And the list isn’t all that daring.

The player of most interest to Duke fans on the list is Tywon Lawson of North Carolina. Here’s what Fran Fraschilla had to say about him:

Think Raymond Felton with a fullback’s body. Like Felton, Lawson will be able to get to the rim on anyone in college basketball and he changes direction at full speed like Chris Paul. His outside shooting could be more consistent, but that won’t be a factor until we’re sizing him up for the NBA draft. With this recruiting class, the rebuilding of Tar Heels basketball is officially complete. Is Lawson the next Phil Ford? No. But he has a chance to be mentioned in the same breath with many of the other great point guards in North Carolina history.

The other players mentioned are Greg Oden of Ohio State, Paul Harris of Syracuse, Chase Budinger of Arizona, Kevin Durant of Texas and A.J. Price of Connecticut.

Lawson’s development will be of particular interest, as he will be one of many young point guards attempting to manage teams in the uber-young but uber-talented ACC. Watching Lawson square off against Paulus, Crittenton, Singletary and others will be entertaining, indeed.