16. Sean May (2005)
A McDonald’s All-American coming out of High School, forward Sean May spurned the home town University of Indiana, and instead chose to play for Matt Doherty at the University of North Carolina.
In his junior year at Chapel Hill, May helped lead the Tar Heels to their fourth National Championship, defeating the University of Illinois in the final game of the 2005 NCAA Tournament.
After being named a second-team All-American that season, he was also named the NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player.