If you are anything like us, you have been glued to the world of college hoops over the past few weeks. March Madness is in full swing and this coming weekend marks another installment of great games ahead; starting tonight.
Today we take a different look at March Madness as we take a look at the Best Beards Of The Final Four Tournament. While there were a broad range of beards and styles to hit the hardwood over the past few weeks, today we take a look at the best of the best. Have a look at our picks for the top five Best Beards Of The Final Four Tournament below and let us know your thoughts, or whom we may have missed.
Przemek Karnowski of Gonzaga
Not only a leader in beard style in the NCAA, but this young man has also been quite impressive on the court as well. Przemek Karnowski and Gonzaga hit the tournament as a number one seed and continue to reign supreme over their bracket heading into this weekend. Przemek Karnowski has style and game!
Joel Berry of UNC
Everyone is familiar with the talents of this young guard from North Carolina. Joel Berry has shown a number of facial hair styles over his career at UNC, but it seems he plays his best with his new full beard. Mr. Berry and the Tar Heels are a number one seed and look to keep things going this weekend with another big game in the tournament.
Amile Jefferson of Duke
Though they went home in an upset earlier than expected, Duke and Amile Jefferson made their mark. Amile’s beard was by far one of the standouts from the tournament, along with his gameplay. While they were shocked and sent home last weekend, we are sure we will hear from Duke and Amile Jefferson in the near future.
Darius Thompson of Virginia
While Darius Thompson beard was one of the standouts from the tournament, he and his squad’s play was as well. Virginia played well-kicking things off in a win before getting pushed out by Florida. While UVA may be out of the tourney, we will not forget Darius’ play, nor his beard anytime soon.
Giddy Potts Middle Tennessee State
Sure, his name alone is hard to forget, but his beard and his game on the court are both something special. Giddy has been turning heads on the hardwood for years, and his beard game definitely caught a lot more eyes over the past few weekends. While Middle Tennessee State may be out of the Madness, we will surely be seeing this young man playing ball again sometime soon!