21. Scott May
May might very well be the most obscure entry on this list but there is no denying his impact for the 1975-76 Indiana Hoosiers, the last NCAA Men’s Division I team to go undefeated team through the entire regular season and March Madness.
May was co-captain of that 32-0 Indy team, and captured the relevant awards for Player of the Year, and it was well deserved as he averaged 33 minutes a game (meaning he only rested about 3 minutes each half and was the focal point of the offense when he was on the court), and averaged 18 points and 8 rebounds per game.
His pro career may have fizzled, but May will always be a college legend.