Lottery picks aren't exactly easily replaceable on the college level, but 13 programs are going throught it again this year. How are those teams planning on moving on? Here are their replacement plans.
What we learned from McDonald's Game
The top programs in the Big East flexed their muscle on the recruiting trail.
Tommy Mason-Griffin and Raymond Penn, two of the top Houston-area prospects, went shot for shot at the Super 16 Extravaganza, writes Reggie Rankin.
Top 100 forward Jamal Boykin has picked the Blue Devils, while the Boilermakers received a commit from a guard.
The Jayhawks picked up commits from Class of 2004 forward Alex Galindo and 2005 forward Micah Downs.
Malik Hairston, one of the nation's top hoops prospects, has decided to lace his sneakers up for the Ducks.
Top 100 prospect Malik Hairston will announce his decision Wednesday, while Chester Giles and Alex Galindo are considering their options.
South Carolina picked up a pledge from guard Roderick Trice and guard Kris Collins committed to New Mexico.
The Cyclones picked up a pledge from a JUCO guard, while the Warriors also grabbed a guard commit.
Temple and South Carolina picked up pledges from guards, while Baylor and Michigan State lost commits.
Top 100 guard Russell Robinson has committed to Kansas, while UConn, UNC and Miami also scored with top commits.
Top 100 prospect Dayshawn Wright has committed to Syracuse and Texas A&M also picked up a pledge.
Outstanding Class of 2004 guard Sundiata Gaines is headed to Georgia, while Washington State snagged a forward.
Class of 2004 guard Keith Benjamin has committed to Pittsburgh, while Shaun Pruitt is expected to announce today.