Updated

On Saturday, the actual selection committee will unveil its first-ever in-season top-16 rankings. Whatever they announce is sure to be met with controversy, especially if, as I expect, several teams are ranked noticeably higher or lower than they are in the regular polls due to the committee's resume-based approach.

Here are a few candidates (using the AP rankings).

No. 7 Wisconsin. Everybody loves Ethan Happ and the 21-3 Badgers, but they own just two wins over RPI top-50 foes, Minnesota and bubble team Tennessee. I have them as a five seed; I'd be surprised if they're much higher than No. 16.

No. 10 UCLA. Even with their exciting comeback win Thursday night over Oregon, the 22-3 Bruins own just three wins over at-large-caliber teams (Kentucky and Michigan are the others). They're on similar ground as Wisconsin.

No. 14 Florida State. The respect level out there for the 21-4 'Noles does not nearly match their impressive resume -- 8-1 vs. top 50, no sub-100 losses. They should be in the top half of the committee's top 16.

No. 22 Butler. The 19-5 Bulldogs have a lot of big wins (Villanova, Arizona, Cincinnati and Xavier) but also some bad losses (St. John's and Indiana State). There are enough of the former to merit being on a top-four seed line.

Tune in Saturday at 12:30 ET to see if I'm right about any or all of these.

A reminder: Selection Sunday is March 12, and the tourney begins March 14. The Final Four is April 1-3 in Phoenix.

* -- Denotes projected conference champion, automatic berth

This edition's bracket is East vs. West champions and Midwest vs. South champions in the national semifinals, based on the order of my No. 1 seeds.

BRACKET WATCH

LAST FOUR IN:

FIRST FOUR OUT: Wake Forest, Cal, Arkansas, Illinois State

NEXT FOUR OUT: Georgia Tech, Ohio State, Texas Tech, Providence

MULTIPLE BID CONFERENCES: ACC (10), Big Ten (8), Big 12 (7), Big East (6), SEC (4), Pac-12 (4), A-10 (2), American (2), WCC (2)