March has come and gone, but the madness that comes with NCAA basketball is still very much alive. But what happens when that dies down?
For some college players, the NCAA tournament, the Final Four or just the conclusion of their season in general is the absolute end. For others, it's just the beginning.
After collegiate-level basketball, the NBA and the lavishly exciting lifestyle that goes with it awaits a select few.
Though the results a player's college team yields doesn't have everything (or sometimes anything) to do with their professional potential, it's intriguing to see what kind of products specific schools have housed in the past.
Like the only four remaining teams in the NCAA tournament.
We all know that Syracuse and Michigan have nurtured an assortment of premier talent, but who tops their list of most impressive past prospects? And what about Wichita and Louisville, what noteworthy ballers have they contributed?
With the college basketball season nearing completion, there's never been a better time for a brief history lesson on the four teams that currently stand alone.
*All stats used in this article were compiled from Basketball-Reference, Synergy Sports, 82games.com and NBA.com unless otherwise noted.