C | CAREER: 1966-69
CAREER STATS: 20.8 ppg, 15.3 rpg, 48.4 FG%
Florida's first All-America (second team) and the only Gator to have his number retired, Walk holds the school records for scoring, rebound average and total rebounds (1,181). He was the No. 2 selection in the 1969 NBA draft, right after Lew Alcindor.
F | CAREER: 1998-2002
CAREER STATS: 13.7 ppg, 6.4 rpg, 58.4 FG%
Haslem, a four-time All-SEC choice, ranks among Florida's top 10 in 11 statistical categories. In four seasons the power forward played in all 130 games (including 99 straight starts) and was the first Gator to play in four consecutive NCAA tournaments.
F | CAREER: 1999-2003
CAREER STATS: 12.0 ppg, 5.9 rpg, 50.3 FG%
A three-time All-SEC selection and three-time National Academic All-America, Bonner played in a Gators-record 131 games and in 100 wins. In his final three seasons he shot over 50% from the field, including 47.4% from beyond the arc as a senior.
G | CAREER: 1984-88
CAREER STATS: 18.8 ppg, 1.58 spg, 2.96 apg
Official records of his final two seasons have been expunged because of multiple legal problems, but on the floor Maxwell scored more points (2,450), made more steals (206) and connected on more field goals (921) than any other player in Gators history.
G | CAREER: 1996-2003
CAREER STATS: 11.0 ppg, 3.14 apg, 1.54 spg
Twice Florida's most-improved player, Nelson holds the Gators record for three-pointers, with 274. He set another team record by making a trey in 33 straight games.