21. Bo Kimble, Loyola Marymount
Kimble may not have been the winningest March Madness player ever, but he is one of the most memorable. Bo Kimble’s Loyola Marymount teams were wildly entertaining, leading the nation in scoring three times with a high tempo and a full court press. Kimble is one of five players in tournament history to score 40 points in a single game more than once, and his his 35.8 points per game in 1990 are the fourth most ever.
But beyond all the numbers was one beautiful memory. To honor teammate Hank Gathers who had passed away unexpectedly in the conference tournament, Kimble shot his first free throw of each game left handed like Gathers. He was a perfect three for three.