5. Greivis Vasquez
Perhaps no player on this list left me as perplexed as Greivis Vasquez. He was one of the greatest and most recognized players in school history but yet one of the most polarizing.
History will likely benefit Vasquez, as his numbers and accomplishments will make him remembered as one of the best to put on a uni, but history will forget the number of times Vasquez was criticized for his flamboyance and decision making.
I ultimately decided to make him fifth. Perhaps that’s too high, but I was around this team a great deal and saw much of the era where the Venezuelan simply did not receive the appreciation he deserved.
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