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Here's a look at what each team in the East 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.
If Brandon Jennings has success playing in Europe, a few Class of 2009 stars might join him in overseas, writes Christopher Lawlor.
After taking his time to go over every factor, top uncommitted basketball recruit Tyreke Evans is ready to make a decision on his future, writes Dana O'Neil.
Texas picked up a commit from a Canadian forward/center, while a guard pledged to Washington.
Nine of the record 13 prep players who declared for the NBA Draft remain as early candidates.
LaMarcus Aldridge has withdrawn from the NBA draft and will play for Texas, but Duke signee Shaun Livingston will stay in the draft.
Vanderbilt added top 100 forward Davis Nwankwo to its promising class, while top 100 forward LaMarcus Aldridge signed with Texas.
LaMarcus Aldridge announced he will sign with the Horns, while fellow Top 100 player Jackie Butler opted for the NBA.
Indiana signee Josh Smith's participation in a third all-star contest are a good indication of his next step.
Temple and South Carolina picked up pledges from guards, while Baylor and Michigan State lost commits.
Center Dwight Howard leads the McDonald's All-American roster which also includes three future Longhorns.
UCLA picked up a commitment from a 15-year-old high school freshman from California.
Cincinnati picked up a pledge from Georgia's Mr. Basketball, but also lost a commit from a Top 100 guard.
The Irish signed a guard prospect, while a top forward committed to the Longhorns.