Iconic March Madness Stars: Where Are They Now?

Aaron Craft (Ohio State)

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Though he never posted eye-popping stats in any of his four years at Ohio State, Craft was a coach’s dream as a player. A hard-worker on the defensive end and the table setter on offense, Craft was the quintessential tough and rugged collegiate point guard. Craft rarely ever made mistakes, and made opposing perimeter players work for everything. Due to his obvious limitations as a player, Craft never picked up much steam as an NBA prospect. However, he enjoyed a nice run in the G-League with the Santa Cruz Warriors and finished his career in Italy with the Aquila Basket Trento club. Recently, Craft graduated from medical school and matched into an otorhinolaryngology (ear, nose and throat) residency at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.