The rotating door of college basketball players makes it hard to predict the future of a team. Team's like Kentucky lose talent in Archie Goodwin and Nerlens Noel but rebuild with highly-touted players like the Harrison twins and Dakari Johnson. Then there's Duke who graduated Mason Plumlee but reloaded with Jabari Parker. Our college basketball Insiders took this into account along with several other variables when coming up their future power rankings. Which team does SportsNation think will be the best over the next three seasons? Click the logos below to set your rankings!

Rank: College Hoops Future Power

Arizona

Arizona

Arizona Wildcats

Duke

Duke

Duke Blue Devils

Florida

Florida

Florida Gators

Georgetown

Georgetown

Georgetown Hoyas

Gonzaga

Gonzaga

Gonzaga Bulldogs

Indiana

Indiana

Indiana Hoosiers

Iowa State

Iowa State

Iowa State Cyclones

Kansas

Kansas

Kansas Jayhawks

Kentucky

Kentucky

Kentucky Wildcats

Louisville

Louisville

Louisville Cardinals

Marquette

Marquette

Marquette Golden Eagles

Maryland

Maryland

Maryland Terrapins

Memphis

Memphis

Memphis Tigers

Michigan

Michigan

Michigan Wolverines

Michigan State

Michigan State

Michigan State Spartans

North Carolina

North Carolina

North Carolina Tar Heels

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Ohio State

Ohio State

Ohio State Buckeyes

Oregon

Oregon

Oregon Ducks

Syracuse

Syracuse

Syracuse Orange

UCLA

UCLA

UCLA Bruins

Virginia

Virginia

Virginia Cavaliers

Virginia Commonwealth

Virginia Commonwealth

Virginia Commonwealth Rams

Wichita State

Wichita State

Wichita State Shockers

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Badgers

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