23. Gerald Wallace (Alabama)
Gerald Wallace was like a human Kamikaze on the basketball court: he attacked opposing teams with reckless and unrelenting abandon, earning him the nickname “Crash” (and leading to him missing a lot of time due to injuries as a result). Simply put, for the majority of his 16-year NBA career, Wallace was one of those “energy guys” that every NBA team needs to have on their roster.
However, he was much more than just a token bench player. He averaged at least 18 points per game scoring during four of his five years with the (then) Charlotte Bobcats, and was named an NBA All-Star and voted to the NBA All-Defensive First Team while there.