For the first time this season, the NCAA the 16 teams that would occupy the top spots entering March Madness if the 2020-21 season ended today.

The Top 16 overall seeds were revealed Saturday on CBS. Alabama, Tennessee and Mizzou were the three SEC teams to make the cut.

Alabama is the highest-ranked of the bunch. The NCAA has the Crimson Tide at No. 7 overall and a two-seed in Region 1. Nate Oats’ squad is slotted in the same region as Gonzaga, Oklahoma and Iowa.

Tennessee is a three-seed in Region 2 as the No. 11 overall seed. The Vols are accompanied by Baylor, Illinois and Texas.

Mizzou is No. 16 overall, a four-seed in Region 4. Michigan, Houston and West Virginia occupy the top spots of that region.

All three teams are in action Saturday. Tennessee at LSU is set for a 2 p.m. ET tip, airing on ESPN. Alabama hosts Georgia, a game set for 3:30 p.m. ET on the SEC Network. Mizzou hosts Arkansas at 4 p.m. ET, a contest airing on ESPN2.