We may be elbows-deep in the 2013-14 college basketball season, but there's no time like the present to look ahead to the rankings of next year's incoming classes.
It should be an exciting year for freshmen in the ACC, as Duke, North Carolina and Louisville all rank in the Top 6. North Carolina State, Miami (FL) and Syracuse also made it into the Top 25.
Kansas and Kentucky both figure to lose a lot of players as early entrants to the 2014 NBA Draft, but incoming classes that rank in the Top 10 will keep them both strong, as always.
Three highly-rated recruits (Myles Turner, Rashad Vaughn and Jaquan Lyle) have yet to commit, and could single-handedly turn a middling class into one of the best in the country in next month's rankings.
On the following slides, we utilized team rankings and individual scouting reports from 247sports.com, ScoutHoops.com and ESPN.com. Teams are ordered based on their composite rankings from those three sources. Each team's listed 5-star and 4-star recruits are according to 247sports.