12. Tyler Hansbrough (2008)
Few players are more remembered — and probably more hated — than former University of North Carolina forward Tyler Hansbrough, infamously known by college fans all over the nation as “Psycho T.”
The first player in NCAA history to be named First-Team All-ACC and First-Team All-American four times during his college career, Hansbrough helped the Tar Heels win the NCAA Tournament in 2009, during his senior season.
However, one could argue that his best season might’ve been his junior year, when he averaged 22.6 points and 10.2 rebounds per game, becoming the first player in a decade to lead the ACC in both statistical categories, and the third UNC basketball player in 30 years to average a double-double at season’s end.