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2018 NCAA Bracketology: 3/10/18 Update

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Make sure you’re checking back right here on Hardwood and Hollywood for my updated Bracketology Projections right up until the 2018 NCAA Tournament Bracket is revealed tomorrow evening. And to see how my projections stack up to other Bracketologists out there, go ahead and check out The Bracket Matrix. You can find my projections under “H&H.”   

#1 Seeds: Virginia (South Region), Villanova (East Region), Kansas (Midwest Region), Xavier (West Region)

Last Four Byes: St. Bonaventure, Florida State, Alabama, UCLA

Last Four In: USC, Oklahoma, Arizona State, Texas

First Four Out: Baylor, Middle Tennessee, Louisville, Notre Dame,

Next Four Out: Oklahoma State, Marquette, Syracuse, Mississippi State

Top 5 Match-Up’s To Watch (If you’re an NBA Scout) 

SEC Semi-Final – Alabama vs. Kentucky (1 pm EST, ESPN)

Collin Sexton – Alabama Guard, Projected Lottery Pick

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander – Kentucky Guard, Projected Lottery Pick

Big 12 Final – vs. Kansas (6 pm EST, ESPN) 

Jevon Carter – West Virginia Guard, Projected Late 2nd Round Pick

– Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk – Kansas Guard/Forward, Projected Early 2nd Round Pick

AAC Semi-Final – Houston vs. Wichita State (3:30 pm EST, CBS) 

– Rob Gray – Houston Guard, Projected Late 2nd Round Pick

Landry Shamet – Wichita State Guard, Projected Late 1st Round Pick

ACC Final – vs. Virginia (8:30 pm EST, ESPN) 

Joel Berry II – North Carolina Guard, Projected Late 2nd Round Pick

De’Andre Hunter – Virginia Forward, Projected Late 2nd Round Pick

Pac-12 Final – USC vs. Arizona (10 pm EST, Fox Sports 1) 

Chimezie Metu – USC Forward, Projected Late 1st Round Pick

DeAndre Ayton – Arizona Forward, Projected Top 5 Pick

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