This season will make the 50 years since the Weber State men's basketball joined NCAA Division I for the 1963-64 season. Weber State was the first junior college to go from JUCO to the Division I ranks.

Since then, Weber State has produced many notable players, some of whom have gone on to have successful professional basketball careers.

Weber State has released a list of 50 of the program's best players to comprise the 50th anniversary team.

The first 12 players on the list were selected by the Deseret News as members of the Weber State All Half Century Team.

Information and images in this list were provided by the Weber State University Athletics Department.

LANCE ALLRED

Allred, who is hearing impaired with a 75-80% hearing loss, became the first legally deaf player in NBA history when he played for the Cleveland Cavilers in 2008.

He has also played professionally in France, Italy, New Zealand and Mexico.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played two seasons from 2003-05.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 2004-05.
• Ranks 25th in school history in career scoring.
• Ranks eighth in WSU history in career rebounding average at 9.1 per game.
• Led the Big Sky and was third in the country in rebounding in 2004-05 at 12.0 per game.
• Had 348 rebounds as a senior, the ffith most in WSU single-season history.
• Is 24th in Weber State history in career rebounding.

HAROLD ARCENEAUX

Arceneaux currently plays for the Lechugueros De Leon in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico. He has played for teams in Australia, France, Portugal, the Philippines, Venezuela and Mexico.

In 2004 he returned to Utah to play for the Utah Snowbears of the American Basketball Association and was named to the All-ABA team that season.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played two seasons from 1998-2000.
• Was Big Sky MVP both seasons.
• Ranks 10th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is first in Weber State history and sixth in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 22.6 per game.
• Scored 713 points as a junior in 1998-99, the second most points in a season in WSU history.
• Averaged 34 points a game in two NCAA Tournament games in 1999.
• Scored 36 points in leading Weber State to the NCAA Tournament win over North Carolina.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring as a senior at 23.0 per game, the fourth best in WSU history.

NOLAN ARCHIBALD

After graduating from Weber State, Archibald attended Harvard, graduating with an MBA.

After Harvard, he tried out with the Chicago Bulls and was offered a contract with the Pittsburgh Pipers of the ABA.

He is currently executive chairman of The Stanley Black & Decker Corporation.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played two seasons from 1966-68.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1967-68.
• Was part of the team that captured the Big Sky title as a senior in 1968.
• Was also a part of Weber State’s first NCAA Tournament team in 1968.
• Averaged 15.2 points per game as a junior in 1966-67.

JERMAINE BOYETTE

Boyette currently plays for Kyoto Hanner in Japan. He has also played professionally in Italy and France.

He was named Weber State player of the decade in 2010.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played three seasons from 2000-03.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors all three seasons, one of five WSU players ever to do so.
• Was named Big Sky MVP in 2003 after leading Wildcats to a perfect 14-0 conference record.
• The 2002-03 team won 17 straight games and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, finishing 26-6.
• Ranks fourth in WSU history and 18th in Big Sky history in career scoring.
• Is seventh in school history and 18th in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 19.0 per game.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in each of his final two seasons.
• Ranks second in Weber State history and 16th in Big Sky history in career steals.

SHAWN CAMPBELL

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played two seasons from 1983-85.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1985.
• Is Weber State’s career leader in blocks and ranks 12th in school history in career blocks.
• Is fourth in Big Sky history in career blocks averaged at 2.2 per game.
• Led the Big Sky in blocks in each of his two seasons.
• Has the two best single-season blocks totals in school history.
• Was drafted in the fifth round of the 1985 NBA Draft by the Phoenix Suns.

BRUCE COLLINS

Collins was a second round pick by the Portland Trail Blazers in 1980 but did not play in the NBA.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played four years from 1976-80.
• Started all 120 games of his career.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors all three seasons, one of five WSU players ever to do so.
• Is Weber State’s career leading scorer with 2,019 points and ranks second in Big Sky history.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in 1979-80 and led WSC to Big Sky title, 26-3 record and a national ranking.
• Won two Big Sky titles and advanced to three NCAA Tournaments.
• Ranks third in WSU history and eighth in Big Sky history in career rebounds.
• Drafted in the second round of the 1980 NBA Draft by the Portland Trail Blazers.

JIMMY DEGRAFFENRIED

Degraffenried is currently a high school basketball coach at Salem Hills High School.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played four seasons from 1990-96.
• Was named 1996 Big Sky MVP.
• Earned Big Sky All-Conference honors his last two seasons.
• Ranks third in Weber State history and 16th in Big Sky history in career scoring.
• Had the sixth most points in a season in school history as a senior in 1995-96.
• Ranks 18th in Weber State history in career rebounds.
• Is fourth in WSU history and 10th in Big Sky history in career free throw percentage.
• Ranks fourth in Weber State history in career three-pointers.

EDDIE GILL

Gill has played in the NBA with the New Jersey Nets, Memphis Grizzlies, Portland Trail Blazers, Indiana Pacers Seattle SuperSonics and Milwaukee Bucks. He has also played on teams in Italy, Greece, Russia, Belgium, Germany and Australia.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played two seasons from 1998-2000.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors each season and was Newcomer of the Year in 1999.
• Had 14 assists in one game, the second most in Weber State history.
• Ranks third in WSU history in career assists and is 12th in Big Sky history in career assists average.
• Is Weber State’s career leader in steals with 178, 13th best in Big Sky history.
• Holds the Weber State school record with nine steals in a game.
• Ranks third in Weber State history and eighth in Big Sky history in career free throw percentage.
• Was part of the 1999 team that won the Big Sky and beat North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament.

DAMIAN LILLARD

In 2012, Lillard was selected sixth overall making hi the highest draft pick in Weber State history.

In his NBA debut, Lillard recorded 23 points and 11 assists, joining Oscar Robertson and Isiah Thomas as the only players in NBA history with at least 20 points and 10 assists in their NBA debuts.

He is one of the leading candidates for the NBA rookie of the year award.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played four seasons from 2008-12.
• Was a two-time Big Sky MVP and earned First Team All-Big Sky honors three times.
• Named Third Team All-American in 2012, the first player in BSC history named to a All-American team.
• Ranks second in WSU history and fifth in Big Sky history in career scoring with 1,934 points.
• Is Weber State’s career leader in three-pointers with 246, fifth best in Big Sky history.
• Is Weber State’s career leader in free throws made and second in free throw percentage.
• Set a WSU single-season record in 2011-12 with 784 points, third most in Big Sky history.
• Was the first Wildcat ever drafted in the first round of the NBA Draft, taken sixth by Portland in 2012.

KIRK SMITH

Smith played professionally in Mexico and his native Belize, last playing professional basketball in 2007.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played two seasons from 1993-95.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1995.
• Ranks sixth in WSU history and 18th in Big Sky history in career rebounding average.
• Recorded the third most blocks in WSU single-season history with 57 in 1994-95.
• Ranks fourth in school history in career blocks and is second in career blocks average.
• Wildcats won Big Sky titles in both of his seasons.
• Was a part of the Weber State team that beat Michigan State in the 1995 NCAA Tournament.

WILLIE SOJOURNER

Sojourner was drafted in 1971 by the Chicago Bulls and went on to play with the Virginia Squires and New York Nets of the ABA.

He was the best man at Julius Erving's wedding and is partially credited with giving Erving his nickname, Dr. J.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played three seasons of varsity basketball from 1968-71.
• Led team in scoring and rebounding each season and Weber won Big Sky titles all three years.
• Ranks fifth in WSU history in scoring and is sixth in career scoring average.
• Is first in Weber State history and second in Big Sky history in career rebounds.
• Ranks as the Big Sky’s career leader in rebounding average at 14.1 per game.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors all three seasons, one of five Wildcats ever to do so.
• Was drafted in the second round (20th overall) in the 1971 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls.
• Played four seasons in the ABA with Virginia and New York.

GENE VISSCHER

Along with Jerry Trice, Visscher was one of the first Weber State players drafted in the NBA. He was drafted in 1966 by the Baltimore Bullets.

He went on to eventually become the head coach of the Wildcats.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played two seasons from 1964-66.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors both seasons and led the team in scoring each season.
• Was a part of Weber State’s first ever Big Sky Championship team in 1964-65.
• Ranks fourth in WSU history and fifth in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 19.7 per game.
• Ranks eighth in school history in career rebounds and is second in career rebounding average.
• Led the Big Sky in rebounding in 1965-66 at 14.3 per game, the second best in school history.
• Was drafted in the 19th round of the 1966 NBA Draft by the Baltimore Bullets.
• Spent three seasons as an assistant coach and then four years as head coach at Weber State.

SCOTT BAMFORTH

• Is currently in his third season at Weber State.
• Currently ranks 13th in scoring in school history.
• Ranks third in school history and ninth in Big Sky history in career three-pointers made.
• Currently ranks fourth in Big Sky history in career free throw percentage.
• Earned First Team All-Conference honors and was Newcomer of the Year in 2010-11.
• Earned Second Team All-Conference honors in 2011-12.

ALAN CAMPBELL

• Played two seasons from 1984-86.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1985-86.
• Averaged 12.2 points and 4.7 assists per game as a senior.
• Ranks in the Weber State top 10 in career assist average at 3.7 per game.

RICHARD COOPER

• Played three seasons from 1970-73.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior.
• Won the Big Sky title in each of his three seasons and advanced to NCAA Tournament three times.
• Led the Big Sky in field goal percentage in 1972-73 at 56.9 percent.
• Led the Wildcats in scoring and rebounding as a senior.
• Ranks ninth in Weber State history in career rebounds.

RYAN CUFF

• Played two seasons from 1995-97.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1996-97.
• Ranks third in WSU history and 18th in Big Sky history in career assist average at 5.3 per game.
• Had the fifth most assists in a season in school history with 152 in 1996-97.
• Led the Big Sky in free throw percentage as a senior.
• Led the conference in three-pointers made per game as a junior at 2.4.

BOB DAVIS

• Played two seasons from 1970-72.
• Won Big Sky title each season and advanced to the NCAA Tournament each year.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors each of his two seasons.
• Ranks 19th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is fourth in school history and 14th in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 19.7 per game.
• Had the third best single-season scoring average in school history as a senior in 1971-72.
• Ranks 13th in WSU history in career rebounding.
• Is fifth in school history in career rebounding average at 10.7 per game.

AL DEWITT

• Played four seasons from 1972-76.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1975-76.
• Ranks 20th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Ranks fifth in WSU history and 23rd in Big Sky history in career rebounds.
• Has the seventh best career rebounding average in school history.
• Had 23 rebounds in one game, the eighth most in a game in WSU history.
• Was drafted in the seventh round of the 1976 NBA Draft by the Portland Trail Blazers.

ROYAL EDWARDS

• Played four seasons from 1979-83.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1982-83.
• Was part of two NCAA Tournament teams.
• Ranks 18th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is sixth in WSU history in career rebounding.
• Led the Wildcats in rebounding as a senior at 6.7 per game.

ALEX FISHER

• Played three seasons from 1995-98.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a junior in 1996-97.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in conference games in 1996-97 at 18.8 points per game.
• Ranks 26th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is fourth in WSU history and 25th in Big Sky history in career three-pointers made.
• Made eight three-pointers in one game, tied for the second most in a game in WSU history.

AL HAMILTON

• Played three seasons from 1990-93.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors in each of his final two seasons.
• Ranks seventh in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Also ranks 11th in WSU history in career scoring average at 17.3 per game.
• Led the Big Sky in free throw percentage as a junior in 1991-92 at 78.6 percent.
• Ranks 19th in school history in career rebounding.

JOHN HAMILTON

• Played four seasons from 2000-04.
• Earned Big Sky All-Conference honors as a senior.
• Ranks 11th in scoring in Weber State history.
• Is second in WSU history and sixth in Big Sky history in career three-pointers with 241.
• Was a part of the 2002-03 WSU team that went undefeated in Big Sky play.
• 2002-03 team won 17 straight games and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, finishing 26-6.

SESSIONS HARLAN

• Played two seasons from 1968-70.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors both years.
• Averaged 13 or more points per game in each of his two years played.
• Won the Big Sky title both seasons.
• Wildcats advanced to the NCAA Tournament in both years played.

TODD HARPER

• Played four seasons from 1978-82.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors in each of his final two seasons.
• Was named the Big Sky’s Top Reserve as a sophomore in 1979-80.
• Ranks eighth in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in conference games as a junior in 1980-81 at 19.4 points per game.
• Also led the conference in free throw percentage in conference games in 1980-81 at 89.3 percent.
• Won two Big Sky titles and advanced to two NCAA Tournaments.
• Was part of the 1979-80 team that won 18 straight games and was nationally ranked, finishing 26-3.

GREG HARROP

• Played three seasons 1964-67.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors in each of his final two seasons.
• Averaged more than 12 points per game in each season, including 14.9 per game as a senior.
• Was part of the 1964-65 team that won the first ever Big Sky title for Weber State.
• Won two Big Sky titles in his three seasons.

DAVID JOHNSON

• Played four seasons from 1976-80.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors in each of his final two seasons.
• Ranks ninth in Weber State history in career scoring with 1,369 career points.
• Also ranks 16th in WSU history in career rebounding.
• Won two Big Sky titles and played in three NCAA Tournaments.
• Was part of the 1979-80 team that won 18 straight games and was nationally ranked, finishing 26-3.
• Was drafted in the fourth round of the 1980 NBA Draft by the Dallas Mavericks.

ROBBIE JOHNSON

• Played three seasons from 1991-94.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1993-94.
• Ranks fourth in Weber State history and 21st in Big Sky history in career steals with 156.
• Led the Big Sky in three-point field goal percentage in conference games in 1992-93 at 47.7 percent.
• Led the conference in three-pointers per game as a senior at 2.5.
• Also led the Big Sky in steals as a senior at 2.7 per game.
• Recorded 82 steals in 1993-94, the third most in WSU single-season history.
• Won the Big Sky title as a senior in 1994.

JONNIE KNOBLE

• Played three seasons from 1969-72.
• Earned Second Team All-Conference honors as a senior in 1971-72.
• Averaged 12.4 points per game as a senior.
• Won the Big Sky in each of his three seasons.
• Wildcats also advanced to the NCAA Tournament in all three of his years played.
• Was part of the 1971 team that upset nationally ranked Hawaii in the NCAA Tournament.

JIM LYON

• Played two seasons of Division I basketball from 1962-64.
• Was a member of Weber State’s first Division I team 1962-63.
• Led Weber in scoring in its first ever Division I game with 26 points in a win over Alameda State.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1963-64, the first year of the conference.
• Led the team in scoring and rebounding as a senior with 20.4 points and 11.6 rebounds a game.
• Was the first Weber State player to average 20 points and 10 rebounds a game during a season.
• Was the first player to reach 1,000 career points and ranks 23rd in career scoring.

MARK MATTOS

• Played four seasons from 1976-80.
• Earned Second Team All-Conference honors as a senior in 1979-80.
• Is Weber State’s career leader and ranks second in Big Sky history in career assists with 642.
• Led the Big Sky in assists in three of his four seasons.
• Holds the school record with 17 assists in a game, tied for the second most in Big Sky history.
• Won two Big Sky titles and played in three NCAA Tournaments.
• Was part of the 1979-80 team that won 18 straight games and was nationally ranked, finishing 26-3.

STAN MAYHEW

• Played one season at Weber State in 1976-77.
• Earned First Team All-Conference honors that season.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in 1976-77 at 22.0 points per game.
• Ranks as the seventh best single-season scoring average in school history.
• Holds the Weber State single-game record with 45 points in a game.
• Also led the Big Sky in free throw percentage in conference games in 1976-77 at 88.6 percent.
• Was selected in the third round of the 1977 NBA Draft by the Indiana Pacers.

KELLEN MCCOY

• Played two seasons from 2007-09.
• Was a part of the Big Sky Championship team in 2009.
• Named 2009 Big Sky MVP and led WSU to 15-1 Big Sky record.
• Led the Wildcats in scoring at 14.1 points per game in 2008-09.
• Led the Big Sky in three-point field goal percentage at 47.3 percent in conference games in 2008-09.

RUBEN NEMBHARD

• Played two seasons from 1993-95.
• Named Big Sky MVP in 1995 after leading the Wildcats to a 21-9 record.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors both seasons.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring as a senior at 20.1 points per game.
• Also led the Big Sky in steals in 1994-95 at 2.4 per game.
• 1995 WSU team upset Michigan State and nearly beat Georgetown in the NCAA Tournament.
• Ranks 28th in WSU history in career scoring with 999 points.

SLOBODAN OCOKOLJIC

• Played two seasons from 2002-04.
• Was part of the 2002-03 WSU team that went undefeated in Big Sky play and was 26-6 overall.
• 2002-03 team won 17-straight games and advanced to the NCAA Tournament.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors both seasons.
• Led the Big Sky in rebounding in conference games at 8.9 per game in 2002-03.
• Led Weber State in scoring as a senior 15.1 per game in 2003-04.

DAVID PATTEN

• Played three seasons from 2004-07.
• Was named Big Sky MVP in 2007 after leading Weber State to the Big Sky title.
• Also earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior.
• Led Weber State in scoring in 2006-07 at 14.2 points per game and had 34 blocks.
• 2006-07 team advanced to the NCAA Tournament and finished 20-12 overall.

JOHN PRICE

• Played two seasons from 1982-84.
• Led the Wildcats in assists both seasons.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1984.
• Ranks fourth in Weber State history in career assists with 303.
• Is fourth in school history and 22nd in Big Sky history in career assist average at 4.9 per game.
• Was part of the Big Sky Championship team in 1984 and finished in a tie for first in 1983.
• Later became an assistant coach at Weber State.

STAN ROSE

• Played one season in 1992-93.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors in 1993.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring at 23.2 points per game.
• Ranks as the second best scoring average in WSU history and the 13th best in Big Sky history.
• Scored 650 points, the fourth most in Weber State single-season history.
• Also led the conference in field goal percentage in 1992-93 at 61.5 percent.
• Ranks as the best single-season field goal percentage in Weber State history.

MIKE SIVULICH

• Played two seasons of Division I basketball from 1962-64.
• Was a member of Weber State’s first Division I team 1962-63.
• Led the team in scoring in the first Division I season at 10.6 points per game.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1963-64, the first year of the conference.
• Played two years of junior college basketball at Weber from 1959-61.

BRADY SMALL

• Played three seasons from 1970-73.
• Won Big Sky Championships in each of his three seasons.
• Wildcats advanced to the NCAA Tournament all three years.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors in 1973 and was Second Team in 1972.
• Averaged 10 or more points a game in all three seasons.

RICHARD SMITH

• Played four seasons from 1976-80.
• Won two Big Sky Championships and advanced to three NCAA Tournaments.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a junior in 1979 and Second Team as a senior in 1980.
• Ranks 14th in school history in career scoring.
• Ranks fourth in WSU history and 20th in Big Sky history in career rebounds.
• Led the Big Sky in field goal percentage in conference games as a junior in 1978-79.
• Was drafted in the fourth round of the 1980 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers.

DAN SPARKS

• Played two seasons from 1966-68.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior and Second Team as a junior.
• Was a part of Weber State’s first NCAA Tournament team in 1967.
• Ranks seventh in Weber State history in career rebounds.
• Is third in school history and sixth in Big Sky history in career rebounding average at 12.6 per game.
• Had the fifth most rebounds in a season in Big Sky historywith 370 in 1967-68.
• Was drafted in the fourth round of the 1968 NBA Draft by the Cincinnati Royals.

NIC SPARROW

• Played four seasons from 1997-2004.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a junior in 2003.
• Was part of the 2002-03 Weber State team that went undefeated in Big Sky play.
• 2002-03 team won 17 games in a row and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, finishing 26-6.
• Averaged 10 or more points a game in each of his final two seasons.

JUSTUS THIGPEN

• Played two seasons from 1967-69.
• Won Big Sky titles in each of his two seasons.
• Was a part of Weber State’s first NCAA Tournament team in 1967. Also played in tournament in 1968.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors each of his two seasons.
• Is 10th in school history in career scoring average at 17.6 points per game.
• Ranks 27th in Weber State history in career scoring with 1,005 points.
• Led the Big Sky in field goal percentage in conference games in 1968-69 at 56.6 percent.

EDDIE TILLMAN

• Played two seasons of Division I basketball from 1964-66.
• Also played two years of JC basketball at Weber.
• Earned Third Team Junior College All-American honors in 1961.
• After two years of JC ball, spent three years in the U.S. Army before returning to Weber State.
• Was a part of Weber State’s first ever Big Sky Championship team in 1964-65.
• Won Big Sky titles in each of his two Division I seasons.
• Is a member of the Weber State Athletic Hall of Fame.

JERRY TRICE

• Played three seasons from 1963-66.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors twice and Second Team honors once.
• Was a part of Weber State’s first ever Big Sky Championship team in 1964-65.
• Ranks 17th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is 21st in school history in career rebounding.
• Was the first player from Weber State drafted in the NBA, taken in 18th round in 1966 by Baltimore.

WALT TYLER

• Played two seasons from 1985-87.
• Was named Big Sky Newcomer of the Year in 1986.
• Earned Second Team All-Conference honors as a junior in 1985-86.
• Ranks third in school history in career blocks average at 1.2 per game.
• Led the Big Sky in blocks as a junior in 1985-86.
• Recorded six blocks in a game against Nevada in 1986, the second most in a game in WSU history.

RICO WASHINGTON

• Played two seasons from 1987-89.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors each season.
• Ranks 12th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is second in school history and eighth in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 21.0 per game.
• Ranks 10th in WSU history in career rebounding.
• Is fourth in school history and 10th in Big Sky history in career rebounding average at 10.6 per game.
• Led the Big Sky in rebounding each of his two seasons.
• Is Weber State’s leader in career field goal percentage.

JIMMIE WATTS

• Played four seasons from 1972-76.
• Was the first Weber State player to earn four varsity letters.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors three times, one of five Wildcats ever to do so.
• Ranks sixth in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is second in school history and fifth in Big Sky history in career rebounding.
• Ranks 10th in WSU history in career rebounding average at 8.5 per game.
• Led the Big Sky in rebounding in conference games in each of his final two seasons.

HARRY WILLIS

• Played two seasons from 1985-87.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1987.
• Was named the Big Sky’s Top Reserve player as a junior in 1985-86.
• Led the Big Sky in rebounding as a senior in 1986-87.
• Ranks 26th in Weber State history in career rebounding.
• Pulled down 23 rebounds in a game against Montana, the eighth most in a game in WSU history.
• Also led the conference in blocks as a senior in 1986-87 with 32.
• Was nicknamed “Gramps” and came to Weber State when he was 26 with four children.

RANDY WORSTER

• Played three seasons from 1982-85.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a junior and Second Team honors as a senior.
• Ranks 16th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Led the Wildcats in scoring in each of his first two seasons and was second as a senior.
• Was a part of the 1984 team that won the Big Sky title and the 1983 team that tied for first.