So says ESPN, which has Kansas as No. 1:

10. VILLANOVA Previous rank: No. 2

Donte DiVincenzo made the smart decision to stay in the draft after earning Most Outstanding Player honors in the Final Four and excelling at the combine. And you can’t blame Omari Spellman for chasing his dreams in a league that salivates over athletic big men who can stretch the floor.

Their departures change our assessment of Villanova, a team that had a chance to win its third national title in four years had those two returned. Still, Jay Wright will put out a winning team. Double-figure scorers Eric Paschall and Phil Booth are back. Collin Gillespie (39.4 percent from the 3-point line) is the next “Where’d he come from?” candidate on a team with a habit of promoting previously anonymous young shooters.

Don’t forget the introduction of five-star point guard Jahvon Quinerly. Albany grad transfer Joe Cremo (17.8 PPG) is in the mix now, too:

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/23653227/kansas-jayhawks-stay-no-1-villanova-wildcats-tumble-post-nba-draft-deadline-top-25