NCAA Tournament 2014: Top 5 Players in the Final Four

Top 5 Players in the Final Four

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There is so much talent on the final four teams in the Final Four. What a surprise. We will be looking at the top five players. All five of these players could lead their team to victory. There can certainly be cases made for other players and the actual ordering of these five, but they are all amazing to say the least.

5. Aaron Harrison, Kentucky

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5. Aaron Harrison, Kentucky

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Kentucky has a bunch of talent. Most of the Wildcats’ players could enter the 2014 NBA Draft after all. However, Aaron Harrison is one of the best players on the team and he has really been showing off his talent in the dance.

He did make the game-winning shot against Michigan last game and he is averaging 16 points per contest in the tourney.

4. Scottie Wilbekin, Florida

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4. Scottie Wilbekin, Florida

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Scottie Wilbekin could easily be No. 1 on this list. He is one of the best defenders in the sport, he is clutch and his offensive game isn’t too shabby.

3. Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin

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3. Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin

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Frank Kaminsky sure has been getting a lot of love as of late. He deserves it. The 7-footer can hit threes. The big man hit three threes last game. He is a mismatch nightmare at the college level. He did score 28 points and grabbed 11 boards against No. 1 seed Arizona.

2. Julius Randle, Kentucky

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2. Julius Randle, Kentucky

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Julius Randle has not only been one of the best freshman this season, he has been one of the best players as well. He is a huge force in the paint and he will literally move people out of the way just to get two points. Randle is also a double-double machine and has one in every single game of the tourney so far.

1. Shabazz Napier, Connecticut

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1. Shabazz Napier, Connecticut

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Shabazz Napier is No. 1 on this list because Connecticut would be lost without him. He puts up big numbers in the scoring department, sets up his teammates left and right and can also rebound the ball at a pretty high rate.

Did I mention he is clutch and an All-American?

Trevor Lowry is a Senior Writer and Copy Editor at RantSports.com. If you’re a tweeter feel free to follow him @TheTrevorLowry or add him to your network on Google.

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