There will probably be a lot of them, but I'm trying to keep track as best as I can. As always, if you find one that I'm not seeing, send me an email at phogblog @ gmail.com. The latest entry into the Bracket Projections is the Atlanta Journal Constitutions Tony Barnhart, who weighs in with the following for his one seeds:
NO. 1 SEEDS
Chicago Regional: Illinois (28-0, RPI No. 2). College basketball's last unbeaten team likely won't have to travel far if it keeps winning: Indianapolis for first two rounds, Chicago for regional, St. Louis for Final Four.
Austin Regional: Kansas (22-4, RPI No. 1). Big win over Oklahoma State last Sunday solidified the Jayhawks as a No. 1 seed. Kansas finishes regular season Sunday at Missouri.
Albuquerque Regional: Wake Forest (25-4, RPI No. 4). Deacons played their way back to a No. 1 seed with win over Georgia Tech on Wednesday night and some struggles by Boston College. Wake ends regular season Sunday at N.C. State.
Syracuse Regional: North Carolina (24-3, RPI No. 7). Big showdown with Duke on Sunday in Chapel Hill might determine whether Tar Heels stay a No. 1 seed.
Not only does he have us as a one, he has us in Big 12 Country, and ships Wake Forest out to the desert. Check out the rest of his seeding, by which I mean the number two seeds, here.
This link, which heads over to ESPN's Bracketology, will likely be updated later in the day, although I don't think we'll see any change in seeding since yesterday. Lunardi has KU as a 2, but we could very easily flip-flop with Kentucky and if the RPI has anything to say about it, we will.