I know the season just ended Monday, but it's never too early to start discussing next season.
Numerous talented players will be leaving the college game this offseason, as this year's draft class is expected to be one of the deepest in recent history.
Here's a list of just some of the players who are either graduating. have announced they are leaving college early or are expected to leave for the NBA:
Austin Rivers (Duke), Meyers Leonard (Illinois), Thomas Robinson (Kansas), Tyshawn Taylor (Kansas), Anthony Davis (Kentucky), Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (Kentucky), Trey Burke (Michigan), Draymond Green (Michigan State), Harrison Barnes (North Carolina), John Henson (North Carolina), Kendall Marshall (North Carolina), Tyler Zeller (North Carolina), Jared Sullinger (Ohio State), Dion Waiters (Syracuse), Fab Melo (Syracuse), J'Covan Brown (Texas), Terrence Ross (Washington), Tony Wroten (Washington), Damian Lillard (Weber State)
In order to replace these great players, new talented freshman need to come in and show what they can do. Here are some of the most anticipated freshmen for next season.
Brandon Ashley (Arizona), Isaiah Austin (Baylor), Hanner Perea (Indiana), Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell (Indiana), Archie Goodwin (Kentucky), Mitch McGary (Michigan), Rodney Purvis (N.C. State), Marcus Smart (Oklahoma St.), Steven Adams (Pittsburgh), Kris Dunn (Providence), Ricardo Ledo (Providence), Kyle Anderson (UCLA), Anthony Bennett (Undecided), Devonta Pollard (Undecided), Nerlens Noel (Undecided), Shabazz Muhammad (Undecided)
Here are 15 teams that will be contending for a National Championship during the 2013 season.