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THE GREATEST WILDCATS OF ALL TIME
William F. Reed
October 10, 2007
MORE THAN A FEW GOOD MEN HAVE GRACED KENTUCKY'S BASKETBALL COURTS. FROM COTTON TO KYLE,HERE ARE THE TOP 15
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October 10, 2007

The Greatest Wildcats Of All Time

MORE THAN A FEW GOOD MEN HAVE GRACED KENTUCKY'S BASKETBALL COURTS. FROM COTTON TO KYLE,HERE ARE THE TOP 15

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FRANK RAMSEY, 1951-52, '54
Known for his slashing drives to the basket, Ramsey was one of UK's best rebounders. He pulled down 1,038 boards (in 91 games), which still ranks second in school history.

10 F
JOHNNY COX, 1957-59
The 6'4" Cox had a deadly jumper from the corner and a hook from the top of the key. He teamed with Vernon Hatton to lead the Wildcats to the '58 title.

11 F
KEVIN GREVEY, 1973-75
As a senior, the 6'5" lefty led UK to a historic upset of Indiana in the NCAA regional final. He had the speed to drive around defenders and the jumping ability to go over them.

12 F
JACK GIVENS, 1975-78
Known as the Goose, Givens will always be remembered for his 41-point outburst against Duke in the NCAA title game. He ranks first in field goals made (843 of 1,683).

13 G
TONY DELK, 1993-96
Voted the team's best rebounder in '94, best defensive player in '95 and '96, and MVP in '96, Delk was also selected as the AP and coaches' SEC Player of the Year in '96.

14 C
SAM BOWIE, 1980-81, '84
Bowie earned All-SEC honors in his first two seasons in Lexington before a stress fracture of his left shinbone forced him to miss two seasons.

15 G
KYLE MACY, 1978-80
A Parade All-America from Peru ( Ind.) High who initially went to Purdue, Macy made his three years at Kentucky count: He was twice named All-America as a Wildcat.

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