Another high draft pick in an era when NBA teams coveted anyone over 6’10 who could jog in a straight line without getting hurt, the Golden State Warriors selected Todd Fuller with the 11th overall pick in the 1996 NBA Draft, two spots ahead of Kobe Bryant and four spots ahead of Steve Nash. Fuller lasted just six seasons in the NBA, playing for four teams along the way.
In his post-playing days, Fuller has used his “fame” to promote his strong Christian values. He’s also a certified private pilot, and has served on the Airport Advisory Committee for Charlotte-Douglas International Airport since 2008. Fuller also serves on the scholarship committee of North Carolina State University, his alma matter.