Nearly all of the top high school basketball recruits from the 2014 class have inked their letters of intent, getting the table set for next fall's influx of nebulous newbies and potential one-and-done collegiate superstars.
That means it's time to turn the spotlight toward the Class of 2015, with college coaches efforting to get early commitments from the nation's top prep juniors.
One of the highest-rated 2015ers came off the board last week when point guard Tyler Dorsey of Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco committed to Arizona. Dorsey is rated No. 4 overall by 247sports.com's composite ranking. No. 5 Ben Simmons, a power forward from Montverde (Fla.) Academy, committed to LSU in October.
That still leaves 10 of the top 12 players up for grabs, with roughly eight months until they're officially able to sign.
With that in mind, here's our look at the top uncommitted players and where they'd do best to end up playing their college ball.
(NOTE: All rankings and ratings courtesy of 247sports.com.)