1. Christian Laettner: Believe it or not it's been 21 years since Grant Hill threw a length-of-the-floor pass to Laettner, who turned and scored to stun Kentucky in an Elite Eight showdown.
2. Mario Chalmers: Capping a late-game rally against Memphis, Chalmers took one dribble and drained a well-defended 3-pointer to force overtime. Kansas cashed in to win the national title.
3. Bryce Drew: Teammate Bill Jenkins intentionally tipped a 60-foot pass to Drew, who made a last-second 3 pointer to lift No. 13 seeded Valparaiso past Ole Miss in Oklahoma City.
4. U.S. Reed: The unofficial moment “March Madness” is born. Arkansas' prayer is answered when Reed sinks a 50-foot buzzer-beater to eliminate defending national champion Louisville.
5. Tynus Edney: Driving the length of the floor in 4.8 seconds, Edney banked in a game-winner against Missouri in an Elite Eight matchup. The UCLA Bruins go on to win the national title.
6. Keith Smart: Syracuse did a solid job keeping Indiana star Steve Alford in check, but Smart rescued the Hoosiers, sinking a 17-footer in the final seconds of the 1987 national title game.
7. Rip Hamilton: After UConn missed two shots, Hamilton chased down a loose ball. A desperation, fall-away 8-footer lifted the Huskies past Washington in a Sweet 16 matchup.
8. Michael Jordan: His defining moment at North Carolina is his freshman season when Jordan makes a late-game, 16-footer in the 1992 national title game that gives coach Dean Smith his first national title.
9. Northwestern State: Jermaine Wallace ran down an offensive rebound in the corner and miraculously hit a desperation 3-pointer to cap the Demons' rally from a 17-point deficit against No. 3 seed Iowa.
10. Danny Ainge: In a Sweet 16 matchup against Notre Dame, Ainge drove the length of the floor, dribbled behind his back and drained a game-winning floater in the lane to lift BYU.
11. Tate George: Similar to Laettner's play, George caught an 80-foot pass, turned and drained a 15-foot baseline jumper to lift Connecticut past Clemson in a Sweet 16 matchup.
12. Mike Miller: Years before he was a sharpshooter on Miami's 2012 NBA title team, Miller charged into the lane and made a leaning 10-footer to help Florida spoil Butler's upset bid in a 2000 first-round game.