Passing Ability: 30/30
There is no better passer in Syracuse basketball history than Sherman Douglas. He is the program's all-time leading passer with 960 career assists and 8.1 per game as a starter. His alley-oop passes were simply extraordinary, and he looked like he was just toying with his defenders in the '80s.
Scoring Ability: 29/30
It's tough to give Douglas less than a perfect 30 in this category after he finished his career with 2,060 points, but his freshman year leaves a blemish on his impressive resume. His 5.4 points per game that year weren't really his fault because he didn't play much, but I'm still docking him a single point because of it.
At 6'0" and 160 pounds, Douglas wasn't exactly an intimidating presence. However, his quick hands made him a pesky defender, and he racked up 235 steals in his career compared to just 231 fouls.
Douglas rode the bench his freshman season as a backup, but he took the team to new heights in his final three seasons, as the Orange made their first trip to the national championship game.