After a second round of thrilling buzzer-beaters, upsets and busted brackets, NBA scouts have taken notice of some special performances. A few players have raised their game to help lift their team past opening-round opponents, and others have gone down fighting the good fight, showing signs of their potential.
The good were very good, putting up great numbers and raising some eyebrows with their play. The bad were awful, with unimpressive showings and underachieving production.
We attempted to put together a list of both good news and bad news for these players, and will present them to you in a split. First, we will break the bad news for the players who were disappointing, then attempt to lighten the mood with those who raised their stock in the NCAA tournament.
That said, SwishScout.com presents the "Top 10 Players Who Helped or Hurt Their NBA Draft Stock."
Note: On most players, you can click their name or school to take you to a more detailed profile for a more extensive scouting report on the respective prospect.