Mexico State

6. Tennessee
11. Arizona State

3. Ohio State
14. Wright State

7. VCU
10. Texas A&M

2. Villanova
15. UCSB


1. UNC
16. Rider

8. Houston
9. Saint Mary’s

5. NC State
12. Belmont

4. Maryland
13. Bowling Green

6. Iowa
11. Furman

3. Memphis
14. UT-Arlington

7. Xavier
10. Oklahoma State

2. Gonzaga
15. Delaware

Last four byes

Oklahoma State
Texas A&M
Arizona State

Last four in

Notre Dame

First four out

Ole Miss

Next four out

Mississippi State

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