Rising Stars: Jordan GreenwayJordan Greenway is set to make U.S. Olympic history as he becomes the first African-American to make the U.S. Olympic Men's Ice Hockey Team.
Rising Stars: Troy TerryThe University of Denver stand out looks to help Team USA in their quest for gold.
Rising Stars: Chloe KimThe 17-year-old Las Palmas, CA native looks like the next big thing in women's snowboarding.
Rising Stars: Mikaela ShiffrinThe 22-year-old Colorado native won her first Olympic gold in Sochi at age 18. Four years later, she's looking to add a few more to the trophy case.
Rising Stars: Maame BineyThe 17-year-old Ghanaian born speed skater became a viral sensation after her performance at December's trials. She'll look to do the same in Pyeongchang.
Rising Star: Villanova Guard Phil BoothThe sophomore from Baltimore hit the second-biggest shot of the game for Villanova (it was, admittedly, a very distant second).
Rising Star: North Carolina Guard Joel BerrySteady and efficient, if not flashy, Berry could be a key tonight against Villanova. The sophomore point guard has recorded 18 assists and just one turnover in his last two games.
Rising Star: Syracuse Forward Tyler LydonIn the second half on Sunday, Lydon nailed a three off a pick-and-pop when his defender stayed with gunner Trevor Cooney, and swished a very deep three to cut the deficit to 58-55.
Rising Star: Oklahoma Forward Khadeem LattinThe Oklahoma Sooners’ strength is their perimeter shooting, but their secret weapon is 6’9” forward Khadeem Lattin
Rising Star: Seton Hall Guard Isaiah WhiteheadThe sophomore scored 70 points in three days—and added 19 rebounds and 17 assists—to lead Seton Hall to its first Big East title since 1993.
Rising Star: Wisconsin Forward Ethan HappEthan Happ, now a redshirt freshman, is a starter for Wisconsin averaging 11.9 points, 7.8 rebounds, and a Big Ten-leading 1.8 steals.
Wisconsin's Future In Good Hands With Bronson KoenigThree-year starter Traevon Jackson is graduating, but Wisconsin’s point guard spot is in good hands. When Jackson broke his foot in January, sophomore Bronson Koenig replaced him in the starting lineup and played well.