Europeans to watch in NCAA March Madness

19/Mar/19 12:05 March 19, 2019

Giannis Askounis

19/Mar/19 12:05

What do 26 colleges of the 2019 NCAA Division I Tournament have in common?

By John Askounis/

Numerous matches all around the United States from the beginning of the 2018-19 season resulted to the best time of the NCAA season. Thirty-two colleges earned an automatic tournament bid winning their conference championship and a total of sixty-eight made out the postseason field. The 2019 NCAA Division I Tournament featuring the most of the next generation’s top talents is set to begin Tuesday night.

Among all the young upstarts ready to shine, thirty-seven are from Europe. France has the most representatives with five. Serbia and Great Britain follow with four each. The European bunch carries brothers of professional players, sons of former stars, NBA prospects and many more young athletes that have the opportunity to showcase their abilities at the highest level of competition for players of their age.

Looking for the next European NBA star, don’t search any further. Eurohoops gathered every European player of the NCAA tournament all of them prepared to extend their March Madness campaign until April 8th and the National Championship Final at Minneapolis.