For some college hoops fans, the approaching NBA draft will serve as a reminder of just how much talent their school will have to replace next fall. At some programs (see: Kentucky, University of), a massive influx of standout freshmen will cushion the loss of outgoing stars, but not every school is so lucky.
One team that’s going to be hit especially hard by early entry this year is the Washington Huskies. The inaugural regular-season champions of the Pac-12 will likely see a pair of underclassmen taken in the first round in June, but they don't have nearly that level of talent remaining on campus for next season.
Herein, a closer look at Lorenzo Romar’s team and nine others who have a long fall in the standings ahead of them in 2012-13.