If you think one of those doesn't fit, you didn't spend the first full week of July chasing the country's best high school ballers as the NCAA's summer evaluation period began.
These are some of the important vacancies top programs will be looking to fill:
Primary need: frontcourt size. The Huskies built a fearsome perimeter arsenal and need big bodies to complement that group.
Key target: Josh Smith, 6-9, Kent, Wash. UW has done its best recruiting in keeping great players home. Smith is a 270-pound force in the low post.
Others pursuing Smith: UCLA, Texas, Louisville, UConn, Duke.
Primary need: wing scoring. The Huskies' lack of perimeter depth was exposed when Jerome Dyson went down last season, and he's only got another year.
Key target: Tobias Harris, 6-7, Dix Hills, N.Y. Harris excelled attacking the rim at the LeBron James Skills Academy. He is ranked No. 29 nationally by Scout.com.
Others pursuing Harris: Georgia Tech, Louisville, Syracuse, Maryland, six more.
Primary need: Program-changer. The Devils built depth in their recruiting class with three commitments. Freshmen Mason Plumlee and Ryan Kelly are promising bigs. They need someone to elevate all this, as Christian Laettner or Jason Williams once did.
Key target: Harrison Barnes, 6-8, Ames, Iowa. The No. 1 player in 2010, Barnes relies on strength, quickness and intelligence. "From a year ago until now, I thought I made huge strides," he said. "But I think there's still a long way to go from here."
Others pursuing Barnes: Kansas, North Carolina, Iowa State, six more.
Indiana The nation grieved for those hurt, killed and affected by the Boston Marathon bombings. After one of the suspects was caught on Friday — following a day-long lockdown and manhunt — sports returned to Boston over the weekend.
Primary need: Guard play. IU has abundant needs as coach Tom Crean continues reconstructing from the implosion that preceded his arrival. But a great guard can make an immediate difference.
The nation grieved for those hurt, killed and affected by the Boston Marathon bombings. After one of the suspects was caught on Friday — following a day-long lockdown and manhunt — sports returned to Boston over the weekend.
Key target: Kyrie Irving, 6-2, Elizabeth, N.J. Observers debate whether he's a point or a shooting guard. Irving answers: "I'm known for scoring, but I just want to be a complete point guard."
Others pursuing Irving: Duke, Kentucky, Notre Dame, six more.
CBT: Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski made it official that he'll be coaching Team USA at the 2016 Rio Olympics, and he'll also be with Duke at least that long, too.
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