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Wayman Tisdale

1. WAYMAN TISDALE (1982-85) — 2,661 POINTS
Played just three seasons at Oklahoma ... A three-time consensus All-American ... One of three players in history to receive All-America honors as a freshman ... Three-time Big Eight Conference Player of the Year ... Two-time Big Eight Tournament MVP ... Became 10th player in NCAA history to record 2,000 career points and 1,000 rebounds ... Stands as the Big Eight's second all-time career scorer ... Also conference's eighth-leading rebounder of all time ... Only player in Big Eight history to lead league in scoring three straight years ... Set OU single-season scoring record with 932 points in 1984-85 ... Big Eight single-game record of 61 points versus Texas-San Antonio stood until 1995 ... A member of the 1983 U.S. Pan American squad ... Leading rebounder on the gold-medal-winning 1984 U.S. Olympic team (6.4 rpg) ... Second overall pick in 1985 NBA Draft (Indiana Pacers) ... Averaged 15.3 points over 12 NBA seasons for Pacers, Sacramento Kings and Phoenix Suns ... Passed away from cancer in May 2009 at age of 44 ... Posthumously inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in November 2009 (same class as Larry Bird and Earvin "Magic" Johnson).

2. BUDDY HIELD (2012-16) — 2,291 POINTS
Is the Big 12’s all-time leading scorer … Became just the second player in Big 12 history to win conference player of the year twice (Raef LaFrentz, 1997, ’98) … Was named the winner of the 2016 Wooden Award, Naismith Trophy and the Oscar Robertson Trophy as the national player of the year (first consensus player of the year for OU since Blake Griffin in 2009) … A two-time All-Big 12 First Team member (2015, 2016) … Ranks first in OU history in 3-pointers made (349) and attempted (894) … Finished regular season conference play with 1,202 career points, the most all-time by any Big 12 player … Finished career ranked third in Big 12 history in both field goals made (783) and 3-pointers made (349) … Set a conference record for most 30-point games with 14, including 12 during his senior season … Had six career double-doubles … Started every game for Oklahoma in his final three seasons (105 total) and played in 132 total contests in his career.
3. JEFF WEBSTER (1989-94) — 2,281 POINTS
A first-team All-Big Eight selection as a senior when he averaged 23.7 points a game ... Led the conference and ranked 21st in the nation in scoring during the 1993-94 campaign ... Named the Big Eight Conference Newcomer of the Year in 1991 ... One of only four Sooners to reach the 1,000-point milestone during his sophomore season ... Finished third nationally among freshmen in scoring in 1991 (18.3 ppg) ... Participated in the 1993 World University Games in Buffalo, N.Y. ... Drafted in NBA second round (40th overall) by the Miami Heat.
4. TIM McCALISTER (1983-87) — 2,275 POINTS
Played in 136 career games to rank second on OU's all-time list (one behind Darryl Kennedy) ... Named 1984 Big Eight Conference Newcomer of the Year after averaging 16.1 points as a freshman ... Averaged career-best 19.8 points as a senior when he was a first-team All-Big Eight selection ... Made 2.6 3-pointers per game his senior year (first season of 3-point line in Big Eight) ... Stands as the seventh-leading scorer in Big Eight history ... OU's leader in career minutes and field goal attempts ... Ranks second to Terry Evans on Sooners' career assists list (628) and stands third on career steals list (258) ... Drafted in the third round by the Los Angeles Clippers in 1987.

5. DARRYL "CHOO" KENNEDY (1983-87) — 2,097 POINTS
Oklahoma's all-time leader in games played (137) ... Stands third on career minutes played list (4,099) ... Ranks second at OU in all-time rebounds (954) and 11th in career steals (128) ... A 1986 first-team All-Big Eight selection after finishing second in scoring (21.0 ppg) and first in rebounding (8.2 rpg) ... Averaged at least 15.0 points in each of his last three seasons ... Selected by the Boston Celtics in the fourth round of the NBA Draft in 1987 ... Collected two titles as a member of the World Basketball League's Las Vegas franchise ... Named MVP of the 1990 championship series.

6. STACEY KING (1985-89) — 2,008 POINTS
Exploded onto the college basketball scene his junior season ... Led OU to the 1988 NCAA title game (averaged 25.3 points and 8.7 rebounds over OU's six tournament contests that year) ... MVP of the NCAA Southeast Regional and Big Eight Conference Tournament ... Earned 1988 second-team All-America honors from The Sporting News ... A 1989 consensus All-American ... Also named Big Eight Player of the Year as a senior ... Logged the third-highest single-season scoring average (26.0 ppg) at OU and netted 10.1 rebounds a game ... Left OU as the Big Eight's all-time blocked shots leader ... Only Big Eight player to ever reject 100 or more shots in a season (103 in 1988) ... Ended his college career ranked 14th in all-time NCAA Tournament scoring ... Twelve NCAA Tournament games ties for most played by a Sooner ... The first selection of the Chicago Bulls in the 1989 NBA Draft (sixth overall).

Ryan Minor
7. RYAN MINOR (1992-96) — 1,946 POINTS
A two-time first-team All-Big Eight selection ... Named AP Big Eight Player of the Year in 1994-95 as a junior after averaging 23.6 points and 8.4 rebounds ... Named Big Eight Player of the Week three times that year ... Runner-up in conference player-of-the-year balloting his senior season ... Broke his own school record for consecutive made free throws with 30 in a nine-game stretch as a senior ... Ranks 11th on OU all-time rebounding list with 767 and sixth in 3-pointers with 170 ... Selected in the second round (32nd overall) of the 1996 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers ... Also a standout in baseball ... Member of 1994 College World Series champion team ... Played 46 games with the Baltimore Orioles in 1999 ... Replaced Cal Ripken Jr. in Baltimore's lineup Sept. 20, 1998, ending Ripken's major league record of 2,632 consecutive games played.

8. HOLLIS PRICE (1999-2000) — 1,821 POINTS
A two-time first-team All-Big 12 selection and 2003 AP Big 12 Player of the Year ... Two-time Big 12 Tournament MVP (2002 and 2003) ... A USBWA, NABC, Sports Illustrated and Wooden Award first-team All-American in 2003 (finished third in Wooden Award balloting) ... Earned second-team AP All-America acclaim in 2003 (sixth in overall voting) ... Two-time member of Big 12's All-Defense Team ... Holds OU records for free throw percentage in a season (.929) and a career (.861) ... Made 36 consecutive free throw attempts in 2003 to set school mark ... Holds school postseason records for games played (tied with Stacey King at 12), minutes played (393) and 3-pointers (21) ... Led team to 2002 Final Four and 2003 Elite Eight ... Won more games (110) than any other Sooner ... Ranks second at OU in 3-pointers (241), second in minutes played (4,296), second in games played (136), fourth in steals (224), sixth in assists (462) and 10th in field goals (611) ... OU went 110-26 (.809) in games he played.

9. ALVAN ADAMS (1972-75) — 1,707 POINTS
Credited with the rebirth of Oklahoma basketball ... Noted as one of the top two rebounders in OU history ... An All-American in 1974 and '75 ... Also received Academic All-America honors that season ... A three-time All-Big Eight Conference selection ... Named Big Eight Player of the Year in 1975 ... Ranks 14th in Big Eight history in rebounding ... Still holds single-game OU record for rebounds in a game with 28 in his first career outing (versus Indiana State) ... Also holds school records for rebound average in career (12.8) and field goal percentage in a game (1.000; 11-of-11) ... The first-round selection (fourth pick overall) of the Phoenix Suns in the 1975 NBA Draft ... Named NBA Rookie of the Year in 1976 ... Played 13 years in Phoenix and ended his career as the Suns' all-time leading scorer (13,910 points) ... Led Suns to the 1976 NBA finals.

Eduardo Najera

10. EDUARDO NAJERA (1996-2000) — 1,646 POINTS
Earned first-team All-Big 12 and third-team All-America honors his senior year ... Named the Chip Hilton National Player of the Year that season for excellence on and off the court ... Ranked second in the Big 12 in scoring (18.4 ppg) and rebounding (9.2 rpg) as a senior ... Named to the 2000 Big 12 Tournament all-tourney squad ... A second-team All-Big 12 selection as a junior in 1998-99 when he averaged 15.5 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.2 assists ... Averaged 14.7 points and 11.7 boards over three 1999 NCAA Tournament games ... Converted 51 three-pointers his junior season after making a combined 16 during his first two campaigns ... Selected 39th overall by the Houston Rockets in the 2000 NBA Draft and was promptly traded to the Dallas Mavericks ... Traded to Golden State Warriors in 2004 and to Denver Nuggets in 2005 ... Signed with New Jersey Nets in 2008.

11. DON SIDLE (1965-68) — 1,548 POINTS
One of the first "big men" in the Sooner program ... Captured All-America honors in 1967 and 1968 ... Also named to the Big Eight All-Conference squads those seasons ... Ended his Oklahoma career owning 11 school records including most points (1,548) and rebounds (767) for a career ... Ranks third in career scoring average (20.4 ppg.) ... The first player in OU modern history to score more than 40 points in a game (42 vs. Missouri in 1967) ... Picked by San Francisco in the third round of the 1968 NBA Draft.

12. JOHN McCULLOUGH (1975-79) — 1,507 POINTS
Named Big Eight Conference Player of the Year in 1979 ... One of five OU players to receive the honor ... A two-time All-Big Eight selection (1977 and 1979) ... Led OU to its first Big Eight title in 1979 and first league crown in 30 years ... Ended his career as the third-leading all-time scorer at Oklahoma ... Stands ninth on the school's all-time assists chart (381) and ranks in top 20 in career rebounds (606) ... Set OU postseason record with 11 assists versus Texas in 1979 NCAA Tournament ... Picked in the fourth round of 1979 NBA Draft by the Kansas City Kings.

13. CHUCKY BARNETT (1979-83) — 1,462 POINTS
An All-Big Eight performer as a junior in 1982 when he helped OU to the NIT semifinals ... Named to the NIT all-tournament team ... Shares the Oklahoma single-game postseason record for field goals (14 vs. Bradley in 1982 NIT) with six others ... Led the Big Eight in scoring in 1983 (18.9 ppg) ... Finished his career as the fourth-leading scorer in school history ... Selected by the Houston Rockets in the fifth round of the 1983 NBA Draft.

14. STEVEN PLEDGER (2009-13-88) — 1,392 POINTS
One of 17 Sooners to reach 1,000 career points before senior season ... Started 91 of 124 career games (including each of final 64 contests) ... Ranks second at OU in career 3-pointers (249) and 3-point attempts (675) ... Made at least three 3-pointers in a game 41 times in his career ... His .833 free throw mark in 2011-12 stands as seventh-best single-season mark in school history ... An honorable mention All-Big 12 selection as a junior when he averaged team-high 16.2 points per game to rank sixth in league ... A third-team all-league selection as a senior in 2012-13.

15. HARVEY GRANT (1986-88) — 1,391 POINTS
One of just four Sooners to amass 1,000 points after transferring from junior college ... Big Eight Conference Newcomer of the Year in 1987 after averaging 16.9 points and 9.9 boards ... Collected All-Big Eight honors as a senior and was named to league's postseason all-tournament team ... Helped lead the 1988 team to the NCAA Championship game ... Ended his career as the 10th-leading rebounder in OU history ... Set school records for rebounds in a postseason game (17) and boards in a game at Lloyd Noble Center (23) ... 816 points in 1988 season rank as fifth-highest single-season OU total ... Picked by the Washington Bullets in the first round (12th overall) of the 1988 NBA Draft.

16. TERRY EVANS (1989-93) — 1,361 POINTS
Holds OU career records in assists (651), 3-pointers (259) and 3-point attempts (698) ... Also holds Big Eight records for 3-pointers and 3-point attempts ... Trails only Mookie Blaylock on the school's all-time steals list (265) ... Tied for third in postseason games played (10) ... An honorable mention All-Big Eight selection in 1992 and 1993 ... A member of the Big Eight's All-Academic team all four years ... Served as OU's director of basketball operations in 2001-02 .... Currently head coach at Central Oklahoma.

17. TONY CROCKER (2006-10) — 1,351 POINTS
One of 17 Sooners to reach 1,000 career points before his senior season ... Started 125 games (five shy of school record), including his last 96 ... Finished OU career ranked fifth in games played (132), fourth in 3-point field goals (198) and tied for third in 3-point field goal attempts (540) ... One of two players in OU history (Ryan Minor) to amass at least 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 150 3-pointers ... Led Big 12 guards in rebounding (6.2) and double-doubles (seven) as a senior ... Set a Big 12 record for points in a half with 29 in first against Centenary his senior season (made seven 3-pointers in the half) ... Made six treys and scored 28 points against Syracuse in 2009 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 game.

18. DAVID JOHNSON (1983-87) — 1,344 POINTS
A part-time starter in his four years and was a member of the same recruiting class as Tim McCalister and Darryl Kennedy ... Played in 133 games, fourth most in Oklahoma history ... Ranks 15th in career points, eighth in rebounds (810), 10th in free throw attempts (515) and 11th in free throws made (332) ... Selected to the Big Eight postseason all-tournament team in 1986 ... Was selected by the Dallas Mavericks in the fourth round (89th overall) of the 1987 NBA Draft.

Mookie Blaylock

19. MOOKIE BLAYLOCK (1987-89) — 1,338 POINTS
Regarded as one of the best defensive guards in NCAA history ... Named Big Eight Newcomer of the Year in 1988 ... Earned All-America and all-conference honors in 1989 ... Set the NCAA single-season steals record (150) as a junior ... Became first player in NCAA history to record 200 assists and 100 steals in consecutive seasons ... Holds NCAA record for most steals in a game (13, twice) ... Averaged an incredible 3.8 steals per game during his career ... Ranks first at OU in career steals (281), fifth in assists (465) and seventh in 3-pointers (169) despite playing just two seasons ... A first-round selection (12th overall) by New Jersey Nets in 1989 NBA Draft ... A 1994 NBA All-Star and All-Defensive First Team pick in 1994 and 1995.

20. ISAIAH COUSINS (2012-16) — 1,326 POINTS
Started every game during his sophomore, junior and senior campaigns (105 combined) ... Appeared in 137 total games over the course of his career … Became the 42nd player in OU history to score 1,000 career points (ended with 1,326) … Finished career ranked fifth in program history in 3-point field goal percentage (.407, 176 of 432), seventh in career minutes played (3,796), eighth in career 3-pointers made (176) and ninth all-time in career steals (157) … Graduated with a degree in human relations ... Voted by teammates as the squad’s best dancer and fastest from baseline to baseline.

21. CAMERON CLARK (2010-14) — 1,284 POINTS
Finished career ranked 19th at OU in career scoring, seventh in games played (128) and seventh in 3-point field goal percentage (.398) ... Did not miss a game in his career ... Made 93 career starts (all of team’s 32 games as a freshman and all 33 as a senior) ... A third-team All-Big 12 selection as a senior when he averaged 15.6 points and 5.5 rebounds a game ... Led Big 12 in points per 40 minutes his senior year (22.6) ... Surpassed 30 points three times in his final season ... Scored 26 points in final career game vs. North Dakota State in NCAA Tournament.

22. BLAKE GRIFFIN (2007-09) — 1,278 POINTS
The consensus 2008-09 national player of the year ... OU's first winner of Naismith Award, Wooden Award or Oscar Robertson Trophy ... Played two seasons before being selected No. 1 overall in 2009 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Clippers ... Finished OU career ranked first in field goal percentage (.618), second in rebounds per game (11.8), third in double-doubles (40) and sixth in points per game (18.8) ... Set OU and Big 12 records his sophomore year for rebounds (504), rebounding average (14.4), field goal percentage (.654) and double-doubles (30) ... His 504 boards as a sophomore were NCAA's most since Larry Bird's 505 in 1978-79 and his 30 double-doubles were one shy of NCAA single-season record ... Led OU to 2009 NCAA Tournament Elite Eight by averaging 28.5 points, 15.0 rebounds and 2.3 assists (shot .780 from field) over four games ... Recorded Big 12's first-ever game of at least 40 points and 20 rebounds (vs. Texas Tech in 2009) ... A first-team All-Big 12 selection and 90 as a freshman.

23. AL BEAL (1976-80) — 1,245 POINTS
One of the top rebounders in Oklahoma history ... Stands fourth on OU's career list with 917 boards ... Set a single-season school record for field goal percentage in 1979 (.627) ... Career field goal percentage mark of .557 ranks sixth in OU history ... Shot at least .500 from the field all four years ...Ranks first in career blocked shots with 230 ... The third-round selection of the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1980 NBA Draft.

24. AARON CURRY (1976-80) — 1,237 POINTS
Member of the 1979 Big Eight champion Sooners ... Played in 110 career games ... Averaged 15.1 points per game his senior year when he shot a career-high .545 from the field ... A good shooter who sported a .500 career field goal percentage and .753 free throw mark ... Selected in the third round (98th overall) of the 1980 NBA Draft by the New Jersey Nets.

25. DAVID LITTLE (1981-83) — 1,229 POINTS
Named 1982 Big Eight Newcomer of the Year after transferring from Texas Tech ... Also named to the Big Eight postseason all-tournament team as a junior ... A unanimous All-Big Eight selection in 1983 ... Left OU as the school's seventh-leading scorer ... Ranks seventh on Oklahoma's career scoring average list (18.6) ... Career free throw percentage (.822) ranks fourth at OU ... Selected in the third round (61st overall) of the 1983 NBA Draft by the Denver Nuggets.

26. GARFIELD HEARD (1967-70) — 1,227 POINTS
OU's first true superstar ... Was an All-Big Eight performer as a senior when he averaged 21.7 points and 12.5 rebounds ... Left school as the second-leading career scorer and top rebounder ... Career rebounding average (10.6) ranks third behind Alvan Adams and Blake Griffin ... Rebounding average (12.5) in 1970 stands as fourth highest in OU annals ... The first-round pick (third overall) of the Seattle Supersonics in the 1970 NBA Draft ... Played 11 seasons in the NBA and helped Phoenix to the 1976 championship series ... Averaged 8.7 points and 7.5 rebounds during his pro career.

Bobby Jack

27. BOBBY JACK (1969-72) — 1,219 POINTS
An All-Big Eight Conference selection in 1972 ... Known for his solid defensive play and rebounding ability ... Collected 471 rebounds in three seasons ... Averaged 16.5 points and 7.5 boards his senior season ... Tied an Oklahoma postseason single-game record with 14 field goals versus Hawaii in 1971 NIT ... Also played baseball and led the Sooners to a Big Eight title and the College World Series ... Signed with Major League Baseball's Atlanta Braves after he was drafted by the NBA's Cincinnati franchise ... Son (Aaron) played basketball at Texas A&M (lettered 1998-01).

28. COREY BREWER (1996-98) — 1,211 POINTS
Started in each of OU's 63 games during his two years ... One of four junior college transfers to score 1,000 points at Oklahoma ... Became sixth-fastest Sooner (tied with Brent Price) to reach 1,000 points (54 games) ... One of three finalists for 1998 Big 12 Player of the Year when he averaged 20.8 points ... Averaged a Big 12-best 24.4 points in league play ... Named Big 12 Newcomer of the Year in 1997 (averaged 17.5 points) ... Career scoring average (19.2) ranks fourth in OU history ... Holds third- and fifth-best marks for made free throws in a season (192 and 186) ... Named to the Big 12 postseason all-tournament team in 1997 and 1998.

29. LES LANE (1951-55) — 1,180 POINTS
The first Sooner to reach the 1,000-point plateau ... An All-Big Seven Conference pick in 1954 and 1955 ... Garnered Helms Foundation All-America honors in 1955 when he averaged 19.6 points ... One of only two 1,000-point scorers in OU history (Corey Brewer is the other) to have converted more free throws (418) than field goals (381) in his career ... Starting point guard on gold-medal-winning 1960 USA Olympic basketball team that went 8-0 in Rome (team was inducted into Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in August 2010) ... Served as Mexico's head coach in 1968 Olympics in Mexico City (team finished in fifth place with a 7-2 record) ... Lettered two years in football as a defensive halfback under head coach Bud Wilkinson and lettered in track and field as a pole vaulter ... Named OU basketball head coach in the spring of 1974 but died five months later without coaching a game.

30. BRENT PRICE (1990-92) — 1,173 POINTS
A starter in 64 of 65 games at OU after transferring from South Carolina following his sophomore season ... A first-team All-Big Eight selection as a senior ... His 56 points against Loyola Marymount in his junior campaign stand as the second most in OU history (five off the record) ... Career scoring average of 18.0 is the third highest among all OU guards ... Holds school single-game records for 3-pointers (11) and 3-point attempts (19) ... Ranks eighth at OU in career 3-pointers (167) ... Led the team in assists and steals his two years as a Sooner ... Picked by the Washington Bullets in the second round of the 1992 NBA Draft ... Played nine NBA seasons.

31. WILLIE ROGERS (1965-68) — 1,153 POINTS
A steady contributor at OU who reached the 1,000-point mark despite playing only three seasons ... Left as the school's fourth-leading scorer and third-leading rebounder ... Best season was the 1966-67 campaign when he averaged 16.5 points and 8.5 rebounds ... Selected in the eighth round of the 1969 NBA Draft by the Seattle SuperSonics.

Started every game his first three seasons (105 combined) ... On pace to finish in top three in OU history in assists ... Owns a 1.9 assist-to-turnover ratio ... One of two starters returning in 2016-17 for the Sooners ... Surpassed 1,000 career points during junior season (Jan. 26 at Texas Tech).

33. KEVIN BOOKOUT (2002-06) — 1,108 POINTS
Finished his career ranked second in school history in field goal percentage (.574) and 14th in rebounds (682) ... Started in 107 of his 108 career games (yielded as a freshman on Senior Day) ... An ESPN The Magazine third-team Academic All-American as a senior ... A two-time first-team Academic All-Big 12 selection ... Earned third-team All-Big Eight honors as a junior and honorable mention acclaim as a senior ... Named to Big 12 All-Freshman Team in 2003 as Sooners advanced to NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight ... Battled multiple injuries throughout his career and played in just 13 games as a sophomore ... A three-time All-American in the shot put.

34. TERRY STOTTS (1976-80) — 1,104 POINTS
An All-Big Eight selection in 1980 as a senior when he averaged 16.9 points and 4.6 rebounds ... A three-time Academic All-Big Eight pick (1978, 1979 and 1980) ... Received an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship in 1980 ... Picked by the Houston Rockets in the second round (38th overall) of the 1980 NBA Draft ... Served as the Milwaukee Bucks head coach during the 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons ... Also served as Atlanta Hawks head coach during 2002-03 and 2003-04 seasons ... Won 2011 NBA Championship with Dallas Mavericks as an assistant coach ... Named Portland Trail Blazers' head coach in August 2012.

35. DAMON PATTERSON (1988-92) — 1,099 POINTS
A versatile player who started his last 46 games as a Sooner ... Played all five positions during his career ... A second-team All-Big Eight selection as a senior in 1992 after averaging 20.6 points and 8.7 rebounds ... Named to the Big Eight postseason all-tournament team that same year by averaging 19.5 points and 8.0 boards ... Won the conference rebounding title (league games only) as a senior by averaging 8.9 caroms.

36. ANDREW FITZGERALD (2009-13) — 1,086 POINTS
Started 75 career games, including all 63 during his sophomore and junior seasons ... Came off bench in 31 of 32 games his senior year ... An honorable mention All-Big 12 selection as a sophomore in 2010-11 when he averaged a career-high 12.6 points a game and scored in double figures 22 times ... Finished career with .474 field goal and .707 free throw marks ... Earned second-team Academic All-Big 12 honors as a junior in 2011-12.

37. JOE KING (1955-58) — 1,085 POINTS
An All-Big Seven Conference selection in 1956 and an All-Big Eight pick in 1958 ... Led the Sooners in scoring in 1958 with a 15.7 average ... Left Oklahoma as the school's second all-time leading scorer ... Ranks in top 20 on OU's career rebounding chart with 583 ... Served as the sports editor for OU's school newspaper, The Oklahoma Daily, in 1957 ... Picked in the sixth round of the 1958 NBA Draft by the New York Knicks (44th overall).

38. SCOTT MARTIN (1969-72) — 1,078 POINTS
A three-year starter who missed just one game during his career ... Named the nation's most outstanding player under six feet by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1972 ... Left OU as the school's seventh-leading all-time scorer ... Career free throw percentage (.801) rates as seventh best in OU history ... Shot .854 from free throw line in 1971-72 (school's third best single-season mark) ... Participated in the 1972 Olympic Trials ... Also played tennis at Oklahoma and was a Big Eight singles champion in 1972 ... Received an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.

39. CARY CARRABINE (1975-79) — 1,034 POINTS
Played in 111 career games at Oklahoma ... A Big Eight All-Academic team member in 1977 ... Career free throw percentage (.787) ranked as third best in school history at the time ... Served as Sooner co-captain his final two seasons ... Recipient of the Jay Myers award in 1976 (given by OU to a freshman student-athlete for combined excellence in athletics and academics).

40. RYAN SPANGLER (2013-16) — 1,031 POINTS
Started every game as a sophomore, junior and senior (105 combined) ... Ranks fourth at OU in career field goal percentage (.569) and fourth in career rebounding (929) ... Led Big 12 in rebounding as a sophomore and ranked second as a junior and as a senior ... Shot 50 percent or better in 80 of his 105 games at OU ... Ranks sixth in program history in career double-doubles (30).

41. RAYMOND WHITLEY (1977-82) — 1,019 POINTS
An athletic guard who helped Oklahoma to the 1979 NCAA Tournament (its first since 1947) ... Scored 25 points to lead OU past Texas in the Midwest Regional and was featured in Sports Illustrated following his performance ... Played in 110 career games ... 1980 free throw percentage (.808) stood as the second-best single-season mark in school history at the time ... Was injured and did not play during the 1980-81 season.

42. CADE DAVIS (2007-11) — 1,015 POINTS
A four-year shooting guard who finished his Oklahoma career ranked 11th in games played (125), fifth in 3-point field goals (181) and fifth in 3-point field goal attempts (531) ... Fifty-five percent of his career field goals were 3-pointers ... An honorable mention All-Big 12 selection as a senior when he averaged team highs of 14.2 points and 5.0 rebounds ... Led OU in scoring in each of his final seven career games (averaged 20.7 points during the stretch) ... Averaged 4.7 points per game off the bench during Elite Eight season of 2008-09 ... Member of same recruiting class as 2009 consensus national player of the year Blake Griffin ... An Academic All-Big 12 First Team selection his senior year.

43. AARON McGHEE (2000-02) — 1,001 POINTS
A junior college transfer who began his collegiate career at Cincinnati ... Played two years at Oklahoma and started all 69 of his games ... Named a first-team All-Big 12 selection by league coaches in 2002 and was a member of Big 12 All-Tournament and All-Improved Teams that year ... Averaged 16.0 points and team-high 7.7 rebounds as a senior in helping OU to Final Four ... Won Big 12 Tournament titles in both his seasons as a Sooner ... Left-handed forward shot .391 (43-for-110) from three-point range and .800 from foul line at Oklahoma ... Averaged 21.8 points and 7.2 rebounds in five NCAA Tournament games in 2002 ... One of five junior college transfers to score 1,000 points at OU.

44. NATE ERDMANN (1995-97) — 1,000 POINTS
One of Oklahoma's best perimeter shooters of all time ... Set school single-season records for 3-pointers (105) and 3-point attempts (257) in 1996-97 (both marks still stand) ... Made at least three 3-pointers in 23 of 30 games as a senior ... Second-team All-Big 12 selection his final season ... Finished senior campaign third in the Big 12 in scoring (20.5) ... Ranks 11th at OU with 141 career 3-pointers despite playing just two seasons ... One of five junior college transfers to score 1,000 points at OU ... Picked in the second round (57th overall) of the 1997 NBA Draft by the Utah Jazz.