College basketball has been devoid of a true superstar this season, and the nation is taking notice.
Last season we had Anthony Davis, arguably one of the greatest stat sheet stuffers to ever play college ball.
The year before that Jimmer Fredette lit up defenses with ease.
Transcendent college stars Adam Morrison and J.J. Reddick competed for the scoring title while simultaneously playing Halo 2.
Who, then, are we to look at and admire today? Who is the best in the business?
With the nation turning its attention from college football to college basketball, five of the nation’s best potential superstars stepped into the spotlight and shined.