To cut down the nets this April, a team will need more than good shooting, solid defense, and a smart coach. To come out on top at the end of the NCAA Tournament, a team also requires a leader with great decisiveness, initiative, judgment, and knowledge of the game. While they share common traits, great team leaders do come in different shapes and sizes. History shows that leaders don’t appear as a single type, or even a single type of player. Some are known for doing the dirty work, others for their consistency, others for taking the big shot. Here are 10 of the best leaders in March Madness history, and the qualities that distinguished them.