With more than 350 teams playing at the Division I level, college basketball probably has the highest percentage of schools that could garner the label of a "sleeper," an under-the-radar team that has the skills and ability to knock off more well-known foes.
However, we find most of those unknown entities at the mid- and low-major level, in conferences to which most of us don't start paying attention until it's time to think about filling out a bracket.
But what about in the major conferences? Can a team from a power league, the ones that get the majority of the NCAA tournament berths, be considered a sleeper?
To quote Sarah Palin, you betcha.
Here's our list of the sleepers to watch (one apiece) for each of Division I's seven major college basketball conferences.