March Madness has been exactly that—madness. All month, we have witnessed upset after upset, including a number 1 seed losing to a 16 seed for the second time in NCAA history. But alas, the dust has settled, and it is finally time for the 2023 Final Four weekend.

On the women's side, South Carolina is looking to advance to their second straight National Championship game. LSU will be looking to advance to it’s first title game since 2008.

For the men, San Diego State and Florida Atlantic University will face each other as both school’s look to advance to their first tournament final. And last but not least, UConn will face the University of Miami, hoping to advance to their first title game since 2014.

The 2023 Final Four is filled with plenty of talented players, but these four dynamic hoopers will be the ones to keep your eyes on during the semi-final and final games.

Aaliyah Boston

Boston is the driving force behind the defending champion South Carolina Gamecocks, and if they are to repeat, she will be the reason why. The 6’5 senior is a forward who has dominated college basketball since her freshman year. Her career accolades include being named a 3-time first-team All-American, a 4-time SEC defensive player of the year, a 2-time SEC player of the year, and 2022's Naismith Player Of The Year. This week, she was also named Naismith Defensive Player Of The Year for the second time. Not too shabby for the future number 1 draft pick.

Adama Sanogo

The most dominant player in the 2023 Final Four tournament is easily the University of Connecticut’s Adama Sanogo. Sanogo is a 6’9 junior who turned himself into an NBA prospect after leading the Huskies in points and rebounding during the season. During March Madness, Sanogo took his game to another level, including a 28 point and 13 rebound performance in the first round and a 24 point effort in the next. If the powerhouse can help lead his team to a national championship, his status as an NBA lottery pick in June will be cemented.

Angel Reese

Angel Reese transferred to LSU a year ago, and it was the perfect move for her. She averaged 23.2 points per game and 15.7 rebounds, which ranked fifth and second respectively in the country. She holds the SEC single-season record for double-doubles with 32 and broke LSU great Sylvia Fowles’ consecutive double-double streak in January. Throw in her 1.6 blocks per game, and she is without a doubt one of—if not the best—two-way player in all of college basketball. The self-proclaimed ‘Bayou Barbie’ has a chance to make even more history this weekend if she can lead the Tigers to their second ever National Championship appearance.

Johnell Davis

This year’s Cinderella story belongs to the Florida Atlantic University Owls, and they wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for their star Johnell Davis. They entered the tournament as a 9th seed and have dismantled every team in front of them during their 11-game win streak. Davis averaged 13.9 points during the season, and during the tournament, he took it up another notch. His standout game came against Farleigh Dickensen in the second round of March Madness, and he exploded for 29 points. If the Owls hope to beat the best defensive team— San Diego State—and reach their first national championship in program history, they will need another monster performance from Davis.