http://sports.espn.go.com/ncaa/recruiting/basketball/womens/news/story?id=5298458 Duke was #1. Colorado came in at a respectable #59, though we'll need to be much better than that. Other notables on the list: Stanford #4, USC #7, Cal #12, Washington State #48, Arizona #55, UCLA #56, Oregon #57. Surprisingly, Nebraska didn't make the list despite their undefeated regular season. That probably has a lot to do with most of the prospects sign during the early period on the women's side and they'll get the bump for the next class. All in all, it looks like recruiting is challenging the conventional wisdom that CU WBB will have a better opportunity to move up quickly in the Pac 12 then we could have in the Big 12. The Big 12 didn't have a single class ranked in the Top 10 and only 1 in the Top 15. Big 12 also had 7 total programs on the list (including CU), which matches the Pac 10. Of course, if you consider the Lady Buffs as part of the Pac 12, our new conference wins 8-6. Life does not get any easier in WBB, either.