Weber, the current head coach at K-State, has only been in Manhattan for two years. But in that short time, he's won the school's first-ever Big 12 title and has amassed more wins (47) in his first two years at the school than any other coach in the program's history.
Weber took the job in Manhattan following Frank Martin's departure to South Carolina in 2012. Since then, he's kept up the program's resurgence, which was laid down by Bob Huggins and Martin, and has put the Wildcats in great position to be a tourney team year in and year out.
In his first season, he was named 2013 Big 12 Coach of the Year after giving the Wildcats their first conference championship in 36 years.
Heading into 2014-15, Weber has the Wildcats poised to make a run at another Big 12 title behind rising sophomore Marcus Foster, who was one of the nation's best freshmen a season ago, as well forward Thomas Gipson and incoming transfers Justin Edwards and Stephen Hurt.
Of any coach on this list, Weber has the easiest path to climb up it. If he stays on his current path, expect Weber to go down as one of the top two or three coaches in K-State history.