Now that we have finally reached the Final Four, is has become much easier to answer the all-important question: who is the best player left in the tournament?
At this point in the Big Dance, it is a given that each squad is exceptional as a team. But when you begin looking at individual players, certain players rise above the competition as unique talents.
Take Michigan’s Trey Burke, who reminded everyone why he is the best point guard in the country when he sunk a three against Kansas to send the Sweet 16 game to overtime on Friday night.
Wichita State has been lifted by the outstanding play of Cleanthony Early and Malcolm Armstead. Syracuse and Louisville both have a plethora of Big East talent on their rosters.
Keep in mind that this has nothing to do with the talent level of each Final Four team. Just because you have the best individual players does not guarantee you any victories. Just ask teams like Indiana or Kansas.
That said, all of these players are stars who have shined brightly in March. Some of these guys just happen to have dazzled a little more than others.