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As for Barnes, he entered each year as a preseason all-American, but for the most part, he never quite lived up to the lofty expectations.

Armed with a polished all-around game but no clear go-to move, he overcame a slow start to his freshman year with some clutch late-game shooting and a 40-point showing against Clemson in the ACC tournament. He seemed more prepared to handle the expectations as a sophomore, but was dominant only in stretches and faded badly late in the year.

Barnes averaged 14 points on 36 percent shooting in the last 10 games. He shot a combined 8-for-30 overall and 2-for-14 from 3-point range in his final two games without Marshall.