7. Kansas Jayhawks (33-3, lost second round to Northern Iowa) Marcus Morris returns as the best player to a Jayhawks squad that lost Xavier Henry, Sherron Collins, and Cole Aldrich to the next level. He's got a more well-rounded game than his brother Markieff, and one that translates better into an NBA career. At 6'8, he can play inside or out, profiling more as a hybrid 4 because of his versatility and lack of supreme athleticism. With a dependable jump shot and the ability to defend multiple positions, a good season from the junior makes him a late lottery pick in 2011. Charlie Day Wild Card: He may be too good to be a wild card, but the eligibility issues with Josh Selby make him a question mark. He's going to line up at point next to Tyshawn Taylor, but my bet is the top 5 recruit in the country shifts to the 2 and works off the ball. In the NBA, he has combo guard written all over him -- very Jerryd Bayless with a better jump shot. Give him a full season and he's a lottery pick based on scoring alone.