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18. Gail Goodrich, UCLA

Goodrich left UCLA as the school's all-time leading scorer in 1965 and helped begin the Bruins' NCAA tournament dynasty, delivering John Wooden's first two national championships. Goodrich partnered with Walt Hazzard for the Bruins' 1964 national championship, scoring 27 points in a title game win over Duke. He earned Final Four Most Outstanding Player honors in 1965, scoring 42 points in the title game to help UCLA beat Michigan. Goodrich was known for his ballhandling skills and his ability to distribute and was one of the Bruins' all-time winners, which is quite a statement, considering he played during the Wooden era. -- Andy Katz