To start things off bright and early in the morning, our Silver Screen and Roll Draft Board's number five prospect, Willie Cauley-Stein, nearly killed two two Cincinnati Bearcats:
Look at the camera guy zoom in on Cauley-Stein's poor victim! That is how you know it was bad.
But the real star of the day (at least from a vine-able highlights perspective), was Ohio State's D'Angelo Russell, our writer's number 4 prospect. First, he set Twitter ablaze with this quote from earlier in the week, but relayed on the broadcast by sideline reporter Rachel Nichols:
D'Angelo Russell jokes about why he wears the number he does: "Zero people can guard me, that's probably what it was." Brilliant.— Tim Shoemaker (@TimShoemaker) March 11, 2015
While that notion was proven somewhat misguided by Russell only converting 3 of his 19 shots on the day, you have to admire the kid's confidence.
The other thing you have to admire? His no-look passes:
If that's not your style, Russell also has the off the catch pocket pass in his arsenal:
How about splitting two defenders to hit a cutter in stride for the dunk?
Russell may not have shot a great or even average percentage, but dimes like these (6 in the contest) and leading his team in rebounds with 7, show that he is a real prospect who is able to affect the game not only with his scoring, potentially a steal at picks 3 or 4.
Who has caught your eye during the Madness? Which one of these two would you rather have on the Lakers? Let us know in the comments below.