Not every basketball player receives the amount of credit he deserves -- you could ask the Jeremy Lin of two weeks ago how that worked out. In college, it's even more pronounced, as players on smaller teams can get lost in the shuffle. As part of our BracketBusters coverage, we're letting you pick the most under-the-radar player in all of college basketball, so you can help give credit where it's due. Who gets your vote?
The Under-the-Radar Player Nominees
Isaiah Canaan, Murray State: Canaan has led Murray State to a possible bid in the NCAA tournament, averaging 19.6 points per game. Canaan's best game was an explosion against Southern Mississippi, where he dropped 36 points in a double-overtime win.
Damian Lillard, Weber State: Lillard's deadly shooting has been a boon for Weber State -- he's averaging 25.1 points per game and is hitting 45 percent of his shots from beyond the arc. Lillard has scored 40 or more points twice this season, and 30 or more seven times.
Scott Machado, Iona: Machado is averaging a low double-double this season for the Iona College Gaels. He's put up 13.2 points per contest and (perhaps more importantly) an even 10 assists. Machado had a triple-double in a win against Marist on Sunday.
Casper Ware, LBSU Casper Ware led the 49ers against an incredibly tough non-conference schedule and didn't back down from big-name opponents. Ware scored 29 points at North Carolina, 28 against Pitt, and 27 points at San Diego State.
Nate Wolters, South Dakota State Wolters is a solid contributor in all aspects of the offensive game -- he's averaging 21 points a night to go along with five rebounds and six assists. Wolters has two double-doubles this season and has put up 30 or more points four times.