March Madness has already had its fair share of upsets and outstanding performances, but once the Sweet 16 arrives, the truly elite begin to separate themselves from the rest of the pack.
Amongst the upsets were Norfolk State over Missouri and Lehigh over Duke, and both No. 15 seeds were led by superstars (Kyle O'Quinn and C.J. McCollum, respectively). While neither team advanced to the Sweet 16, plenty of other elite players did.
Some players, including Anthony Davis, Jae Crowder, Jared Sullinger and Tyler Zeller, will certainly play great for their teams. Plenty of others have flown somewhat under the radar during the month of March.
These four players will emerge in the Sweet 16 and be incredibly important to their teams in the next set of NCAA tournament games.