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Discussion in 'Scott & Wes Frog Fan Forum' started by Dutch, Mar 2, 2020.
Sad that it took this long to get to Bingo Merriex
James Penny. Not even a close second. Most exciting player in TCU history.
The dunk over Brian Skinner is still the greatest play in TCU history.
Honorable mention for his impressive pre-game shoot around %: Jon Day.
Adrick McKinney, Zvonko Buljan, Thomas Montigel
Lee Nailon was pretty awesome.
Bingo was great to watch. Had a put back dunk off a missed free throw against SMU (maybe Fresno) that was sick.
Greedy Daniels was fun to watch too. Quick hands, could score and always creating turnovers.
(All-Name Team 2002: Greedy, Rebel, Bingo, Nucleus... didn't really matter who else was on the floor)
Thomas Montigel oh yes, absolutely.
No one has mentioned Snake Willliams. Quick as a rabbit.
Top Five in no particular order
1. Jamie Dixon - one of 70,000 people who witnessed the shot. Frog fan for life.
2. Kurt Thomas - great player, and Geology classmate. Good dude.
3. Dennis Nutt - hung out with me and roomy in the dorm room at Killingsworth basketball camp. Taught me how to annoy the room below us with a wire hanger and a glass bottle.
Honorable mention for Penny just for one amazing dunk. Killer for being a good coach and neighbor, and Tubbs for saying hello and buying appetizers on free app night.
Anderson would have been towards the top of everyone’s list if he wasn’t the one that made some terrible teams bad. Would love to see him with the athletes we have now.
Because results matter. 1967-68 Tournament
6th man- Jeff Baker
Pure Shooter- Dennis Nutt
Best Guy EVER at taking a charge.....Cuney Luke
And the Killer, of course.
And Tim McClendon?
Yes, Scott Brooks simply for the defense he played on Joe Kleine.
He was such a good kid in high school. Felt so bad that he had to play all those games at Wilkerson-Greines.
Wish he could have played on these last few teams.
I also liked Cory Santee and Bingo.