Editor's note: The 2016-2017 college basketball season will be the "Year of the Freshmen," featuring what could be the best class we've ever seen. Over the next two weeks, we will get familiar with the best of the best, examining who they are and where each of the top 10 prospects in the 2016 ESPN 100 came from.
Read more: No. 10 Duke's Frank Jackson | No. 9 Kentucky's Malik Monk
No. 8 Michigan State's Miles Bridges | No. 7 Washington's Markelle Fultz
No. 6 Kentucky's De'Aaron Fox | No. 5 Kentucky's Bam Adebayo
No. 4 UCLA's Lonzo Ball | No. 3 Duke's Jayson Tatum
No. 2 Kansas' Josh Jackson | No. 1 Duke's Harry Giles
Flint, Michigan, natives go to Michigan State. That's been the routine since Mateen Cleaves, Morris Peterson and Charlie Bell led the Spartans to the 2000 NCAA championship. Miles Bridges, despite transferring to Huntington Prep (West Virginia) for the latter portion of his high school season, followed those footsteps. The top-10 prospect will play a major part in replacing All-American and first-round pick Denzel Valentine.