Creighton was predicted as a No. 3 seed in Sports Illustrated's latest bracketology. In ESPN's latest bracketology, the Jays were projected as a No. 4 seed.
In SI's bracket, CU was projected to face 14th-seeded Monmouth in the East region.
Creighton's bracket would be interesting if it came to fruition. Villanova is predicted to be the top seed in the East. With North Carolina, Duke and Oregon, led by former CU coach Dana Altman, as the No. 2, 3 and 4 seeds, respectively.
"Keep an eye on Creighton, however, which lost senior point guard Maurice Watson Jr. for the season to a torn ACL," SI's Michael Beller wrote. "The Bluejays lost their first game without Watson, falling at home to Marquette. This remains a seriously talented team, but they’re going to have to find a way to steady themselves after losing their leader. They have a good chance to get right against Georgetown and DePaul this week."
Kansas, Gonzaga and Baylor were the other top seeds. Butler (No. 4 seed), Xavier (No. 6), Marquette (No. 10) and Seton Hall (No. 11 play-in game) joined the Bluejays and Wildcats in representing the Big East.
You can see the full Sports Illustrated bracket here.
ESPN has the Jays facing No. 13 seed Valparaiso, currently 16-4, in the Midwest region.
The Kansas Jayhawks are the No. 1 seed in the Midwest region, joined by Arizona and Louisville as the No. 2 and 3 seeds, respectively.
Villanova, Baylor and Kentucky were the other top seeds in ESPN's bracket.