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Who's your "Court Crush"? Logo's bracket challenge features 64 college basketball players.

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Who is your favorite player in the men's or women's NCAA basketball tournament? You can vote at LogoTV.com.

Jalil Abdul-Bassit and the Oregon Ducks fell in the second round of the NCAA tournament, but you can make him a champion here!
Jalil Abdul-Bassit and the Oregon Ducks fell in the second round of the NCAA tournament, but you can make him a champion here!
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Logo is taking a different angle at the NCAA college basketball tournaments, hosting a tournament-style voting competition to find LGBT fans' (and non-fans I'm sure) favorite player in the tournament. While many of the players have already been eliminated from the tournament, at least they can still win this "Court Crushes" trophy!

The tournament starts today with 32 men and 32 women will "face-off" bracket-style in 5 rounds with fan votes determining who will advance and who is sent to the benches. Fans can vote via LogoTV.com. The champions will be announced during "RuPaul's Drag Race" on Monday, April 6 at 9pm ET/PT.

The 32 male players from the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship are:


Arizona Wildcats: Kaleb Tarczewski
Arkansas Razorbacks: Alandise Harris
Butler Bulldogs: Kelan Martin
Cincinnati Bearcats: Deshaun Morman
Dayton Flyers: Ryan Bass
Duke Blue Devils: Justise Winslow
Georgetown Hoyas: D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera
Georgia St Panthers: Ryann Green
Gonzaga Bulldogs: Domantas Sabonis
Iowa Hawkeyes: Josh Oglesby
Kansas Jayhawks: Frank Mason III
Kentucky Wildcats: Karl-Anthony Towns
Louisville Cardinals: Montrezl Harrell
Maryland Terrapins: Jon Graham
Michigan St Spartans: Keenan Wetzel
North Carolina State Wolfpack: Caleb Martin
North Carolina Tar Heels: Isaiah Hicks
Northern Iowa Panthers: Seth Tuttle
Notre Dame Fighting Irish: Austin Burgett
Ohio State Buckeyes: Amir Williams
Oklahoma Sooners: Ryan Spangler
Oregon Ducks: Jalil Abdul-Bassit
San Diego St Aztecs: Johnny Dee
UAB Blazers: Hakeem Baxter
UCLA Bruins: Gyorgy Goloman
Utah Utes: Austin Eastman 
Villanova Wildcats: Darrun Hilliard
Virginia Cavaliers: Maleek Frazier
West Virginia Mountaineers: Jonathan Holton
Wichita St Shockers: Ron Baker
Wisconsin Badgers: Traevon Jackson
Xavier Musketeers: Jalen Reynolds 

The 32 female players from the NCAA Women's Basketball Championship are:

Arizona State University: Kelsey Moos
Baylor University: Kristy Wallace
DePaul University: Meri Bennett-Swanson
Duke University: Kendall Cooper
Florida Gulf Coast University: Kaneisha Atwater
Florida State University: Morgan Jones
Gonzaga University: Keani Albanez
Mississippi State University: Blair Schaefer
Oregon State University: Ruth Hamblin
Princeton University: Blake Dietrick
Rutgers University: Betnijah Laney
Stanford University: Lili Thompson
Syracuse University: Isabella Slim
Ohio State University: Kalpana Beach
University of Arkansas, Little Rock: Taylor Gault
University of Arkansas: Kelsey Brooks
University of California: Penina Davidson
University of Connecticut: Moriah Jefferson
University of Dayton: Andrea Hoover
University of Iowa: Samantha Logic
University of Kentucky: Makayla Epps
University of Louisville: Jude Schimmel
University of Maryland, College Park: Lexie Brown
University of Miami : Khalia Prather
University of North Carolina: Jessica Washington
University of Notre Dame: Taya Reimer
University of Oklahoma: Peyton Little
University of Pittsburgh: Briana Kiesel
University of South Carolina: A'ja Wilson
University of South Florida: Maria Jespersen
University of Tennessee: Jordan Reynolds
University of Texas: Lilley Vander Zee

The winners will be announced during the April 6 episode of "RuPaul's Drag Race."