March Madness: Players to Watch for the Final Brackets

Noah Vonley, Jabari Parker and more are big standouts.

The Road to March Madness - With March Madness right around the corner, everyone is putting in their bets as to who will be the Men?s NCAA players to watch. From Noah Vonley to Jabari Parker, check out this list of players who could take their teams to the Big Dance. ? Dominique Zony?? (@DominiqueZonyee)(Photos: Grant Halverson/Getty Images; Rich Barnes/Getty Images; Eric Francis/Getty Images)

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The Road to March Madness - With March Madness right around the corner, everyone is putting in their bets as to who will be the Men’s NCAA players to watch. From Noah Vonley to Jabari Parker, check out this list of players who could take their teams to the Big Dance. — Dominique Zonyéé (@DominiqueZonyee)(Photos: Grant Halverson/Getty Images; Rich Barnes/Getty Images; Eric Francis/Getty Images)

Noah Vonley, Indiana University - Big Ten Freshman of the Year, Indiana University power forward Noah Vonley, is only 18 years old and he is already making headlines for the NBA draft watch. At 6?10??, he is an all-around player who can shoot from the outside and drive to the basket. He put on an amazing show all season long and shined in the Big Ten as the best rebounder at 8.8 per game.(Photo: Rich Barnes/Getty Images)

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Noah Vonley, Indiana University - Big Ten Freshman of the Year, Indiana University power forward Noah Vonley, is only 18 years old and he is already making headlines for the NBA draft watch. At 6’10’’, he is an all-around player who can shoot from the outside and drive to the basket. He put on an amazing show all season long and shined in the Big Ten as the best rebounder at 8.8 per game.(Photo: Rich Barnes/Getty Images)

NCAA Championship Week - It?s that time of the year when offices, friends and family attempt the almost impossible: trying to figure out who will fill the 16 spots for the NCAA men?s basketball tournament. So far it?s anyone?s game, as Ohio State, Michigan, Duke and more are fighting for the No. 1 spot in the brackets. How do you think your favorite teams will place on Sunday when the official brackets are revealed?(Photo: Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

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Jabari Parker, Duke University - One of the most consistent rookies in the conference, freshman guard Jabari Parker is clearly Duke’s shining star. Parker leads Duke’s offense, and if that’s not enough to make you pay attention, he ended the season with a record high of 30 points against North Carolina.(Photo: Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

11. Denver Nuggets ? Doug McDermottGrade: B - The Denver Nuggets selected Creighton small forward Doug McDermott before trading him and Anthony Randolph to the Chicago Bulls for center Jusuf Nurkic, Gary Harris and a 2015 second-round pick. Just goes to show you how bad the Bulls wanted him, and for good reason. McDermott, at 6-foot-7 and 225 pounds, stayed all four years of school and scored 3,150 career points in college, hitting 55 percent of his shots. The Bulls are confident he can come in and contribute now. As for Denver, it got a bundle of talent. Win-win.(Photo: Eric Francis/Getty Images)

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Doug McDermott, Creighton University - The Creighton Bluejays can go a long way with senior forward Doug “McBuckets.” McDermott leads the nation with scoring at 26.5 points per game while shooting better than 50 percent from the field. He also is the eighth person in men's Division I basketball history to reach the 3,000-point mark by scoring 45 points in the Senior Night game.(Photo: Eric Francis/Getty Images)

Kyle Anderson, UCLA - Leading the Bruins men?s team in rebounds, blocks and assists, sophomore Kyle Anderson averages about 15 points a game. Anderson?s versatility as a well-rounded player will definitely keep all eyes on him.(Photo: William Mancebo/Getty Images)

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Kyle Anderson, UCLA - Leading the Bruins men’s team in rebounds, blocks and assists, sophomore Kyle Anderson averages about 15 points a game. Anderson’s versatility as a well-rounded player will definitely keep all eyes on him.(Photo: William Mancebo/Getty Images)

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Branden Dawson, Michigan State - Arguably the underdog at Michigan State, junior guard Branden Dawson is a force to be reckoned with. After missing nine games due to a hand injury, Dawson came back to improve the Spartans defense. He isn?t afraid to go for steals, battle for rebounds or box out in the paint. His fearlessness is just what the Spartans need to advance in the tournament.(Photo: Leon Halip/Getty Images)

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Branden Dawson, Michigan State - Arguably the underdog at Michigan State, junior guard Branden Dawson is a force to be reckoned with. After missing nine games due to a hand injury, Dawson came back to improve the Spartans defense. He isn’t afraid to go for steals, battle for rebounds or box out in the paint. His fearlessness is just what the Spartans need to advance in the tournament.(Photo: Leon Halip/Getty Images)

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Nic Moore, Southern Methodist University - All-American first team sophomore point guard Nic Moore is the leader Southern Methodist University needs to make it to the Final Four. At 5’9’’ and averaging 14.2 points, 4.6 assists, 2.1 rebounds and 1.3 steals per game, Moore doesn’t let his size prevent him from driving to basket.(Photo: Cooper Neill/Getty Images)

Bryce Cotton, Providence College - The Big East's second-leading scorer senior guard Bryce Cotton is Providence. The Friars, who rely heavily on scoring, can count on Cotton to put numbers on the board. He averages 39.9 minutes per game and scores an average of 21.5 points per game.(Photo: AP Photo/AJ Mast)

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Bryce Cotton, Providence College - The Big East's second-leading scorer senior guard Bryce Cotton is Providence. The Friars, who rely heavily on scoring, can count on Cotton to put numbers on the board. He averages 39.9 minutes per game and scores an average of 21.5 points per game.(Photo: AP Photo/AJ Mast)

Nick Kellogg, Ohio State - Doug McDermott isn?t the only one is in the record books for his shooting abilities. Senior guard Nick Kellogg is the all-time leading 3-point shooter (277) in Ohio State history.  He is showing out at the Mid-Atlantic Conference as he became Player of the Week three times.(Photo: Eamon Queeney/Columbus Dispatch/MCT/LANDOV)

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Nick Kellogg, Ohio State - Doug McDermott isn’t the only one is in the record books for his shooting abilities. Senior guard Nick Kellogg is the all-time leading 3-point shooter (277) in Ohio State history.  He is showing out at the Mid-Atlantic Conference as he became Player of the Week three times.(Photo: Eamon Queeney/Columbus Dispatch/MCT/LANDOV)