Rising Stars: Jordan GreenwayJordan Greenway is set to make U.S. Olympic history as he becomes the first African-American to make the U.S. Olympic Men's Ice Hockey Team.
Rising Stars: Troy TerryThe University of Denver stand out looks to help Team USA in their quest for gold.
Rising Stars: Chloe KimThe 17-year-old Las Palmas, CA native looks like the next big thing in women's snowboarding.
Rising Stars: Mikaela ShiffrinThe 22-year-old Colorado native won her first Olympic gold in Sochi at age 18. Four years later, she's looking to add a few more to the trophy case.
Rising Stars: Maame BineyThe 17-year-old Ghanaian born speed skater became a viral sensation after her performance at December's trials. She'll look to do the same in Pyeongchang.
Rising Star: Gonzaga Forward Zach CollinsZach Collins, Gonzaga's freshman forward, is a valuable sixth man on a balanced Bulldogs team that's favored in the Final Four.
Rising Star: Oregon Guard Tyler DorseyTyler Dorsey, Oregon's sophomore guard, has been on a scoring tear. Can he keep his Ducks flying against the Wolverines from Michigan?
Rising Star: South Carolina Forward Chris SilvaSophomore forward Chris Silva first played basketball in high school, now he's the key force behind the Gamecocks' run to the Sweet 16.
Rising Star: USC Forward Chimezie MetuSophomore forward Chimezie Metu, perhaps USC's most consistent player, earned the Pac-12’s Most Improved Player award this season.
Rising Star: SMU Guard Shake MiltonSophomore point guard Shake Milton led SMU to an AAC title and should keep his Mustangs playing deep into the NCAA Tournament.
Rising Star: Purdue Guard Carsen EdwardsFreshman Carsen Edwards, at six feet tall, can create his own shot and get in the lane better than any other Purdue perimeter player.
Murray, Hield, Lead World Past US, 150-141Jamal Murray scored 36 points and Buddy Hield, a New Orleans Pelicans rookie, added 28 to the delight of the locals as the World squad beat the U.S. 150-141 on Friday night in the Rising Stars Challenge.

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