5 Most Dangerous Players in the 2014 Final Four

5 Most Dangerous Players in the 2014 Final Four

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The 2014 NCAA Tournament has been long on drama and great performances. That should continue at the Final Four, where Florida, Connecticut, Kentucky and Wisconsin converge on North Texas to decide this year's national championship. Every team has a standout player, and here are the five most dangerous players in this year's edition of the Final Four.

5. Aaron Harrison, Kentucky Wildcats

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5. Aaron Harrison, Kentucky Wildcats

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You could really take either Aaron or Andrew Harrison here; both have played great at times. Aaron Harrison hit the game-winning three-pointer in Kentucky's Midwest Regional final win over Michigan on Sunday. He is third on the Wildcats in scoring, shooting 80 percent from the free-throw line and 35 percent from three-point range.

4. Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin Badgers

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4. Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin Badgers

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A 7-foot junior forward, Kaminsky may not be the most dangerous player in the Final Four but he surely is the most versatile. With range out to 21 or 22 feet, Kaminsky has to be guarded all over the floor and that will cause problems for Kentucky's defense in Saturday's national semifinal. Kaminsky hits 38 percent from three-point range.

3. Scottie Wilbekin, Florida Gators

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3. Scottie Wilbekin, Florida Gators

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Wilbekin is the guy who will make the shot whenever the Gators need it during this Final Four. He averages 13.4 points and a bit fewer than four assists per game. His overall shooting percentage may only be 41 percent, but at key times Wilbekin will make the key play play and hit the key shot that Florida needs.

2. Shabazz Napier, Connecticut Huskies

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2. Shabazz Napier, Connecticut Huskies

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Napier has drawn many comparisons to former UConn standout Kemba Walker who almost single-handedly led the Huskies to the 2011 national championship. A No. 7 seed in the East Region, many thought it would take a similar performance by Napier to match that feet this year. Napier averages 18 points, six rebounds and five assists per game along with an amazing 86 percent from the line.

1. Julius Randle, Kentucky Wildcats

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1. Julius Randle, Kentucky Wildcats

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Randle is the most dangerous player in the Final Four because he is a man. If the Wildcats win the national championship, Randle will be The Man. He is unstoppable in the post when he's on, has a variety of moves and is tremendously hard to guard. Randle had 16 points and 11 rebounds in the win over Michigan on Sunday. Randle has 63 points (15.8 PPG) and 48 rebounds (12 RPG) in the NCAA Tournament.

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