Find it hard that you claim he "wasn't that good" but you rate Cato and Loren Meyer with never seeing them play.
Big Vic played before both of them. Considering that both Brackins and Fizer are forwards - and actually having seen them all play, I would say Victor was the best offensive player of the group - by far and the same could be said for Cato on the defensive end.
1. Don Smith, easily the best ever.
2. Dean Utoff, Best rebounder
3. Victor Alexander
The rest don't really even compare.
1. Fizer (we won with him)
2. Cato (we won with him too)
3. Homan (He held our last NCAA team together)
7. Hubalek (Morgan ruined him, otherwise he might be higher)
I can't believe how many people don't even list Vroman... he HAS to be on that list.
No Waldo Wegner? ISU's first basketball All-American, and there's no mention? He also played every minute of his three year career except for the first half of his first game. I can remember giving him a standing ovation at one game--must have been 1998.
Also--I'm waiting for Tony Rampton to check in with his thoughts.
no love for agnew?
I'll throw Ron Virgil on the list as a whimsical semi-sarcastic post.
He played center-like defense at 6'4" against 6'11" All-American Michigan star Roy Tarpley that helped win the game that put ISU MBB on the national map.