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Just FYI, I didn't say Dudley because the question was last 10 years. He was at Alabama 1999-2003.
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Gerald Wallace Roy Rogers or Antonio Mac
Chuck davis. Monster rebounder. Good defender. Athletic. Developed a good zone busting 15 footer. He also showed hard work and off season grit as evidenced by him going from a 1ppg player to over 14 ppg player in one season. Richard hendrix size and skillset would also help.
One way or another it would have to be a post player to get rid of Gueye. Jacobs started to shine his last 10 games, but his rebounding was not enough as he seemed to be the only one who could block someone out. But his lack of speed made it hard for him to get into position if he was dragged out like uf did and his lack of hops made it difficult for him to snag rebounds that were 50-50
My vote is Chuck Davis, but mainly because I always loved to yell "What the f***, Chuck?"
Davidson..His low post game combined with athleticism would have done wonders for this team.
Didn't see anyone say Mo Williams or Alonzo Gee. Regardless, it's sad when we put a list together of our top players from the past 10 years and outside of Bama fans, no one recognizes them haha
Have yall forgot about Ronald Steele? Wish he wouldn't have gotten hurt. Best player we had in the past 10 yrs
Ron Steele was incredible. Shot 99% from the line. Loved our offense back then: let Ron drive and if they foul him, he makes the free throw and if you don't foul him, he slashes through your defense for an easy lay up.
It is an absolute tragedy that he could never stay healthy. Thanks, gottfried.
I liked Steele a lot (though I'd say Mo Williams was the best player of the last 10 years, assuming '03 makes the cutoff), but I think most people are going with the best big man because we simply have poor post play/ depth. I realize our shooting and guard play can often fall short as well, but they are at least sometimes capable of holding their own. We don't have a single big man who can play consistently well on both ends of the floor.
Did you read the question?
It wasn't who was our best player. It is who would put on this team. I somehow thing the gap between Releford and Ron is much closer then Moose and literally any other big man listed in this thread.
Plain and simple, Chuck Davis
Erwin Dudley would be great for rebounding and offense on the block.
Honestly though I think its Jamychal Green. He could get it done rebounding, on the low block and had a mid range jumper. He was also a very very good free throw shooter.
This post was edited by rolBAMAballs 13 months ago
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OOPS. Didn't read last ten years. E. Dudley. Not anyone else close. Shows the basketball IQ of most on here with some of these answers. The same people complaining about no low post presence saying they want KW or RG.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by rikwah 13 months ago
Dude..mcdyess or Horry is always n front of Roy.
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