The NCAA is loaded with talent this year, and the Midwest Bracket is no different. NBA scouts will flock to games featuring players such as Evan Turner, Sherron Collins, Greg Monroe, and Kalin Lucas.
Kansas has the No. 1 seed, but is far from a lock with the teams it will have to face on its way to Indianapolis. Tennessee, Michigan State, Georgetown, Maryland, and Ohio State all have the talent to knock off the top-seeded Jayhawks during March Madness.