The latest AP Top 25 poll is out, and voters rewarded Duke for a strong finish to capture the ACC Tournament.

Duke made the biggest jump in the final poll after it beat Virginia for the ACC Tournament title. The Blue Devils climbed 9 spots to No. 12, the highest the Blue Devils have been since the third week of the season. First-year coach Jon Scheyer has them seeded 5th in the East in the NCAA Tournament.

Virginia slipped a spot to No. 14, and Miami fell 2 spots to No. 16.

Those teams and Pitt were selected to the 68-team event, which opens Tuesday with the First Four games in Dayton, Ohio, as Pitt will take on Mississippi State.

Across the country, the Big 12 had 2 teams in the top 5 and 5 in the Top 25. The league has 7 schools heading to the NCAA Tournament after Oklahoma State was left on the bubble.

The SEC, which tied the Big Ten for the most NCAA bids with 8, had 4 teams in the final Top 25. The Big East joined the ACC with 3 apiece, though the Big East had two in the top 10 and the leading ACC team was Duke at No. 12.