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October 21, 2010
Predicting the best frontcourts in the nation before a season can be tougher than correctly forecasting the stock market.
Most of college basketball's top big men turn pro after only a year or two, so it's tough to find frontcourts that combine experience and star power. You have to try to decide which freshmen will live up to expectations or which long-range projects will show the greatest improvement.
Yes, this is the type of endeavor that could make us foolish by the end of the season. But that didn't stop us from doing it anyway.
Just as our list of the top backcourts didn't include Kansas because of Josh Selby's uncertain eligibility status, we also decided against putting Kentucky on this list while Enes Kanter remains in NCAA limbo.
With no further ado, here's our list of the top 12 frontcourts.