North Carolina basketball has seen more ups and downs than the New York Stock Exchange.
The 2012-13 Tar Heels are loaded with raw talent, but lack experience, leadership and consistency on the floor. That has led to UNC's disappointing 10-4 (0-1 ACC) start to the season.
At times, this squad's future looks darker, colder and lonelier than outer space. But it isn't without a few shining stars casting a warm light on the program.
It would be easy label everyone's stock—with the exception of Reggie Bullock—down after the conference-opening loss to UVA. That isn't what this article is about, though.
The stock of each player is not determined by how they played in the most recent game. Rather, it's a measurement of their value in relation to their preseason accolades (or lack thereof) and how they have performed throughout the season.
Let's take a look at the Tar Heel market.