9. Pete Maravich
As noted by Grantland, Louisiana State University’s Maravich was a player who had an astonishing career collegiate points-per-game average of 44.2 points per game, yet that was actually higher than his three-year average shooting percentage of 43.8, a remarkable feat when you think about it. And to show that he was no one-dimensional player, “Pistol Pete” also totaled averages of over six rebounds and five assists per game, keeping his Tiger teammates involved.
Even though he was not permitted to play his freshman season, Maravich still ended his three years at LSU as college basketball’s all time leading scorer. Of course, it helped that his father, Press Maravich was the Tigers’ head coach, allowing Maravich to throw up 38 shots per game.