10. Jerry West
Sure his iconic outline serves as the NBA logo, but West was also an outstanding collegiate hoopster, averaging 25 points and 13 rebounds in 93 career games for the West Virginia Mountaineers.
Jerry truly put the “West” in West Virginia, almost bringing the Mountaineers to the promised land, just barely losing the University of California-Berkeley 71-70 in the 1959 championship game that they had trailed by six at halftime.
No one could blame West for the loss as he scored 28 points on 48 percent shooting and also managed to snag 11 rebounds.