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Duke may have the most talented roster in years in college basketball. Which teams could be poised to stop Coach K's quest for a sixth national championship?

By Luke Winn
July 07, 2016

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The draft is behind us, and the window for college coaches to be rumored for NBA job openings has closed. The transfer market has mostly settled, with just one potential major-conference starter, former Nebraska wing Andrew White III, still available. Every top-100 recruit from the Class of 2016 has committed to a college, and we know which one is skipping college altogether: ex-Arizona signee Terrance Ferguson, who signed a pro deal in Australia instead. All of which makes this an ideal time to unveil SI’s offseason Power Rankings. The potential for seismic change between now and November has been minimized.

The Next 16

17. Syracuse
18. Texas A&M
19. Cincinnati
20. West Virginia
21. Iowa State
22. UCLA
23. Miami
24. Rhode Island
25. Creighton
26. Connecticut
27. Virginia Tech
28. BYU
29. Florida
30. VCU
31. Florida State
32. Wichita State

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