A large part of the NCAA tournament's appeal has always been the Cinderella story, a small school making an exciting run through the bracket. When a double-digit seed survives the opening weekend and reaches the Sweet 16, its postseason is an unquestioned success. Over the past 10 years, 18 double-digit seeds have won at least two games. Nine of the last 10 tournaments have featured at least one double-digit seed in the Sweet 16, with three reaching the Sweet 16 in 2002 and 2008.
So which double-digit seeds are the most dangerous in this year's tournament? Here are the top 10 to keep an eye on. The rankings are based on a combination of the quality of the team and the first two matchups in the bracket. Remember -- two of the following will most likely reach the Sweet 16.