The 100 Most Important Players in College Basketball History

December 21st, 2011

Bleacher Report
By Thad Novak
Dec. 21, 2011

#18 Julius Erving: The first player to earn national attention for UMass, Julius Erving was a sensation as soon as he stepped on a college court.

Dr. J averaged 20.2 rebounds a game for his career, and no other player with that many boards can match his 26.3 points a night.

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