baseball and basketball Hall of Famers to football stars, check out the famous
athletes related to NCAA players. -- Tiara Chiaramonte, Yahoo!
Indiana's Cody Zeller has two older brothers who both play for the NBA. Tyler Zeller pays for the Cleveland Cavaliers and Luke Zeller used to play for the Phoenix Suns.
Glenn Robinson, Jr. and his son Glenn Robinson III share their name and a love of basketball. Glenn Robinson, Jr. played for NBA teams including the Milwaukee Bucks, Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia 76ers and San Antonio Spurs. His son is a freshman playing in March Madness for the Michigan Wolverines.
North Carolina's James McAdoo comes from a legacy of basketball players. His uncle is Bob McAdoo, who won the NBA championship twice with the Lakers in the '80s. He is currently assistant coach for the Miami Heat. Both of his parents played basketball at Old Dominion and played professionally in Europe. His older sister Kelsey plays basketball for the University of North Carolina Charlotte.
The Plumlee brothers, Mason and Marshall, both play for Duke. Their big brother, Miles, played on Duke's 2010 national championship wining team. Miles now plays professionally for the Indiana Pacers.
While Nebraska Cornhuskers' Shavon Shields isn't in the March Madness tournament, his father is the professional football player Will Shields. Both Will and Shavon played for the University of Nebraska.
David Stockton's family has a long history of playing for Gonzaga. His great grandfather played halfback for the school and his father, a former NBA point guard for the Utah Jazz, played there in college, too.
The Michigan Wolverines' Tim Hardaway, Jr. isn't the first in his family to play basketball. His father, Tim Hardaway, Sr. is a retired NBA athlete who played for the Golden State Warriors, Miami Heat, Dallas Mavericks, Denver Nuggets and Indiana Pacers.
University of Miami's Shane Larkin's father is Barry Larkin -- a Hall of Fame shortstop for the Cincinnati Reds.