16. Gail Goodrich
That UCLA dynasty was so good that another player must be recognized within the confines of this list and that player is Goodrich, who was Player of the Year for the Bruins before Lew Alcindor arrived, during the 1964-65 season.
The year before, Goodrich had lead the Bruins to their first title during the remarkable tenure of ten-time champion, Coach John Wooden Goodrich, along with Walt Hazzard, formed the best backcourt in the nation, transforming a good Bruins team into a dynasty.
Goodrich was part of the first two UCLA title winning teams and averaged 19 points and five rebounds during his career in Westwood.