Blue Ribbon Yearbook previews the 2012-13 college basketball season, exclusively on Insider.
Here's a look at what each team in the South Region is losing after this year, what kind of recruiting class they're bringing in and what it means to their hopes of making future NCAA tournaments.
Austin Rivers holds off Anthony Davis and Michael Gilchrist for the No. 1 spot in the 2011 college basketball recruiting class, writes Dave Telep.
Oklahoma signed a homegrown guard, while Arizona inked a 7-2 center from Nigeria.
Top 100 prospect Malik Hairston will announce his decision Wednesday, while Chester Giles and Alex Galindo are considering their options.
Florida State picked up a pledge from a guard, while the Commodores signed two forwards.
Highly touted guard Sebastian Telfair is one of a group top prospects deciding between college and the NBA draft.
The Bulldogs nabbed a commit from a center, while Frank Haith and the 'Canes landed a guard.
Top 100 guard prospects Sebastian Telfair and Shaun Livingston are still undecided about college or the NBA draft.
Vanderbilt added top 100 forward Davis Nwankwo to its promising class, while top 100 forward LaMarcus Aldridge signed with Texas.
Temple and South Carolina picked up pledges from guards, while Baylor and Michigan State lost commits.
Seton Hall grabbed its second recent top commit with the pledge from Class of 2004 guard Justin Cerasoli.
Baylor and new coach Scott Drew, known for recruiting internationally, received a pledge from a center from Senegal.
Forward Andre Patterson is transferring from UCLA to Tennessee, and a center prospect decommitted from Washington.
The NCAA waived its rule requiring transfer students to sit out one year for members of Baylor's hoops squad.
Missouri picked up a commitment from one of the nation's top guard prospects, while a Baylor refugee is headed to UT.