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Alexander Wolff
January 26, 1998
While Pacific has the most formidable foreigner in Michael Olowokandi (above), other schools have enjoyed having classy imports. Here are the top-of-the-line models.
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January 26, 1998

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While Pacific has the most formidable foreigner in Michael Olowokandi (above), other schools have enjoyed having classy imports. Here are the top-of-the-line models.

Hanno M�tt�l�, Utah
Finnish sophomore turned down $700,000 offer from a European club team in December.

Juan (Pepe) Sanchez, Temple
Art history major from Argentina averaging 4.8 assists and 4.0 steals as a sophomore.

Kaspars Kambala, UNLV
Ivan Drago look-alike freshman from Latvia had double doubles in eight of first 11 games.

Eduardo N�jera, Oklahoma
Sooners sophomore from Mexico averaging 12.1 points and 6.2 rebounds.

Todd MacCulloch, Washington
Canadian who led NCAA in field goal percentage (.676) last year as a junior has dipped to .669 for the 11-3 Huskies.

Ademola Okulaja, North Carolina
Junior role player from Germany leads Tar Heels in steals, with 30.

Yegor Mescheriakov, George Washington
6'8" Belarussian junior is a 40% three-point shooter and a big reason Colonials are 15-3.

Statistics through Sunday's games.

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