Chris Bosh, Rodney Stuckey, George Hill, Eric Maynor, Stephen Curry, J.J. Hickson. What do these six all have in common? None of them played in the NCAA tournament the season before they entered the NBA Draft. Not a bad list.
While major college stars are typically able to take their teams to the NCAA tournament, it doesn't always happen. In Bosh and Hickson's situations, they were one-and-dones whose teams underachieved.
For the others, they were by far the best players on their respective teams, and one man shows don't always make it through conference tournaments especially when their resumes aren't top notch.
These 10 players, as of the games played through February 28th, are currently on teams not projected to make the tournament, or are injured and are unlikely to make an appearance. I've elected not to mention international players simply because I know nothing about them and have never seen them play nor have I read about them.