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53. Stephen Curry, Davidson

The super-scoring son of former NBA standout Dell Curry led the 10th-seed Wildcats to upset after upset in the 2008 NCAA tournament -- scoring 40 against Gonzaga, 30 against Georgetown, and 33 against Wisconsin en route to the Elite Eight. There, the sophomore scored 25 in a two-point loss to eventual NCAA champion Kansas, and Davidson fans may always wonder what might have happened if Curry could have escaped a Jayhawks double-team at the end of the game, and been able to hoist the last shot instead of passing to a teammate. In 2009, he became the seventh overall pick in the NBA draft. -- Robbi Pickeral