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59. Anthony Davis, Kentucky

Davis had one of the most dominating seasons we've seen from a freshman big man in quite some time. Kentucky was one step above everyone else in the country because it had Davis and no one else did. His ability to block and alter shots gave a loaded Wildcats team an added dimension that propelled its run to the championship in the 2012 NCAA tournament. Davis' presence was something to behold. He averaged 13.7 points, 12.3 rebounds and 4.8 blocks to help lead the Wildcats to their first national championship since 1998, and the first for head coach John Calipari. -- Andy Katz