The first week of March Madness is in the books, leaving just 16 teams to compete for the 2014 NCAA championship. Lost in the shuffle were a handful of top seeds: No. 1 Wichita State, No. 2 Villanova, and No. 2 Kansas. Also casualties of the first week? Some of the nation’s top freshmen. Tyler Ennis and Syracuse lost a third-round thriller to Dayton, Jabari Parker and Duke failed to make it out of the second round, and Andrew Wiggins and Kansas couldn’t get it done without fellow rookie Joel Embiid. But there are still many talented freshmen in the field. Here are the top eight…