Before "One Shining Moment" had even finished playing at the conclusion of the 2014 NCAA men's basketball tournament, we had already begun mentally shifting gears to the offseason and thoughts of which players helped and hurt their NBA draft stock in the tournament.
As a point of full disclosure, I am by no means an NBA draft expert. (Based on my predictions throughout the tournament, I hardly even qualify as a college basketball expert anymore.) I'll certainly watch the draft on June 26, but I have no clue who needs what or which attributes are most valuable this year.
In lieu of that, I'm approaching this piece from a "Which players raised the most questioning eyebrows about their abilities to compete at a professional level?" perspective.
For the majority of these guys, they could have shot 0-of-12 from the field and committed 15 turnovers without moving the needle too far in the wrong direction. A bad game doesn't undo a great 32-game season any more than a single poor outing ruins a starting pitcher's chance at a Cy Young.
But let's just say that if you were on the fence about these players before the tournament, they didn't do much to convince you of their impending stardom.