TEXAS A&M – John Beasley, Center, 1963-66
A two-time all-conference performer and conference player of the year, John Beasley still holds Texas A&M’s records for career scoring average (21.8 ppg) and career rebounding average (10.8 rpg). He earned first team All-America honors following his senior season in 1966 in which he averaged a school record 27.8 points and 11.9 rebounds per game. Beasley owns six of the top 10 scoring performances in Texas A&M history, including a career-best 44 points at Arkansas in 1966. Drafted by the Baltimore Bullets, he completed his career as Texas A&M’s all-time leading scorer (currently ranks fifth) with 1,594 points and rebounder (currently ranks eighth) with 784 boards.