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6. Patrick Ewing, Georgetown

In the early 1980s, it was almost unheard-of for a freshman to start, much less star, for Georgetown. Patrick Ewing, though, did both during a 1981-82 season in which the Hoyas reached the NCAA title game, where they lost to a North Carolina squad led by Michael Jordan and James Worthy, despite Ewing's 23 points and 11 rebounds. Ewing would lead the Hoyas to two more championship game appearances in his collegiate career, winning the title with a victory over Houston in 1984 -- where he was named the Most Outstanding Player at the Final Four -- and falling to Villanova in 1985. -- Jason King