While at Syracuse University, Michael Carter-Williams helped the Orange to achieve a berth in the NCAA Tournament Final Four, the fourth overall appearance for Jim Boeheim as the head coach.
Asked to be a reserve guard and then the starting point guard, Carter-Williams had to learn fast in order to keep Syracuse afloat.
After losing four of their last five games in the 2012-13 regular season, Carter-Williams and the Orange banded together to move through the Big East Conference Tournament to the championship game and then onto the Final Four as an encore.
One of the best players in Syracuse history when it came to assists, Carter-Williams spent time leading the team, the Big East, and the entire nation of over 300 NCAA Division I men's basketball programs during last season.
He was selected in this year's NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers, formerly the Syracuse Nationals, and is here to talk with you below: