Rising Stars: Jordan GreenwayJordan Greenway is set to make U.S. Olympic history as he becomes the first African-American to make the U.S. Olympic Men's Ice Hockey Team.
Rising Stars: Troy TerryThe University of Denver stand out looks to help Team USA in their quest for gold.
Rising Stars: Chloe KimThe 17-year-old Las Palmas, CA native looks like the next big thing in women's snowboarding.
Rising Stars: Mikaela ShiffrinThe 22-year-old Colorado native won her first Olympic gold in Sochi at age 18. Four years later, she's looking to add a few more to the trophy case.
Rising Stars: Maame BineyThe 17-year-old Ghanaian born speed skater became a viral sensation after her performance at December's trials. She'll look to do the same in Pyeongchang.
Rising Star: Gonzaga Forward Zach CollinsZach Collins, Gonzaga's freshman forward, is a valuable sixth man on a balanced Bulldogs team that's favored in the Final Four.
Rising Star: Oregon Guard Tyler DorseyTyler Dorsey, Oregon's sophomore guard, has been on a scoring tear. Can he keep his Ducks flying against the Wolverines from Michigan?
Rising Star: South Carolina Forward Chris SilvaSophomore forward Chris Silva first played basketball in high school, now he's the key force behind the Gamecocks' run to the Sweet 16.
Rising Star: USC Forward Chimezie MetuSophomore forward Chimezie Metu, perhaps USC's most consistent player, earned the Pac-12’s Most Improved Player award this season.
Rising Star: SMU Guard Shake MiltonSophomore point guard Shake Milton led SMU to an AAC title and should keep his Mustangs playing deep into the NCAA Tournament.
Rising Star: Purdue Guard Carsen EdwardsFreshman Carsen Edwards, at six feet tall, can create his own shot and get in the lane better than any other Purdue perimeter player.
Rising Star: Villanova Guard Phil BoothThe sophomore from Baltimore hit the second-biggest shot of the game for Villanova (it was, admittedly, a very distant second).