13. Bill Bradley, Princeton
The future U.S. Senator and presidential candidate dominated college basketball long before he took his talents to Washington D.C. While at Princeton, Bradley led the Tigers to three consecutive NCAA tournament berths, including a run to the Final Four in 1965. He couldn't help Princeton beat Michigan in the semifinals, but he scored a jaw-dropping 58 in the third-place game against Wichita State, still the most points scored by a single player at the Final Four. He was named the tournament's most outstanding player. In nine NCAA tournament games, he averaged 33.7 points per game. Imagine if he could have played as a freshman.
-- Dana O'Neil