With March Madness in full gear, I had the opportunity to speak with Miles Simon, a March Madness legend, who led the Arizona Wildcats to a national championship in 1997 while winning the tournament's Most Outstanding Player Award.
In Simon's first year as a Wildcat, he averaged 18.4 points, 4.1 rebounds and 4.2 rebounds per game. During the tournament, Simon led all scorers with 132 points. Simon's stellar play was a big reason why Arizona was able to win their first and only national championship.
If anyone knows about March Madness, it's Miles.