It’s time to show some appreciation in this week’s #WNSTSweet16

February 18, 2014 | Glenn Clark

It’s time to show some appreciation in this week’s #WNSTSweet16

15. Eric Hayes

Another three year starter and a cornerstone of the last “very good” team in the Gary Williams era. His assist numbers were good but hampered by sharing a backcourt with Greivis Vasquez. His three point shooting was sublime and he ranks as the greatest free throw shooter in Maryland history.

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  1. chris Says:

    looking at all of these old videos, i keep thinking one the thing: God i miss Gary Williams

  2. chris Says:

    Great list. I still say Steve Blake is underrated though. He was always overshadowed by Dixon but really was the glue of the team for his 4 years. I will never forget the steal he had on Jason (Jay) Williams as Williams was getting instructions from Coach K and never saw Blake coming. Also who knew he would go on to have a 10+ year NBA Career and counting? I dont think anyone ever predicted that at the time he was drafted. As you can tell he was probably my All time favorite terp.

  3. Phil Says:

    agree with the Steve Sheppard suggestion…did you consider Herman Veal?

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