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LSU Men's Basketball All-Century Team Ballot
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Published: October 07, 2008, 11:00 PM (CT)
Updated: October 29, 2009, 03:35 AM (CT)
by LSUsports.net (@LSUsports), LSU Sports Interactive

Below is the LSU Men's Basketball All-Century Team ballot based on the results of All-Decade Team voting from the spring of 2008. Fans may vote for up to 15 of the players below.

Voting closed Nov. 30, 2008, at midnight.

LSU Men's Basketball All-Century Team Ballot (listed by All-Decade Team)

Early Years Team (1909-1939)

Buddy Blair – 1933-35 – Member of the National Championship team; All-SEC 1933, 1934; Second in SEC scoring, 1934

Arnold “Judge” Bryan – 1935-37 – 1936 SEC scoring record of 207 points; 1937 SEC leading scorer.

W. R (Ray) Edmonds – 1916-17; 1921-1922 – Leading scorer in 1917; Earned high scoring honors in almost every game he played

Leslie Garahan – 1927-30 – All-Southern Intercollegiate, 1930 (first player to earn that honor)

G.C. Garrison – 1927-28; 1930-31 – All-Southern Intercollegiate, 1931

Jack Harris – 1932-35 – 1933 All-SEC

Conley Hathorn – 1935-38 – All-SEC in 1938

Bob Jones – 1924-26 – three-year starter, always one of the top two scorers on the team.

Jack Torrance – 1931-34 – All-Southern Intercollegiate, 1932.

Sparky Wade – 1932-35 – LSU’s first All-American, 1935; Led SEC in scoring three years. “Little Giant from Jena” was the dribbling leader of the LSU team that won the mythical national championship in 1935.

The 1940s

Joe Bill Adcock – C – 1945-47 – Second Team All-SEC, 1946; SEC Tournament record for points, 31 against Tulane, 1946; SEC Leading Scorer 1946 (18.6); averaged 11.6 in 1947

Charlie Bozeman – C – 1938-41 – Leading scorer, 1941, 13.4 ppg; SEC leading scorer, 1939

Frank Brian – F – 1942-43; 1945-47 – First Team All-SEC, 1943; Second Team 1947; Leading scorer in 1947 – 9.8 ppg in 1943; 18.0 average in 1947 ... La. Sports Hall of Famer, La. Assoc. of Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame

Don Chaney – F – 1940-43 -- Second Team All-SEC, 1943

Alvin Dark – G – 1942-43 – Played just two years of basketball before concentrating on baseball ... Team was 19-5 during his two years in the SEC.

Richard “Whitey” Hoskins, Jr. – G – 1942-44 – Second Team All-SEC, 1944

Clyde Lindsey – F -- 1944-46 – Three sport athlete; 15.7 ppg as a senior

Bobby Lowther – F-- 1942-43; 1946-48 – First Team All-SEC, 1946; First Team All-American, Basketball, Track, 1946; Louisiana Sports Hall of Famer; averaged 14.7 point in 1946; averaged 12.7 in 1947.

Gene Murphy – G -- 1948-51 – Second Team All-SEC, 1949

Bill Walters – G – 1942-43; 1945-47 – Guards on team that joined with Joe Adcock and Frank Brian to go 18-4 in 1942-43 before WWII and 33-12 in two seasons after the war.

The 1950s

Don Belcher – F – 1952-55 – Averaged 12.4 points in 1953; Member NCAA Final Four Team

Ned Clark – F – 1952-55 – Member 1953 NCAA Final Four Team; Fifth leading rebounder in school history with 988. 1953 – 9.4 ppg, 1954 – 7.4 ppg; 1955 – 9.8 ppg

Joe Dean – G – 1950-52 – All-SEC First Team 1952; All-SEC Second Team 1951; Member of the LSU Athletic Hall of Fame, NABC Silver Anniversary Team; LABC Hall of Fame; Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame; Team leading scorer in 1950 (10.8), 1951 (15.1), second behind Pettit in 1952 (18.3 ppg); 32nd at LSU in career scoring (1,072 points).

Benny McArdle – G – 1951-54 – All-SEC Second Team, 1953; Third Team, 1954

Bob Meador – F – 1948-51 – All-SEC Third Team, 1950; First player to start every game over four years; first player with over 1,000 career points ... Presently 30 on career scoring list (1,099) ... Averaged 11.4 in 1950, 12.4 in 1951

Lynn Moon – C – 1956-59 – Best season averaged 10 points, 6.4 rebounds in 1959.

Wayne Munson – F – 1957-59 – Averaged best of 10.2 points and 10.3 rebounds in 1958; Averaged 9.2 points, 6.4 rebounds in 1959

Bob Pettit – F – 1952-54 – All-SEC First Team, 1952, 1953, 1954; All-American Second Team, 1952; All American First Team 1953, 1954 ... Fifth all-time in LSU point (1,916), third scoring average (27.4), 1st rebound average (14.8), fourth total rebounds (1,039) ... All-time best single season rebound average at LSU (17.3, 1954) ... 31.4 ppg average in 1954, 25.5 in 1952, 24.7 in 1953 ... 60 points vs. La. College, 1953.

Don Sebastian – C – 1953-56 – Averaged 7.4 points, 1955; 11.5 points, 1956

Roger Sigler – F – 1953-57 – All-SEC First Team 1956; 3rd Team 1957; Team leading scorer in 1955 (15.0), 1956 (25.1), 1957 (18.4) ... Leading rebounder in 1956 (13.8)...Led team in free throws in 1955, 1956, 1957; 22nd in career scoring (1,318 points); 18th in rebounding (713).

The 1960s

Tom Conklin – C – 1959-62 – Averaged 10.7 ppg in 1960; leading rebounder in 1960 (7.4) and 1961 (9.0).

Ellis Cooper – G – 1961-63 – Averaged 13.8 points per game in 1961; 11.0 points in 1962 with team best 106 assists (4.4 apg); Averaged 13.9 points per game with 127 assists (5.3 per game); All-SEC Second Team (AP); Coaches All-SEC Team.

Kenny Drost – G – 1965-67 – Averaged 9.3 points in 1965, best of 22 points vs. Alabama ... Averaged 12.3 points in 1966 with best of 29 vs. Florida in 1966 ... Averaged team best 16.5 points per game in 1967 with best game of 33 vs. Vanderbilt.

Maury Drummond – C/F – 1961-63 – Averaged 7.2 points per game in 1961; 8.3 rebounds; 11.8 points per game, 12.5 rebounds in 1962; All-SEC AP 3rd Team in 1962; 10.4 points per game, 9.8 rebounds in 1963 ... 16th all-time in rebounds at LSU (736 in 72 games).

Ralph Jukkola – F – 1967-69 – 8.2 points per game in 1967, 7.2 rebounds per game; Averaged 11.8 points per game with a team best 8.6 rebounds in 1968; In 1969, shot 50.6 percent from the field, averaged 7.2 points per game and 7.2 rebounds a game; 24th in school history with 601 rebounds in 78 games (7.7 rebounds) ... Second best single season field goal percentage mark of 63.8 percent in 1968.

Dick Maile – F – 1963-65 – Averaged 14.0 points per game, 10.9 rebounds in 1963; Scored at a 20.7 pace and had 10.5 rebounds a game in 1964 (best game of 32 against Georgia); In 1965 averaged 17.1 points a game with 9.8 rebounds a game (best of 38 vs. Xavier) ... First Team All-SEC (AP and Coaches) in 1964 and First Team All-SEC (AP, UPI, Coaches) in 1965 ... 13th all-time in rebounds with 772 (10.4 average) ... 24th in points scored (1,284, 17.4 ppg) ... Rebound average of 10.4 for career, tied for 5th best at LSU.

Pete Maravich – G – 1968-70 – National Player of the Year 1969, 1970. Member of Naismith
Basketball Hall of Fame. One of three LSU basketball players to have number retired ... All-time NCAA Career Scoring leaders with 3,667 points, an average of 44.2 points for 83 games ... Averaged 44.5 in 1970, 44.2 in 1969 and 43.8 points in 1968. Scored 69 points vs. Alabama, Feb. 7, 1970 ... Member NBA 50 at 50 team ... Led Tigers to 1970 NIT Final Four

George Nattin – G – 1960-62 – Averaged 13.5 points and 4.1 rebounds in 1960. Team best 16.5 points per game with 4.2 rebounds in 1961. Averaged 12.7 points (13.6 in SEC games) in 1962 ... Was named All-SEC AP first team, Coaches team in 1961 and All-SEC AP third team in 1962.

Dave Ramsden – C – 1967-69 – Averaged 5.2 points per game in 20 games in 1967 ... Best season was 1969 averaging 10.3 points per game, hitting single season field goal record of 67.5 percent from the field (112-of-116) ... Still remains career field goal percentage leader at 64.3 percent.

Bill Wilson – C – 1963-65 – In 1964 averaged 11.0 points per game and team best 10.7 rebounds; Averaged 10.2 points and 9.4 rebounds in 1965 ... 28th on school rebound list with 543 in 62 games (8.7 rpg).

The 1970s

Al Green – G – 1979 – Transfer guard who played only his senior season at LSU ... Second on the team in scoring, averaging 17.7 points per game, 3.4 rebounds, 2.3 assists ... High scoring game was 30 against Tulane ... First Team AP and Coaches All-SEC; Second Team UPI All-SEC ... 2nd team Converse All-American.

Lionel Green – C – 1976-79 – Best year was SEC Championship year of 1979 as a senior when he averaged 9.7 points per game and 11.1 rebounds per game ... Also led the team with 61 blocked shots ... Had a scoring high of 26 versus Tulane and 23 rebounds versus Vanderbilt ... All-SEC third team as selected by AP and UPI ... Still ranks ninth all-time at LSU in rebounds with 809 for 107 games (7.6 average).

Glenn Hansen – F – 1974-75 – 36th on school scoring list with 1,027 points in 50 games (20.5 average) ... Averaged 19.4 points in 1974 and 21.7 points in 1975 ... In 1974 was chosen Coaches All-SEC Team, 2nd team AP and UPI All-SEC ... Same honors were given to him in 1975.

Kenny Higgs – G – 1975-78 – Single season and career assist leader at LSU ... Dished out 645 assists during his career with his best season the school record of 239 in 1977 ... In 1977 led the SEC in assist average at 8.9 per game ... In 1976 and 1977 was named Coaches All-SEC and 2nd team AP and UPI All-SEC ... In 1978 was an All-SEC UPI second team selection ... Also scored well, averaging 18.1 points per game in 1975, 22.2 points in 1976, 17.7 in 1977 and 13.7 points in 1978 ... 6th all-time at LSU in scoring with 1,896 points for 106 games, a 17.9 average.

Jordy Hultberg – G – 1977-80 – Averaged 12.8 points, 4.0 assists in 1977 ... 9.7 points in 1978 ...9.6 points in 1979 ... 1,067 career points, 34th all-time on school list, 9.3 average for 114 games.

Ed LeBlanc – C – 1973-76 – One of the first players in the modern era to earn four letters ...
Junior year (1975) averaged 13.7 points per game and 9.9 rebounds ... In 1976 averaged 10.7 points per game and 10.4 rebounds ... 15th all-time at LSU in rebounds (765 in 98 games, 7.8 average).

Bill “Fig” Newton – F – 1970-72 – As a sophomore in 1970 averaged 11.2 points, 9.7 rebounds ... Had consistent last two years, averaging 18.8 points in 1971 and 18.9 points in 1972 ... Averaged 9.7 rebounds in 1970, 12.0 in 1971 and 6.9 in 1972 ... 21st all-time in scoring (1,339 points in 84 game, 15.9 average) ... 10th all-time in rebounding with 802 boards (9.5 average) ... All-SEC UPI second team in 1971 and All-SEC AP and UPI third team in 1972

Eddie Palubinskas – G – 1973-74 – Australian native who averaged 18.6 points and 4.1 assists as a JC transfer in 1973; averaged 18.4 points per game and 3.7 assists as a senior in 1974 ... Coaches All-SEC selection in 1973 and AP and UPI second team that year ... UPI second team and AP third team All-SEC in 1974 ... Led the league in free throw percentage in 1973 at 89.5 percent (137-of-153).

Al “Little Apple” Sanders – C – 1970-72 – One of the premier rebounders of his time ... Averaged 12.0 points and 14.8 rebounds in 1970 ... Led the team in scoring and rebounding 1971, averaging 20.9 points and 14.7 rebounds, including a then school record of 26 against Miss. State ... in 1972 averaged 18.3 points and 12.5 boards ... All-SEC AP third team in 1970 ... Consensus All-SEC First Team in 1971 ... Coaches All-SEC in 1972 and AP and UPI second team that year ... 18th in career scoring with 1,383 points (16.7 average for 83 games) ... Third behind only Macklin and O’Neal in rebounds at LSU with 1,168 (14.1 average).

DeWayne Scales – F – 1977-80 -- Averaged 12.8 points and 9.4 rebounds to earn SEC Freshman of the Year honors in 1978 ... Named honorable mention All-American after a sophomore season in which he led the team with 19.4 points per game and 9.1 rebounds ... In his final season with the team, his junior season, averaged 16.3 points and 7.9 rebounds ... was the MVP of the 1980 SEC Championship game ... Third Team AP All-SEC in 1978 and a consensus All-SEC selection in 1979 ... Second Team All-SEC in 1980 ... 19th in career points (1,357 in 84 games, 16.2 average); 17th in rebounds (733, 8.7 average).

Collis Temple, Jr. – C – 1972-74 – Averaged 6.2 points and 6.7 rebounds in 1972, 9.0 points and 6.9 rebounds in 1973 and career bests of 15.0 points (16.0 in SEC play) and 10.5 rebounds (11.1 in SEC) in 1974 ... In last two years combined shot over 57 percent from the floor ... 22nd all-time on rebound list with 607 (8.1 a game) ... UPI third team All-SEC in 1974.

The 1980s

Ricky Blanton – F – 1985-86; 88-89 – Coaches All-SEC, Second team AP All-SEC, Third Team UPI All-SEC (1988) ... Coaches, AP First Team, UPI Second Team All-SEC (1989) ... Bulked up and played center on 1986 NCAA Final Four team ... Led team in scoring in 1988 at 17.0 points per game ... Led team in rebounding in 1988 (8.8) and 1989 (8.2) ... Missed 1986-87 season with knee injury ... 15th at LSU in scoring at 1,501 points for 129 games (11.6 average) ... Averaging 20.3 points his senior year (1989) ... 14th at LSU in career rebounds (766).

Howard “Hi-C” Carter – G – 1980-83 – Member 1981 NCAA Final Four ... AP, UPI 2nd team All-SEC (1981) ... Consensus First Team All-SEC (1982) ... Coaches First Team, AP, UPI 2nd team All-SEC (1983) ... Averaged 10.5 points in 1980, 16.0 in 1981, 16.7 in 1982 and 17.6 in 1983 ... Played 128 games and a school record 4,276 minutes ... Third leading scorer with 1,942 points (15.2 points per game average) ... Second Team All-American 1982, 1983.

Durand “Rudy” Macklin – F – 1976-78; 1979-81 – Member of 1981 NCAA Final Four ... Second behind only Pete Maravich at LSU in scorer with 2,080 points (123 games, 16.9 ppg) ... All-time LSU rebounder with 1,276 rebounds (10.4 average) ... First Team All-America by Converse, 2nd team by Sporting News in 1980 ... First Team All-America by USBWA, Converse, John Wooden, 2nd team UPI, 3rd team Basketball Times in 1981 ... SEC Player of the Year, 1981 ... Averaged 14.8 points in 1977, 19.0 in 1978, 17.6 in 1980 and 15.9 in 1981 ... Missed all but two games of the 1979 season because of a knee injury.

Ethan Martin – G – 1978-81 – Point guard on the NCAA Final Four Team in 1981 ... Third team All-American, Basketball Times, 1981 ... Second at LSU in career total assists with 638 ... Sixth in free throws made (390) ... Had 190 assists in the Final Four season, fourth best single season at LSU ... Averaged 11.9 points per game in 1980, topped by a 29 point effort against Kentucky ... Averaged 11.5 points in 1981 ... Coaches All-SEC, AP and UPI 2nd team All-SEC, 1980 ... Consensus First Team All-SEC, 1981.

Leonard Mitchell – F/C – 1981-84 – Coaches All-SEC, AP 2nd and UPI 3rd team All-SEC, 1982 ... AP, UPI 3rd team All-SEC, 1983 ... Member of the 1981 NCAA Final Four Team as a freshman ... 14th in career scoring at 1,508 points (12.8 average in 118 games) ... Averaged bests of 14.0 in 1982 and 14.7 in 1983 ...Sixth all-time in rebounds with 922, a 7.8 rebounds average ... Best was 9.1 average in 1983.

Don Redden – G – 1983-86 – Member of the NCAA Final Four Team in 1986 ... 28th on LSU
scoring list with 1,119 points for 103 games (10.9 points) ... Averaged 10.3 points in 1984 and 13.0 in 1986 ... Career scoring average of 10.9 points ... Sixth in single season free throw percentage in 1985 at 87.3 percent ...Career third all-time at LSU in free throw percentage at 84.0 percent.

Jerry Reynolds – G/F – 1983-85 – Coaches All-SEC, AP 2nd, UPI 3rd team 1984 ... AP, UPI 3rd team All-SEC 1985 ... 33rd in career scoring with 1,069 points (90 games for career average of 11.9 points per game) ... Averaged 10.6 points in 1983, 14.2 points in 1984 and 11.0 points in 1985 ... 21st in career rebounds with 613, an average of 6.8 a game ... Best year was 1984 when he averaged 8.2 a game.

Derrick Taylor – G – 1982; 1984-86 – Member of the 1986 NCAA Final Four team ... UPI 3rd team All-SEC ... Ninth on the LSU career scoring list with 1,590 points ... 12.8 average for 124 years ... Averaged 14.8 points as a freshman in 1982, 13.4 in 1984 and 13.8 in 1986 ... 5th in career assists with 401 ... 6th in career free throw percentage at 80.1 percent ... Fifth in career steals with 207.

John Williams – F – 1985-86 – AP 3rd team All-SEC in 1985 ... Consensus First-Team All-SEC selection 1986 ... Member of the 1986 NCAA Final Four Team ... MVP of the 1986 SEC Tournament ... 33rd on all-time rebound list in two years with 503 boards (7.6 average) ... 36th all-time scoring 1,046 points in two seasons (15.8 average) ... Averaged 17.8 points in 1986.

Nikita Wilson – F/C – 1984-87 – Coaches, AP 2nd, UPI 3rd All-SEC team 1985 ... AP, UPI 3rd team All-SEC 1987 ... Team’s leading scorer in 1985 at 15.0 points per game ... 17th all-time in scoring with 1,384 points (110 games-12.6 average) ... Best season was 1987, averaging 15.6 points ... 19th all-time in rebounds with 699 (6.4 average).

The 1990s

Jamie Brandon – G – 1992-94 – Last two years were his best as he was named to the Coaches 2nd team All-SEC in 1993 and the Coaches All-SEC 2nd team and UPI 3rd team All-SEC in 1994 ... Averaged 10.5 points with 3.6 assists in 1992 ... 1993 averaged 11.8 points a game (school best percentage for a single season - 27-of-53 from the three, 50.9 percent) ... Leading scorer on 1994 team, averaging 16.5 points a game ... Second best three-point career percentage of 43.8 ... 1,055 points, 35th all-time at LSU.

Maurice Carter – G – 1996-99 – Coaches and AP 3rd team All-SEC ... Improved in scoring every year as he averaged 6.6 as a freshman, 9.8 as a sophomore, 14.4 points as a junior and 17.3 points as a senior ... 23rd all-time in scoring with 1,299 points ... Led team in scoring last two years ... Had 115 three-pointers in his last two seasons combined and 157 for his career which is eighth best at LSU.

Clarence Ceasar – F – 1992-95 – Member of both the 1,000 point club at LSU and 500 rebound club ... 20th in career scoring with 1,343 points (112 games – 12.0 average) ... Averaged 11.5 in 1992, 14.6 in 1994, 12.6 in 1995 ... Made 175 career three-pointers, fourth best all-time at LSU ... Lead team in steals all four years ... Career leader in steals with 310 ... Also school record holder in average at 2.8 a game for his career.

Ronnie Henderson – G – 1993-96 – Coaches 1st Team All-SEC, AP Second Team 1995 ... Consensus All-SEC 1996 ... Last LSU player to score 40 in an SEC game versus Alabama, Feb. 11, 1995 ... Led the SEC in scoring in both 1995 (23.3 ppg) and 1996 (21.8 ppg) ... 12th all-time in scoring with 1,561 points (77 games, 20.3 ppg) ... 189 three-pointers made, third most at LSU.

Chris Jackson – G – 1989-90 –Consensus Player of the Year in the SEC, 1989, 1990 ... First-Team All-American 1989, 1990 ... Scored 48 and 53 points in the first month of his college career ... Set NCAA freshman scoring record, averaging 30.2 points per game ... Just the second freshman at the time to make AP first-team All-American ... In just two seasons, is the seventh all-time in scoring with 1,854 points (64 games, 29.0 ppg) ... Made 172 treys in just two seasons.

Randy Livingston – G – 1995-96 -- Played just portions of two seasons, but was one of the greatest assist makers in LSU history ... Averaged over 9 assists a game in 1995, averaging 14 points a game ... Averaged 5.3 assists in 1996 ... 151 assists in 1995 was the eighth most in a single season in LSU history.

Shaquille O’Neal – C – 1990-92 – One of three LSU basketball players to have their college numbers retired ... Consensus First-Team All-American in 1991 and 1992 ... 1991 and 1992 SEC Player of the Year ... MVP of SEC Coaches Defensive Team, 1991, 1992 ... National Player of the Year in 1991 by AP (Rupp Award), UPI and Sports Illustrated ... Runner-up for 1992 Naismith and Wooden Award ... School record for blocks 412, blocking five or more shots 45 times in 90 games ... National leader in rebounding (14.7) in 1991 ... Second nationally in 1992 (14.0 rebounds per game) ... Finished with 1,217 rebounds, second all-time at LSU ... Finished with 1,941 points, fourth all-time at LSU (21.6 career average) ... Six career triple-doubles.

Wayne Sims – F -- 1988-91 – Best season was on 1988-89 team, averaged 13.3 points per game ... 29th on all-time scoring list with 1,107 points (117 games, 9.5 points) ... 23rd on school rebound list with 603 (5.2 average).

Vernel Singleton – F -- 1989-92 – Coaches All-SEC, AP & UPI 3rd team All-SEC, 1991 ... AP 3rd Team, 1992 ... Made famous the cartoon shoulder bandages he wore every game ... Played center most of freshman year before Shaq arrived ... 13th all-time in scoring at 1,513 points (125 games, 12.1 average) ... Averaged 10.8 in 1989, 15.2 in 1991, 14.3 in 1992 ... 11th in rebounds with 784 (6.3 average) ... Averaged 7.8 in 1989.

Maurice Williamson – G – 1990; 1991-93 – UPI 3rd team All-SEC selection, 1990 ... Averaged 12.2 points, team best 118 assists (3.8 avg) in 1990 ... After sitting out 1991 season, came back and averaged 8.2 points in 1992 and 10.4 points in 1993.

The 2000s

Brandon Bass – F -- 2004-05 – SEC Freshman of the Year, 2004 ... SEC Player of the Year, 2005 ... SEC All-Tournament team, 2005 ... Averaged 12.8 points and 7.4 rebounds as a freshman in 2004 ... Averaged 17.3 points and 9.1 rebounds in 2005 ... Career average of 8.2 rebounds ... Shot 54 percent from the field for his two years at LSU.

Torris Bright – G -- 2000-03 – SEC Freshman of the Year, 2000 ... AP 3rd team, 2000 ... Primary point guard for LSU his entire career ... Started 128 of 129 career games ... 16th all-time in scoring with 1,463 points (11.3 scoring average) .... Averaged 10.0 points in 2000, 10.8 in 2001, 13.4 in 2002 and 11.3 in 2003 ... Second all-time in career three-pointers with 237, including a best of 76 in 2002 ... Third all- time in assists with 544 ... Second all-time in minutes played with 4,250.

Glen "Big Baby" Davis – F -- 2005-07 – SEC Freshman of the Year, 2005 ... SEC Player of the Year 2006 ... AP and Coaches 2nd team 2005 ... Consensus 1st team All-SEC ... Wooden Award All-American, 2006 ... Coaches, AP 1st team All-SEC, 2007 ... 10th all-time in scoring with 1,587 points (95 games, 16.7 average) ... Member of the 2006 NCAA Final Four team ... Averaged 18.6 points in 2006, 17.7 in 2007 ... Seventh all-time in rebounds with 613 (9.3 average) ... Averaged 10.4 in 2007.

Ronald Dupree – F -- 2000-03 – AP 2nd team, Coaches 3rd team All-SEC in 2001 ... AP, Coaches 2nd team in 2002 ... AP, Coaches 2nd team in 2003 ... Scored over 1,550 points in last three years averaging 17.3 points in 2001, 16.2 in 2002, 15.8 in 2003 ... 8th all-time in scoring with 1,726 points (13.4 average) and 8th in rebounds (908, 7.0 average) ... Averaged 8.8 in 2001, 8.5 in 2002.

Darrel Mitchell – G – 2003-06 – Member of the 2006 NCAA Final Four team ... Coaches 1st Team All-SEC, AP 2nd team, 2006 ... Made three-pointer in the final 10 seconds of Texas A&M game to send LSU to the regional semifinals in 2006 ... 11th all-time in scoring at LSU with 1,569 ... Played 127 games with a career average of 12.4 points ... Averaged 13.1 points in 2005 and 16.8 in 2006 ... Finished career with school record 258 three-pointers, including fourth-best single season total at LSU of 82 in 2006 ... Averaged 4.4 assists per game in 2006, moving to the point guard position.

Tasmin Mitchell – F – 2006-active – Member of the 2006 NCAA Final Four team ... Named to the SEC All-Freshman team, 2006 ... Collegeinsider.com Freshman All-American, 2006 ... 2007 NABC All-District 8 First Team ... Averaged 11.4 points per game as a freshman with 5.6 rebounds and 100 assists in 2006 and 14.5 points per game with 5.9 rebounds in 2007 ... Started every game of his career (71 games) before 2007-08 season ended in the third game with a stress fracture in his left ankle that required surgery.

Jabari Smith – C – 1999-2000 – Coaches 2nd team All-SEC, 2000 ... 35th all-time in rebounds at LSU in two years at 502, an average of 8.2 a game ... Started 58 of 61 career games at LSU ... Averaged 12.7 points in 1999, 12.5 in 2000 ... 65 career blocks ... Shot 53.2 percent from the field.

Stromile Swift – F – 1999-2000 – AP SEC Player of the Year, 2000 ... Consensus All-SEC, 2000 ... Averaged 16.2 points in only full season in 2000 and led the team in rebounds at 8.2 boards a game ... Blocked 35 shots in 16 games in 1999 and averaged 2.8 blocks, blocked 95 shots in 2000, fourth best LSU total for a single season ... 2000 field goal percentage of 60.8 tied for seventh best for a single season.

Collis Temple III – G – 2000-03 – 27th all-time in scoring at LSU with 1,173 points ... In last three seasons, averaged 14.3 points in 2001, 13.4 in 2002, 10.8 in 2003 ... Career average for 115 games was 10.2 points a game ... Seventh in three-pointers at 171 for his career.

Tyrus Thomas – F – 2006 – Member of the 2006 NCAA Final Four team – SEC Freshman of the Year, 2006 ... SEC Co-Defensive Player of the Year ... AP, Coaches 2nd team All-SEC ... 99 blocks, fourth best for a season at LSU ... 60.8 field goal percentage tied for second at LSU ... Averaged 12.3 points per game.

 

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