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1. DESMOND CAMBRIDGE Desmond Cambridge set an NCAA record in 2002 for most steals in a season when he made an incredible 160 steals in 29 games as a senior guard for Alabama A&M. 52 steals per game—more than many teams average. 93. In 2005, Cambridge played for the Nashville Rhythm of the ABA. 2. MOOKIE BLAYLOCK Mookie Blaylock was consistently among the leaders in steals at both the college and pro levels. 8 per game—second 47 ................. 11442$ CH11 08-26-05 10:51:18 PS PAGE 47 48 Basketball’s Most WantedTM II A.
3 points per game. However, Mount’s pro career never amounted to the hype he generated in high school and college. He signed with the Indiana Pacers out of the ABA, but lasted only two years there. 2 points per game. His final scoring total was 3,330 points, and he retired at the age of 28. 5. JEFF LAMP Jeff Lamp had a great college basketball career scoring more than 2,300 points from 1977–1981 for the University of Virginia Cavaliers. The school retired Lamp’s number because of his great career, but Lamp flopped in the NBA.
Anderson guided his team to the Final Four, where they lost to the eventual champion UNLV. 9. BERNARD KING Bernard King dominated college basketball the day he stepped on the court for the University of Tennessee Volunteers. In his first college game in November 1974, King scored 42 points against Wisconsin-Milwaukee. King averaged better than 26 points per game on his way to earning SEC Player of the Year honors in 1975 as a freshman. 10. FAB FIVE The 1991 recruiting class of the University of Michigan Wolverines’ basketball squad was one of the most heralded of all time.