Big Ten (14)
Big 12 (10)
Pac 12 (12)
I think each of these teams get to 16 teams eventually.
I can see UNC, UVA, NCST, and maybe Duke being options for the Big Ten.
I can see VaTech, NCST being options for the SEC.
I can see Clemson, FSU, and Louisville being options for the Big 12.
I can see Boise State, BYU, San Diego St being options for the Pac 12.
I would imagine the ACC will attempt to quickly replace MD with UConn, and hope nobody else bolts.
If more ACC teams quickly jump, there is going to be a rush on what is left of that conference.
I don't see the Pac-12 adding Boise and doubtful with San Diego State. BYU is one I could see. But I don't think the Pac-12 is expanding, I'd say they are the least likely too because of their footprint. Only thing I could see is if the Big 12 dissolved, them taking some of the Texas schools.
I think Clemson and FSU are better possibilities for the SEC. That being said I can't see VT&NC St going to the Big 12, so that might be right. Louisville not so much, but they are probably a better fit there than either than anywhere else.
I think UVA is probably the most liekly for the Big 10. UNC I could see but I can't imagine them losing the rivalry with Duke. NC St and VTech might also work (UVA/VT could be similar to Michigan/Mich St).
Duke believe it or not, I could see in the SEC. A natural rivalry with Kentucky. And they could be on par with Vandy.