What if all players that played NCAA basketball were required to stay four years with their respective universities before entering the NBA draft?
How amazing would it be to see the likes of Kevin Durant, D.J Augustine, and A.J Abrams of Texas taking on the likes of Michael Beasley and Bill Walker of Kansas State? Or Mario Chalmers, Darrell Arthur and Julian Wright of Kansas?
How about Greg Oden and Mike Conley still dominating the Big 10?
If players were required to stay all four years, NCAA basketball would be the most exciting sport to watch (if it isn't already) because the amount of talent playing on the floor on some of these teams would be through the roof.
Granted, the chances of a Tyreke Evans joining Memphis without guaranteed minutes is slim, but for the sake of looking at my top 25 teams, let's assume that players want to play for teams based on prestige alone, and minutes do not matter.
Here are my top 25 teams if all players were required to play through their senior season: