See It Here First: 2007 Hoops Top 10 

With the Florida Gators newly crowned champions and star center Joakim Noah merely a sophomore, will the rest of college basketball be merely playing for second place next season? Check out an early Top-10 forecast for 2006-07 from Sports Illustrated’s Luke Winn. It provides an educated guess as to the future of Memphis stars Darius Washington and Shawne Williams.

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