Even with Isaiah Thomas choosing to put his name in for the NBA draft, the Huskies will still have a full contingent of wings returning to Seattle this fall. Of course, whether a wing is a "true" backcourt player is open to discussion, but given that both Scott Suggs and 2011 Pac-10 All-Freshman selection C.J. Wilcox attempted many more 3s than 2s, I'll put them here. (If you also count the somewhat less 3-centric Terrence Ross as a member of the UW "backcourt," then bump the Huskies up a place or two on this list.) Throw in Abdul Gaddy, who missed all but 13 games as a sophomore last season, and freshman point guard Tony Wroten (a Seattle prospect so good that, when he didn't make the McDonald's All-American team, it was termed a snub), and coach Lorenzo Romar should have more than enough backcourt weapons to face the post-Isaiah era with confidence.
I would provide the link but it is an insider article. The Top 10 goes like this:
4. Ohio St
5 North Carolina