4. Michael Snaer, Florida State I’m not a big fan of the concept of "clutch," but the word gets thrown around a lot with Mike Snaer. No matter how many times statistical analysis calls clutch into question, watching Snaer play will make you a believer. Part of this comes from his propensity toward passive play early in games. This season he tried too hard to get his teammates involved. And then he would take over late. Sometimes too late. But the Seminoles lose six seniors, including four of six players who played at least 45% of the team’s minutes. Next year there is no option. Michael Snaer is the man.