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Michael Jordan
Jordan rules again: Penn's Michael Jordan cuts down the net after the Quakers annihilated the Tigers. AP
Position:  Guard
Height:  6'0"
Weight:  170
Class:  Junior
Stat to note
The leading scorer for the Quakers, at 15.3 points per game, Jordan led his team in scoring in 12 of the team's 26 games.
Scouting report

Jordan means almost as much to his team as that other Jordan did to his.

A first-team All-Ivy League pick as a sophomore and again this season, Jordan averages better than 35 minutes a game. He and fellow junior starters Matt Langel and Geoff Owens form the core of the Quakers (21-5), who went 13-1in winning the Ivy League regular-season title (and the automatic NCAA berth) over Princeton.

Jordan goes by the nickname "MJ." What else?

March 15, 1999: Eddie Shannon, Florida
March 12, 1999: James "Scoonie" Penn, Ohio State
March 11, 1999: Doug Gottlieb, Oklahoma State
March 10, 1999: Shawnta Rogers, George Washington
March 9, 1999: Michael Jordan, Pennsylvania

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