NCAA Tournament Sweet 16: Top remaining reserves
Few teams make the sweet 16 based on the performance of the starters alone, so we're looking at some of the top reserves who have helped their teams advance to the regional semis.
Let's run down some of the top reserves who have helped their teams advance to the regional semifinals, and what they bring to the floor:
Nigel Hayes, Wisconsin: The freshman forward has provided a major boost off the bench for long stretches this season. He's a player who can score with his back to the basket.
Naz Long, Iowa State: Iowa State wouldn't be in the Sweet 16 without Long's outside shooting; he's hit clutch shot after clutch shot this season for the Cyclones.
Dwayne Polee, San Diego State: Polee has developed into a necessary second scorer for the Aztecs. Has put up 15 points and six boards in each of the tourney games.
Vee Sanford, Dayton: Part of what makes Dayton so good is its bench – and Sanford is the best option off the pine for head coach Archie Miller.
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