Duke's search for Tyus Jones' replacement begins

As Duke's title-winning season came to a close last week, the biggest question moving forward centered around how much Duke would have to rebuild for 2015-16.

After Jahlil Okafor and Justise Winslow departed, the final answer to the question was made on Wednesday, as Tyus Jones announced he, too, was going to the NBA draft after just one season.

While Duke will certainly be reloading for next season, it's not akin to Kentucky's situation, which saw seven players leave early. The Blue Devils have fewer holes to fill.

In Okafor's place will be five-star big man Chase Jeter (No. 9 in ESPN 100), while Rice transfer Sean Obi becomes eligible. Amile Jefferson and Marshall Plumlee are also back up front. It's certainly a downgrade, but Duke isn't lacking for bodies down low.