15. Sean Miller, Arizona
Two years worth of dazzling recruiting are paying off in spades for Sean Miller, whose Arizona Wildcats have so much talent
that even Brandon Ashley’s season-ending foot surgery hasn’t derailed them.
With a favorable remaining schedule, third-ranked Arizona is a heavy favorite for a No. 1 seed.
Between the veterans in the backcourt and the Aaron Gordon-led parade of NBA talent up front, Arizona hasn’t been ranked lower than No. 6 all year.