Freshmen haven't just been among the best individual players in college basketball in 2013-14—they've been integral parts of many of the best teams. Kentucky, where almost the entire rotation consists of first-year talent, is the most obvious example, but plenty of other Top 25 powers are depending on frosh in vital roles.
One who's grabbing more and more of the spotlight is point guard Tyler Ennis of No. 2 Syracuse. The Orange's floor leader runs hot-and-cold like few others, but when he's on his, game he's been one of the most dangerous perimeter players in the nation.
Herein, a closer look at Ennis and the rest of the 20 most impressive freshmen from around the country this season.