Incoming College Basketball Freshmen Already Wishing They Could Change Schools

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Incoming College Basketball Freshmen Already Wishing They Could Change Schools
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April has been a month filled to the gills with transfers, early entrants to the NBA draft and coaching changes, and as such, there are undoubtedly a few highly rated incoming freshmen who wish they had waited until now to commit to a school.

Myles Turner is scheduled to make his signing announcement on Wednesday afternoon, and he looks like a genius for doing so. While others have left their fate to the decisions of several others, Turner has been afforded the luxury of letting all of the cookies crumble before determining which school gives him the best chance to succeed.

If they were making their decisions today, do you really think Karl Towns Jr. would willingly enter into a situation where he'll be lucky to play 15 minutes per game in Kentucky's loaded frontcourt? Would Craig Victor sign on to be a part of Arizona's also overstocked frontcourt?

On the other side of the fence, would JaKeenan Gant have committed to Frank Haith at Missouri if he had known Kim Anderson would be his new head coach? Or would Kevon Looney have signed with UCLA if he had known the Bruins would be losing nearly two-thirds of their points from last season?

For one reason or another, these are the 10 incoming freshmen who are probably wishing they had waited a few more months to commit.

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