Syracuse Top 10 Athletes
10. Marvin Harrison
9. Julia McBride
8. John Mackey
7. Dave Bing
6. Ernie Davis
5. Derrick Coleman
4. Donovan McNabb
3. Carmelo Anthony
2. Mike Powell
1. Jim Brown
Who'd we miss?
John Wallace and Pearl Washington should definitley be on that list. I've never even heard of Julia McBride and John Mackey. Mike Powell was an outstanding track star, but Carmelo Anthony put Syracuse a lot more in the limelight in an incredible run to the championship a couple of years back.
Mike Powell was an outstanding track star??? Are you serious? Look at the picture, he is a lacrosse player! #22 on the Syracuse lacrosse teams are just as renowned as #44 on the football team to their respective sports. SU lacrosse had Charlie Lockwood, Gary Gait, the Powell Brothers (Casey, Ryan, and Mikey), and now continuing the excellence is Dan Hardy. Carmelo Anthony is indeed a phenomenal athlete, but his recent past has counted against him. Mike Powell blew past his brothers records of 287 career points each, and was the main reason for Syracuse's National Championship wins vs. Princeton and Navy.
Pearl Washington makes that list. Anybody who leaves him off doesn't know or understand Syracuse sports history.
I agree about Pearl Washington, basketball is by far the most popular sport for cuse, there needs to be more ball players (g-mac, hakim, Seikaly, Douglass) on the list. I also believe that if Mike Powell is on the list, then Casey Powell should be somewhere in the top 10. But seriously how is Perry Patterson not on this list, thats ridiculous.
Doesn't Little Joe Morris make the list for his SU and NFL accomplishments?
Who is Julia McBride and how does she rate above Art Monk, Joe Morris, Larry Csonka and the numerous waterboys/girls at SU?
Only 10 is a challenge, but a list w/o Floyd Little and Dwight Freeney is incomplete.
Both could take over a game and save what could have been mediocre seasons.
Larry Csonka should be up there. As good as John Mackey was I think he should be switched with Csonka. Julia McBride was good but she doesn't compare with Pearl Washington. Derrick Coleman was also good but life after SU would show that he wasn't nearly as good as Dave Bing. Dave Bing should be father up the list as he is in the Hall of Fame. Floyd Little pops up as a contender however I could see why he isn't up there. Finally Don McPherson, spelling aside, deserves to be up there...
Mike and Casey should both be up there. So should Pearl. Perry Patterson and RJ Anderson maybe 1,2. If Tim Lane could catch maybe one wobbly, soft pass against Iowa maybe I would have bought season tickets for this season.
Another vote for Pearl
From Lacrosse: Paul & Gary Gait rewrote the book on how to play lacrosse. Billy Owens also gets mention, being Carmelo before there was a Carmelo. Joe Morris won a SuperBowl Ring
Joe Morris is another possibility. Also, the Gait brothers both should of made the list.
I think G-Mac is gweat. He's definitely No. 1. His game is supa dupa.
Vic Hanson, the only man in the nation who is a member of both the college football and basketball halls of fame, also played baseball in the Yankee's system. Led the men's hoopsters to their 2nd national title, in 1926. (SU has 2 national titles that pre-date the NCAA tournament that began in 1939).
John Mackey was one of if not the best TE to ever play the game. If you don't know anything about sports don't comment on it.
the Gait brothers, Qadry Ismail, Czonka, Stevie Thompson, Gene Mills (2 time ncaa wrestling champ)
You might want to have the lone heisman trophy winner of the school a little bit higher on that list considering lacrosse is played in about 15 states.
I think Ernie Davis should be in front of Mike Powell considering he is the only Heisman Trophy winner Syracuse has ever scene and lacrosse is played in about 15 states.
How about Craig Forth!!!
Dave Bing and Ernie Davis must be higher on this list! Davis won a national championship and the Heisman. They're making a movie about him due out next year. Plus, where's Pearl, Larry Csonka, Dwight Freeney, and Vic Hanson? Hanson's the only player in history elected to both the Basketball Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame!
I agree Patterson should be on that list along with Josh Wright-point guard Utica NY.
Obviously someone was off their rocker. Julie McBride? I was born and raised in Syracuse and went to the 'Cuse for undergrad and grad school and I have never heard her name. Ever. I'm sure she's great and all. But, womem's bball isn't on the map here. The fact that the Gait brothers aren't there is ridiculous. 3 NCs. Perhaps the best to ever play the sport (with the possible exception of the Powells). Changed the way the sport is played and put it largely on the map back in the day. Also Sherman Douglas, Floyd Little, and Larry Csonka could all be on there. I mean really - Julie McBride?
As one who saw them both, Gary Gait is far and away a better athlete than Mike Powell.
Gary Gait introduced Air-Gait to the lacrosse world. Mike Powell did a silly flip that had no business on a lacrosse field.
For that matter, give me Paul Gait, too.
Davis # 6? He won the Heisman, 1'st black to do it, # 2. And where is the Pearl?
What about Don McPherson? He's the QB who led the undefeated 87 Orangemen, won the Maxwell award, and came in second in Heisman voting. BTW it's too bad that Chancellor Cantor stopped Colt Brennan (due to his behavioral issues) from coming to the 'Cuse, he would probably deserve to be on the list too.
I dont think anyone should forget about Dwight Freeney. He has proven himself to be one of the most explosive players in the NFL. Oh, also, ever heard of Gerry McNamara? Possibly the most clutch player (besides Christian Laettner) in the college basketball post-season history. I'm not only talking about his performance in the 2003 national championship game, I am talking about the other two Big East Championships he brought back to Cuse after making ridiculous game saving shots.
Pearl Washington & Gerry Mac belong on this list but where do you place them? Everyone here is deserving, everyone.
Look, I know you're obviously trying to include a woman on this list as to not look sexist. But, you're talking about the greatest athletes to ever wear a Syracuse University uniform. You left people such as, Pearl Washington, Floyd Little, Casey and Ryan Powell as well as Paul and Gary Gait. And im not even going that deep. If you had done a little research you could have even included athletes such as ..
"Mean" Gene Mills. The first 4 time all american wrestler in Syracuse history. (Note: SU wrestling program no longer exsists.)
Gene is a 2 time NCAA champion, held the division 1 wrestling career pin record at 107, is a 3 time world cup champion, 1980 world super champion in japan, 1980 US olypmian and was also voted athlete of the year that year by the US olympic committee.
Gene holds a career record of 1356-46-1. Just some food for thought.
Amen on Pearl. How he could have been left off this list is beyond me. Without his abilities in the early 80s, they don't bring in recruiting classes with the likes of Coleman (who's on the list), Seikaly and right on down the line.
FLOYD LITTLE AND THE GAIT TWINS
"I've never even heard of Julia McBride and John Mackey. "
You should be ashamed. You have not been taught well.
Pearl Washington sucked. How about Anthony Smith who plays for the Steelers now?
How about Paul Pasqualoni?
Am i dating myself by bringing up Don McPherson? The guy was as phenomenal a college QB SU ever had, leading them to an undefeated season in 87. I might even place him higher than McNabb in regards to who was the better college QB. and what about the other great football players? Art Monk, Joe Morris, Dwight Freeney, Gary Anderson, Keith Bulluck all have ben pro bowl players in the NFL. We may suck at football now, but back a few years ago, we were GREAT!
Ok.. What about Troy Nunes??? lol.. Ok on a serious note. GMac needs to at least be 8 on that list. Casey Powell was good but who cares about lacrosse.
I'll take Marvin Graves over Julia McBride.
Pearl was one of the most sensational College basketball of all-time he should atleast make this list
John Mackey revolutionized the tight end position in football and is in the NFL Hall of Fame. The Mackey Award is named after him and is given annually to the best tight end in college football (just like the Unitas award is given to the best QB).
Who is he indeed? If anything, he should be above Carmelo.
I wonder about Lawrence Moten. Shouldn't he be on this list? He is, after all, the Big East's All Time Leading Scorer.
So many players can be on that list the Gait brothers (Syracuse is one of the four biggest lacrosse schools in the nation). Gary Gait, Dave Bing and Jim Brown have to be the top 3. Ernie Davis, Floyd Little, Pearl Washington, Mike Powell, Carmelo Anthony
Definitely should be on: Pearl Washington, all three powell brothers, the gait brothers. For consideration: Hakim Warrick, Gerry McNamara, Rony Seiklay, Preston Shumpert, Sherman Douglas, Daryl Johnston...soon to be on the list: eric devendorf and paul harris
Haha yes how can Perry Patterson not make the list? It loses all credibility with that omission. In all seriousness though, Pearl needs to be on this list. And if it were the most popular athlete, G-Mac would win hands down.
floyd little and gary gait for sure and the old timer vic hanson.plus ron luciano and gene mills. all this talk about a great tight end john mackey at syracuse he even played running back 1 season.also a great pro footballer jim ringo
Roy Simmons SR!!
Chuck Boniti great middle linebacker # 55. The best and toughest I ever saw.
Why are women athletes on this list. Once they leave college they become nobodys. Only real athletes from major sports should be on this list, aka no lacrosse.
The Gait Brothers and Gene Mills would be near the top of my list
These sort of lists suffer from recentism.
How about Sadat Singh?
Csonka was dominant and crushed other teams, one of the best fullbacks ever, college and pro.
The Gait brothers changed the game of lacrosse, and won 3 championships in 3 years.
Carmelo, although great, was not here long enough to establish mention on the all time list.
How could you not include Larry Csonka...more rushing yards at SU than Jim Brown and Ernie Davis? First round draft choice... All-time leading rusher in Miami Dolphins history...Super Bowl MVP...two-time Super Bowl Champ...
Considering the wealth of talent amassed on the hill throughout the years, shouldn't the Orange get a top 20 list?
Absolute joke to not include the Gait brothers (they should count as one)..., then Daryl Johnston is an overlooked player...ask Emmitt Smith why he had so many yards. Then definately Gary Anderson...one of the best kickers of all time!
How could you miss a World Champion. Anthony Washington won a world championship in track and field and won the US Championships and Olympic Trials twice over. Are you kidding me? Do some research please!!! In fact I'll help you. Here:
Hometown: Rome, N.Y.
Competing in his second Olympics after a fourth-place finish at the 1996 Atlanta Games
# Gold medalist at the 1999 World Championships (226-8), becoming the first American ever to win a discus gold medal at the World Championships
# Won 1999 USA Outdoors (222-11)
# Won the 1996 Olympic Trials
# Won the 1993 USA Outdoors
# won the 1992 Olympic Trials i
SU kicker Gary Anderson must be included in "Syracuse Top 10 Athletes." SU record holder and perhaps the NFL's most proficient kicker ever (in one of sporting competition's highest stress positions), Gary retired after the 2004 season as the NFL's all-time leading scorer... a monumental accomplishment!
It's simple. With our history it is impossible to come up with a Top 10. You need a Top 10 for Football and Basketball, and a Top 10 for miscellaneous. No disrespect to Lacrosse fans. That sport has more national championship trophies than all other sports combined.
Can we get a Josh Pace mention please? That boy was a runnin' fool. Running jumpers, finger rolls and he could run a partay up in the Dell Plizzle that's fo sho.
DC needs to be above Melo. He was there longer and was a #1 pick. Konrad should be in the discussion as should G Mac.
How is G. Gait and J Wallace not on that list. they were 4 year players who kept Cuse on the map!!
Forget Julie McBride, how about the Northern Exposure sensation that is Devin Brennan-McBride. Kid got skills like Kid n Play.
If we're ranking athletes purely on star power-- which also means impact--my list would only include athletes from big revenue sports. The argument that lacrosse is a niche sport for much of the country--and still considered a "club sport" at many large schools--would relegate Powell and the Gates brothers to lower on my list. How did these players advance the brand of Syracuse Athletics is my criteria for my list:
1. Jim Brown: enough said.
2. Dave Bing: SU hoops is king of The Hill, and without Bing, there is no great run of SU basketball. He opened the door to allow SU to recruit big name out of state talent. No Bing, no Derrick Coleman, no Final Fours. If not the best, certainly the most important SU hoops player.
3. Pearl Washington: a tough and surely controversial choice here, but again, Boehiem getting Pearl--when he could have easily played at St. Johns alongside Chris Mullin--helped SU compete with powerhouse Big East teams Georgetown ( with Pat Ewing ), Villanova ( Nat'l champs 1985 ), and St. Johns. Pearl's Big East tournament championship game duel against Patrick Ewing on National TV did more for SU recruiting than anything else. Again, no Pearl, no Sherman Douglas, Stevie Thompson, no great run in the late 80's.
4. Donovan McNabb: helped re-define the QB position in the NFL: strong armed, mobile, accurate passer, exciting to watch.
5. Carmello Anthony: elevated our hoops program from the "school with most hoops wins without a title" to powerhouse--and may have been the guy that broke down the Hall Of fame barrier for Boehiem.
6. John Mackey: legendary TE, re-defined the position.
7. Derrick Coleman: would have been higher on the list had he made the foul shots against Indiana.
8. Larry Csonka: Super Bowl MVP, linchpin of the NFL's only undefeated team.
9. Marvin Harrison: outside chance to be the statistical best receiver in NFL history.
10. Sherman Douglas: amazing that he's underrated now. I read in an interview that of all of the Syracuse players on those great late 80's teams they would go to war with, he was the player they feared most. Was the all time assist leader for years.
NEXT ON THE LIST: Joe Morris, Art Monk, John Wallace, G Mac, Freeney, Tim Green.
MIKE POWELL number 2 is crazy. Gary Gait was a MUCH better lax player!!!!
How about Gary and Paul Gait? Gary is arguably the greatest lacrosse player in history and Paul was not exactly a slouch. I believe they won three national titles.
Gerry Mcnamara was a joke. He was all hype. For how "tough" he was he couldn't get ANYTHING done in the NCAA tournament without Carmelo!!!! How can you consider him a GREAT SU athlete when he wasn't even one of the top ten SU bball players of all time!!!
1.) Dave Bing
2.) Pearl Washington
3.) Vic Hansen
4.) Derrick Coleman
5.) Sherman Douglas
6.) Billy Owens
7.) Rony Seikly
8.) Carmelo Anthony
9.) Hakim Warrick
10.) Etan Thomas
11.) Lawrence Moten
12.) John Wallace
13.) Rosie Bowie
14.) Louis Ore
15.) Jason Hart
Any subjective list limited to 10 athletes is going to tick off fans. Ernie Davis, Jim Brown and Dave Bing are, of course, locks for such a list for SU, but the remaining seven spots could go to any combination of the following: Floyd Little, Larry Csonka, Tommy Kane (his subsequent legal troubles shouldn't disqualify him), Don McPherson, Joe Morris, Pearl Washington, Rony Seikaly, Dennis Duval, the Powell brothers, Art Monk, Dwight Freeney, Gerry McNamara, Hakim Warrick, Vic Hanson, Sherman Douglas or Rudy Hackett.
Where do I begin? I would love to meet the moron who compiled this and throw him into an 8 foot snow bank. Great to you see Syracuse Lacrosse getting some love, but Mike Powell? Come on! That kid did nothing but blow lines and strum his little acoustic guitar. Track Star? Only thing he ran away from was class. If you are going to pick a lacrosse player than why not ones such as the gait brothers who revolutionized the sport?
It is evident that the person who wrote this must be barely about to legally purchase cigarettes. Where are the real classic Syracuse Basketball players? The true greats? Ronny Seikaly? Sherm Douglas? Or the 2nd comming of Jesus aka Gerry Mac? Your author would not know greatness if it were taking a dump on his or her's pimply head
10. The back court of Bing and Beohiem
9. Dwight Freeney
8. Pearl Washington
7. Marvin Harrison
6. g-mac (not so much an athlete, but if u need a running 3 ointer to win the game is there anyone else you want taking it?)
5. Carmelo Anthony
4. The 2 Gait Brothers
3.The 3 Powell Brothers
1. Jim Brown (Best Athlete Ever?)
The two greatest lacrosse players ever are Jim Brown and Gary Gait...they both revolutionized the game. Sorry Mikey. Not a huge fan of Coleman given other bb players to choose from. Who is Julia Mcbride?
Probably both Gait brothers need to be included but at least Gary. He is widely considered the best lacrosse player of all time.
You also have to find a spot for Pearl.
Uh, hello? Pat Woodcock!
lets see.... floyd little.... dwight freeney ,paul and gary gait... casey powell, i dont really agree with melo being #3 as much as i love him i dont see how one year makes him an all time great....DC was a good choice as was marvin but what about art monk? the man was the nfl's leader in receptions for how long?
Come on. Sherman Douglas goes on the list before Pearl. OVER - RATED !!!
Gary Gait. The best lacrosse player ever. Period.
Her name is Julie McBride......not Julia....SU...take note, her number belongs in the rafters! Great choice, her pro career is flourishing in Turkey
Floyd Little. The first three time All-American since Doak Walker. [Thirty years] And what about the Powells and Gaits. I can think of ten just from football.
Hey dummy mikey played lacrosse not track
Vic Hanson should be no lower than five on this list. Some would say he should be #1. Unfortunately, he played a long time ago so a lot of younger fans & press don't know/remember him. Don McPherson should be there. So should the Gaits. TED GREGORY. When he was healthy he was the most dominating defensive lineman I've ever seen. Ever. Syracuse had the #1 rushing defense in the nation in '87 before he got hurt. As much as I like Freeney, I think Gregory was better. And of course, Csonka, Little, Morris... maybe Sherman Douglas, but to tell you the truth, I look at the list and I don't know who the heck to take off to make room...
HOW ABOUT TIM GREEN DAN CONELY MARVIN HARRISON DON MACPHERSON STEVIE THOMPSON TONY BRUIN AND YES OF COURSE MEAN GENE MILLS
Don McFersion, he led then to a 11-0-1 season.
Pearl, Lawrence Moten, Billy Owens, The Gait Brothers, Art Monk, Don McPherson, Larry Csonka, Dwight Freeney, Rob Burnett, Tim Green, Markus Paul, Daryl "Moose" Johnston, Joe Morris, Sherman Douglas, shall I go on???
Who's Julia McBride??
Add Pearl...Floyd Little...Csonka...Joe Morris
G-Mac and Ernie Davis.
How about Larry Csonka and Tom Myers? Myers also played two sports(football--AA 3 years and lacrosse)
marius janulis...enough said!
Gerry McNamara for sure! How can you leave this guy out???? Melo would have never gotten the ball if Gerry Mac didn't get it to him. He was a major part in their championship season. And his senior year run through the Big East Tournament and taking the Orange to the NCAAs is the stuff movie producers can't even script!
Leaving out Gerry McNamara is ridiculous.
Only criticism is pearl..Love the top 4.
kevin mitchell (may he rest in peace)
Since we're not considering post college accomplishments 1) Jim Brown 2)PEARL 3)Dave Bing 4)Ernie Davis 5)MELO 6)Derrick Coleman 7)Gary Gait 8)Donovan McNabb 9)Marvin Harrison 10)Don McPherson
I think that there were several bad selections in that list. I also think that the list was heavily biased towards more recent history.
Problem #1, McBride was an absolute token inclusion. She might be the program's all time leading scorer, but it seems absurd to list her ahead of Marvin Harrison, who is warranting consideration as a challenger to Jerry Rice as greatest receiver of all time.
No way Dave Bing should have been #7--he should have been top four. The guy is an NBA hall of famer.
Powell was tremendous--absolutely tremendous, but c'mon--if a lacrosse player should be on this list, it needs to be Gary Gait, not Powell.
Carmelo doesn't belong at #3, either, regardless of the championship issue.
Excuse me, Julia McBride? First of all, her name's Julie. Second, her senior year, she didn't even make first-team all Big East. Or second team. While I certainly respect her accomplishments, I think you have to be suffering from "political-correctness-dictates-I-have-to-include-a-woman-somewhere" syndrome to count her as one of the 10 greatest athletes in SU history.
Ummmm....there was this little receiver who used to play for the Washington Redskins....I believe his name was ART MONK?!!?!?!??!?
How about Bill Wright? Coming out of Sistersville, WV, Bill led the football team in tackles in 1976 and started both ways in 75 and 76? Bill deserves to be on here!
Although he stunk it up with the Knicks, John Wallace's duty as an Orangeman was legitimate.
whoever said pearl sucked watch yourself. Gary Gait is the most dominant player in the history of lacrosse. He and his brother revolutionized the game. Also Casey was better than Mike. No doubt.
First of all McBride was one of the best female hoops players at SU. Secondly Don McPhearson should be there along with Art Monk. Gary and Paul Gait changed the rules of Lacrosse. You should definately look at them the way that Wilt Chamberlain changed the rules of basketball. There can only be 10 but Sherman and the Pearl need serious consideration. Anytime you do one of these "10" lists there is always bias to the popular sports. If you look at a complete body of work Gene Mills should be number 1.
There are too many to list. The nation underestimates how amazing SU sports history is. But for sure I'd have the Pearl up there. Anyone who thinks Jim Brown isn't number 1 is insane. He is, case closed. He's possibly number one for all college sports.
Who cares about lacrosse??? This is Syracuse sports history. I don't even watch lacrosee but it's HUGE in SU's sports almanac. Powell is great but I remember the impact the Gait's had on the city when I was growing up in Syracuse. They were walking legends.
ANYONE WHO SAYS PEARL WASHINGTON SUCKS IS AN OBVIOUS PLANT FROM THE HOYA WORLD OF LAMENESS. PEARL WASHINGTON RULED!!!
Apparently some people neglected to note this portion of the opening paragraph...
"Keeping the list to 10 was not easy, but we think these are the players who, regardless of their post-college careers, owned their sports while at the 'Cuse."
Gary Gait - a lacrosse legend
How about Kevin Johnson?
The Gait Brothers Belong Well above the Powell Brothers... Their game was so different from the rest of lacrosse at their time. Jim Brown ONE, but then the Gaits have to be appear in that list in the top five (ahead of the powells).
1. Jim Brown (Football/Lacrosse)
2. Ernie Davis (first AA to win Heisman)
3. Larry Csonka
4. Marvin Harrison
5. Donovan McNabb
6. Pearl Washington
7. Derrick Coleman
8. Gait Brothers (Gary and Paul)
9. Jerry Mackey (NFL Award named after him)
10. Carmelo Anhtony
Sherman Douglas and Pearl Washington both belong, as well as Bing, Coleman, and Carmelo.
Douglas led Syracuse to the national title game in 1987, and was the all time NCAA assist leader when he graduated. He was one of the best college point guards that I've ever seen, and helped popularize the alley-oop. Nobody threw it better than Douglas. Basketball is the most popular sport at Syracuse, therefore it deserves 5 on the list. The other 5 should be: Jim Brown, Ernie Davis, Donovan McNabb, Mike Powell, and Gary Gait.
To the poster who said no women and no lax- and to the poster who said lax is only played in 15 states- you're oblivious to the fact that this is a list about the best athletes at Syracuse University, not in the pros, and you fail to realize that SU has the 3 best to play the sport of lacrosse EVER. Jim Brown, Mike Powell, (and Gary Gait) did it better than anyone else except maybe each other. SU owns 9 national lacrosse titles, the most in any sport at the school. And it's the only sport at SU that can say without equivocacy it had the 3 best EVER to play a sport.
Also, Gary wasn't a better athlete than Mike. Mike owns the scoring record, rode his tail off, could pass as well as he could score,and did it without any of his brothers on the team or any other all-time greats. Gary was a revolutionary, but Mike was unguardable- he could stop on a dime, and blow by defenders. he probably had the most athleticism of any lax player ever.
Czonka,Little,Morris in football.
Douglas,Thompson,Moten,Wallace in Basketball.
1. Jim Brown
2. Donovan McNabb
3. Marvin Harrison
4. Carmelo Anthony (he's here because he played one year)
5. Mike Powell (not many people know what school track athletes come from)
6. Art Monk
7. Dwight Freeney
8. Derrick Coleman
9. Larry Csonka
10. John Mackey
I dont see how you can leave a future NFL Hall of Famer in Marvin Harrison off the list.
Where's the love for Hakim Warrick? Saved the championship game with that block. Incredible leaper. Ending being a fantastic athlete and a pretty good basketball player.
Gait brothers ahead of Mike Powell; Pearl definitely -- who is McBride?
Who's Julia McBride? Was she the one in Pretty Woman? How about Sherman Douglas or Billy Owens?
Good grief people, Pearl Washington was a fraud. That boy got exposed so quickly in the pro's it wasn't even funny. He to Syracuse basketball, what acey King is to Oklahoma basketball. Don't believe the hype. Now, I agree that the Czonk and Floyd Little should rank, but I'm not much of a lacrosse expert, so I'll give this list the benifit of the doubt.
Tim Green, Louis Orr, Pearl Washington, Joe Morris, and Gene Mills belong on the list.
Ludwig Reimmer - Overshadowed by McNabb, but still considered by many to be the best fullback in Big East history.
Ty Detmer The Byu Allstar QB
Gary Gait is still considered the greatest lacrosse player ever. He should be #2 after Jim Brown
bill scharr,tony scott and what about greg monroe? all rochester boys.
You over look Mr.Woody durham, voices UNC football&basketball.
He bests voice over the radio,every saturday durning football
Dan Hardy is horrible. he gets worse and worse every game
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