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11. Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati

Meet the original LeBron James. Long before James was a triple threat for the Miami Heat, Robertson did it all. At Cincinnati, he put up grown man numbers. The "Big O" led Cincy to two consecutive Final Fours, averaging 32.8 points and 13.1 rebounds in his NCAA tournament career. He never won a national title but he led the NCAA in scoring all three seasons from 1957-60. He was a three-time All-American. Robertson was the model for a generation of bulky, physical guards who now rule college basketball and the NBA.
-- Myron Medcalf