I've been busy compiling my lists and notebooks for the coming college season. So I thought I give you a quick list of who to watch, with more in depth info coming on each player later. So I'm listing the player and the college for now. The college season starts around the 11th or 12th of November. It's different for each team depending on which early tournament they decide to play in. Josh Jackson: 6'8", SF, Freshman, Kansas. Ranked #1 Malik Newman: 6'3", SG/PG, Sophmore, Kansas. Jayson Tatum: 6'8", SF, Freshman, Duke. Ranked #3 Harry Giles: 6'10", PF/C, Freshman, Duke. Ranked #2 Marques Bolden: 6'11", C, Freshman, Duke. Ranked #16 Grayson Allen: 6'5", SG, Junior, Duke. Frank Jackson: 6'3", PG, Freshman, Duke. Ranked #10 De'Aaron Fox: 6'3", PG, Freshman, Kentucky. Ranked #5 Bam Adebayo: 6'10", PF, Freshman, Kentucky. Ranked #7 Malik Monk: 6'3", SG, Freshman, Kentucky. Ranked #6 Wenyen Gabriel: 6'9", PF, Freshman, Kentucky. Ranked #17 Isaiah Brisco: 6'3", PG, Sophmore, Kentucky. Rawle Alkins: 6'5", SG, Freshman, Arizona. Ranked #9 Alonzo Trier: 6'5", SG, Sophmore, Arizona. Dennis Smith: 6'3", PG, Freshman, North Carolina St. Ranked #4 Ivan Rabb: 6'11", PF, Sophmore, California. Jarbari Bird: 6'6", SG, Senior, California. Markelle Fultz: 6'4", PG, Freshman, Washington. Ranked #13 Dillon Brooks: 6'7", SF, Junior, Oregon. Tyler Dorsey: 6'4", SG, Sophmore, Oregon. Lonzo Ball: 6'6", PG, Freshman, UCLA. Ranked #8 T.J. Leaf: 6'10", PF, Freshman, UCLA. Ranked #15 Miles Bridges: 6'6", SG/SF, Freshman, Michigan St. Ranked #11 Joshua Langford: 6'6", SF, Freshman, Michigan St. Ranked #14 Obviously there are many others. Too many to list right now. I've mostly tried to introduce you to the top highschool players entering college this year. I'm sure there will be some lower ranked players that will emerge by the end of the season and some of the top players will drop. As you can see, Duke is well armed to make another run at the NCAA title this coming season, as is Kentucky. Difference is, Duke has a solid group of returning players which should give them the edge. UCLA should be able to make a splash in the Pac 12 this season, but Oregon should be the top dog with Washington, Cal, and Arizona also being contenders for the Pac 12 title. The Pac 12 is finally returning to being a tough conference. Sad how far Stanford had fallen from the good old days of Mike Montgomery. Anyway, more coming in the future. Of course the Kings might not have a draft pick this year, but you never know what will happen.