With the Madness that is March, college basketball fever has officially taken its course throughout cubicles, car radios, cell phones and televisions.
Players like Draymond Green, Jared Sullinger, Harrison Barnes and Anthony Davis lead the way into what is possibly the greatest three weeks of sports all year.
So while the players play, I thought it'd be fun to suppose what the college basketball landscape would have been like had all the player who jumped directly from high school, been forced to attend at least one year in college.
If my memory serves me correctly, the "one-and-done" rule was put in place in 2006, and up until that point, several all-stars never made an appearance in a college arena.
Here's a look at how these players could have affected college basketball.