Sun reporter Paul McMullen's prediction for the men's Sweet 16, by regional sites.
The Jayhawks may lead the nation in NBA prospects.
The Final Four team lost Tyrus Thomas, but regained point guard Tack Minor.
It looks like 1997, as the Wildcats are loaded on the perimeter.
The Bruins got to an NCAA final without injured Josh Shipp, maybe their best player.
2. Ohio State
Can Greg Oden make the Buckeyes No. 1 before he goes No. 1 in the NBA draft?
Point guard Ronald Steele has plenty of shooters to distribute to.
Will the veteran Gators become the first repeat champion since Duke in 1991 and '92?
Roy Hibbert and Pat Ewing Jr. make a potent combination in the paint.
3. Boston College
Jared Dudley is one of the nation's most complete players.
4. Texas A&M;
Billy Gillispie has turned around a program that didn't win a Big 12 game in 2003-04.
The Tar Heels won it all at the Edward Jones Dome in 2005.
Is Aaron Gray mobile enough to move the Panthers to their first Final Four?
Explosive Alando Tucker is a national Player of the Year candidate.