With early NBA departures the rule rather than the exception, impact seniors have become a rare breed in college basketball. In 2013-14, though, an unusually talented crop of fourth-year stars has a great chance to buck that trend.
For the third year in a row, Ohio State’s Aaron Craft is going to be the most explosive perimeter defender in the college game. Of course, if his late-game heroics in the 2013 postseason are any indication, he’s also in for a pretty impressive year on the offensive end of the floor.
Read on for more on the Buckeyes floor leader and 19 more of the most impressive members of next year’s senior class, ranked according to potential as well as performance.