14. Magic Johnson, Michigan State
Magic played only two years at Michigan State, but man, were they memorable. Magic Johnson led the Spartans to the Elite Eight as a freshman, but in 1979 he took them all the way to the title. Johnson averaged 22 points, 9 rebounds, and 10 assists that tournament and had one of only two Final Four triple doubles all time en route to winning Most Outstanding Player, but it was the final that everyone will remember forever.
There Magic faced off against tiny Indiana State and Larry Bird in the most watched game in college basketball history. Magic put up 17 points, 13 boards, and 10 assists to lead Michigan State to victory in a game that changed college basketball forever. It would be the beginning of a beautiful lifelong rivalry between Magic and Bird.