One of the extraordinary features of March Madness is that we are introduced to a whole collection of talented teams and players that most of us didn't know before Selection Sunday.
We find out about the Kyle O'Quinns, the C.J. McCollums and the D.J Coopers of the college hoops world.
But we are also shown players who have big-time reputations, but who don't always deliver big-time results.
The tag "overrated" doesn't mean that a player is horrible. Not at all. If these players were actually horrible, no one would regard them as being good in the first place, let alone exaggerate their talent.
Overrated simply means that someone's merits and accomplishments are overvalued. Or, in other words, "their name is bigger than their game."
Here is a power ranking of the three most overrated players left in March Madness.
Let's look at who's on the medal stand.