Only one senior (Michigan State's Draymond Green) has been a first-team All-American in the last two seasons.
If the first two months of the season are any indication, the old guys could buck that trend this year.
The freshmen were the story coming in and they're still a big part of this college basketball season, but the seniors have been more impressive as a whole. It shouldn't really be a surprise that guys with experience are outplaying the newbies, but it's hard to believe that are five seniors and two freshmen in the top 10 of the Player of the Year rankings.
Every one of these seniors has evolved his game and is making money for himself based off his play this year. In an era when everyone is in a hurry to get paid as soon as possible, it's pleasant to see.
10 to Watch: Chaz Williams, UMass; C.J. Fair, Syracuse; Jordan Clarkson, Missouri; T.J. Warren, North Carolina State; Nick Johnson, Arizona; Spencer Dinwiddie, Colorado; Kyle Anderson, UCLA; Rodney Hood, Duke; Jahii Carson, Arizona State; Aaron Gordon, Arizona.