The NCAA Tournament kicks off this week as basketball players from 68 different teams will compete in arguably the greatest sporting event of the year.
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This probably won't help you fill out your March Madness bracket, but here's a look at the tallest and shortest players in the NCAA Tournament.
They range from 5-foot-7 on the short end all the way to 7-foot-4 on the high end, a range of 21 inches.
Shortest players in the NCAA Tournament
Jefferson is Texas Southern's leading scorer (23.4 points per game) and also leads the teams in assists (4.5 per game). He leads the team in minutes played as well. Lykes averages 9.6 points and 2.4 assists over 21.3 minutes per game for the Hurricanes.
Here's all the players in the NCAA Tournament this year who are 5-foot-9 or shorter:
Tallest players in the NCAA Tournament
Florida State's Christ Koumadje holds the distinction of being the tallest player in the NCAA Tournament at 7-foot-4. Koumadje scores 7.4 points and adds 4.7 rebounds and 1.6 blocks in 17.4 minutes per game for the Seminoles.
Here's all the players in the 2018 NCAA Tournament who are taller than 7-foot: