JAMAR SMITH, F, MARYLAND (45.8%)
The Terps' big man is one of many bricklayers on the worst free throw shooting team (62.0%) in school history.
ISMA'IL MUHAMMAD, F, GEORGIA TECH (47.4%)
Though he struggled from the charity stripe, Muhammad shot 60.5% from the field.
ANDRE BROWN, F, DEPAUL (50.4%)
This is the only weakness for the Blue Demons' No. 2 scorer (14.6).
EMEKA OKAFOR, C, UCONN (51.1%)
The Huskies, who ranked second to last in the Big East in free throw shooting (61.6%), can expect teams to play Hack-a- Shaq with Okafor.
The Blue Demons have lost just three times since Jan. 10 and made it to the final as the top seed in the Conference USA tournament.
The Huskies have won 14 of their last 17, including a victory over then No. 1 Stanford on March 6.
The Musketeers are coming off an impressive rout of Saint Joseph's, and in three years under Thad Matta they are 34-6 in games played after Feb. 1.
A brutal schedule led to a 5-7 start, but the seasoned Spartans have turned it on, winning 12 of their last 15.
The sharp-shooting Eagles won 11 straight games earlier this season to reach their first-ever NCAA tournament.