The top 24 teams in Saturday's bracket are the same as they were in Friday's projection.
With Georgetown and West Virginia facing off for the Big East crown Saturday, that could change. The Mountaineers can potentially claim a top seed with a win, while Georgetown can grab a protected seed of their own (likely Pitt's 3 seed) with a win.
Syracuse moves up to the third overall number one, as it appears Arinze Onuaku's injury isn't as severe as it appeared on Thursday.
No less than 12 bids will be handed out on Saturday, meaning we'll be ever closer to clarity, especially in the cases of California, Washington, UTEP, Utah State and San Diego State.
Here's how things stand on Selection Eve.
Top Four Seeds: Kansas, Kentucky, Syracuse, Duke
Last Four In: San Diego State, Virginia Tech, Washington, Rhode Island
First Four Out: Minnesota, Mississippi State, William & Mary, Mississippi
Next Four Out: Seton Hall, Arizona State, South Florida, UAB
Temple (4), Richmond (6), Xavier (7), Rhode Island (13)
Gonzaga (6), St. Mary's (11)
One Bid Leagues (22): America East, Atlantic Sun (ETSU), Big Sky (Montana), Big South (Winthrop), Big West, Colonial (Old Dominion), Conference USA, Horizon (Butler), Ivy (Cornell), Metro Atlantic (Siena), Mid-American, Mid-Eastern, Missouri Valley (Northern Iowa), Northeast (Robert Morris), Ohio Valley (Murray State), Patriot (Lehigh), Southern (Wofford), Southland, Southwestern, Summit (Oakland), Sun Belt (North Texas), Western Athletic
For a more detailed breakdown of the teams fighting for the final few spots in the tournament, visit Bubble Watch.