In a sport featuring a bewildering variety of defenses, some NCAA basketball players specialize in reducing the game to its simplest form: one man with the ball and one man trying to stop him. When these top-tier scoring threats can face down a single defender without help, the results end up on highlight reels.
One surprise addition to the upper echelons in 2013-14 was Kansas State’s Marcus Foster. Under the radar as a recruit, the 6’2” Wildcat quickly found himself over the rim as one of the top freshman scorers in the nation, thanks in large measure to a toughness that belies his size.
Read on for a closer look at Foster’s imposing skill set, along with nine more players who demand multiple defenders whenever they get the ball in their hands. Note that in the interest of focusing on scorers who have proven themselves at the college level, incoming freshmen were omitted from consideration for this list.