1. Danny Manning: One of the greatest college basketball players of all time. Manning led Kansas to the 1988 NCAA title game.
2. Kevin Durant: great scorer, lanky for Texas.
3. Blake Griffin: Great player for Oklahoma. Led the Sooners to the NCAA tournament. Averaged a double-double throughout his stay.
4. Bryant Reeves: Led Oklahoma State to the final four. Big Country was an elite center.
5. Paul Pierce: Prolific scorer led Kansas deep in the NCAA tournment, yet never to the final four.
6. Chauncey Billups: Led Colorado to the NCAA tournament. Great scorer and leader for the Buffaloes.
7. Mitch Richmond: Shooter, one of the best of all-time. Kansas State player, had the shooter’s touch.
8. Wilt Chamberlain: Showed flashes of brilliance at Kansas, yet nobody would of known how great of a professional he would be.
9. Wayman Tisdale: Another Oklahoma guy who averaged nearly a double-double.
10. Jamaal Tinsley: Great leader for Iowa State. The Cyclones were in every game when Tinsley was around.
11. Michael Beasley: Led Kansas State to the NCAA tournament. Could score from anywhere on the court.
12. LaMarcus Aldridge: Showed glimpses of being a top player while at Texas, had great potential.
13. Rolando Blackmon: Another Kansas State player who could fill it up in a hurry.
14. Desmond Mason: Oklahoma State forward, was an elite all-around player for the Cowboys.
15. David Wesley: Played at Baylor, great athlete, showed the ability to score at will.
16. Brent Price: great passer, and scorer for Oklahoma. Not afraid to attack the middle.
17. TJ Ford: Another one of those great point guards for Texas. Such a dynamic player.
18. Acie Law: Led Texas A&M to the NCAA tournament.
19. Mookie Blaylock: Quick point guard from Oklahoma.
20. D.J. Augustin: Guard had the ability to get near ten assists per game for Texas.
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