The UConn Huskies have become known as a team that perennially sends players to the pros that are able to succeed at the NBA level.
The history of the Huskies as a powerhouse program really starts with the arrival of Jim Calhoun in 1986.
Since his arrival, Connecticut has consistently churned out NBA-ready stars. Calhoun prepared his players for the rigors of the NBA and as a result he routinely saw his guys' names come off the draft boards early.
While a few Huskies have ended up being flops (see Thabeet, Hasheem), the vast majority of these players have made their alma mater proud with their solid NBA play. Some, however, have had more success than others at the pro level.
With his time with the Huskies in the books, here's a look back at the most successful NBA players to come out of Jim Calhoun's system.