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38. Juan Dixon, Maryland

Dixon was a classic Gary Williams player: He wasn't widely recruited, yet played with more passion and purpose than most players during his college career, and his NCAA tournament performances were no exception. He wasn't an NBA lock or a player with too much flash, but he was productive and consistently made plays. Williams needed a leader to help the program achieve its national title, and Dixon delivered on every count. He helped lead Maryland to the Final Four in the 2001 NCAA tournament before leading the Terps to the 2002 national championship, averaging 25.8 points along the way. Dixon will go down as one of the all-time great Terps, not only for his scoring but for his winning attitude and effort. -- Andy Katz