We're currently enjoying an exciting era of college basketball. An era in which 18 and 19-year-old freshmen, many of whom are just months removed from attending prom and counting basket weaving as a course credit, can become the face of the sport in a matter of months. Last year, it was Duke freshmen Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett making their respective marks as superstar teenagers. Before them, it was Trae Young at Oklahoma, Lonzo Ball at UCLA, Anthony Davis at Kentucky and ... well, you get the picture. The list of successful one-and-done players is a lengthy one.