College stars don't always get drafted. The current trend, it seems, is for teams to draft foreign players; players with minimal risk and a high upside. Undrafted collegiate stars are numerous, and every year there are players that could have been drafted and no one would bat an eye.
However, each season, there are former undrafted players that are making a name for themselves. The most notable and recent undrafted player that is now a household name is Jeremy Lin. He had a strong career at Harvard, averaging over 15 points per game and shooting over 50 percent in his final two seasons.
That was not enough for Lin to be drafted, but his success shows that a draft pick does not determine NBA success.
Here, we'll look at five successful college basketball players that will find a way to make an impact in the NBA.