SMUEmmanuel Mudiay has been perhaps the most impressive backcourt player in the class of 2014, and the 6'5 point guard is headed to SMU. With Nic Moore returning for his NBA 2K18 MT sophomore season, Turner would instantly be paired with a loaded backcourt and a handful of experienced, talented forwards that includes Markel Kennedy and Texas Tech transfer Jordan Tolbert, who is seeking a waiver to be eligible immediately. The Mustangs madethe NIT title game this year after North


Carolina State nabbed the last at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament. Turner would put Larry Brown's team firmly in the top 10 of preseason polls and fairly among Final Four debates as the season approaches.2. KansasBill Self would make it work with Turner, Alexander and Perry Ellis, because no coach will ever complain about too many big men, especially after Joel


Embiid's injury led to a sputtering exit in the round of 32 last month for the Jayhawks. Turner would be flexible enough to play with Alexander, though flourishing alongside Ellis, who will be a junior, could be an issue. Turner would add a different element from Ellis as a more effective rebounder, but Self would essentially have to force


Ellis to the three-spot if he wanted his three best players on the court at the same time.3. TexasTexas, like Kansas, would have to make room for Turner, but a frontcourt of Turner, Cameron Ridley and Jonathan Holmes would be fearsome in the Big 12. Rick Barnes would likely try to play Holmes at the three, but a Longhorns team that ranked 246th in three-point percentage would not stand to improve much in that area if its 2K MT VC primary small forward made 28 threes as a junior, which is what Holmes did in 2013-14. Still, Barnes wouldn't say no, and the Longhorns would go from undersized last season to jumbo-sized the