It's every young kid's aspiration to become a professional athlete in any sport. Whether it's baseball, basketball, football, hockey, tennis or another sport, it's safe to say when we were all toddlers and preteens, we all wanted to be like Michael Jordan, Ken Griffey Jr. or Wayne Gretzky.
Now for most of the "kids" that are participating in March Madness, their dreams can become a reality.
It can also hurt them as well. If a player fails to advance his team deeper into the tourney, his stock may fall. Right now, for some players, their careers and futures lie in the hands of the NCAA tournament.
Every year we go through this. We check out players just like we check out meat at the butcher shop and see which ones are the best. But who will be the No. 1 overall pick in the next NBA draft?
Here it is—in no particular order, seven players who we'll see in the NBA next season.