John Wooden’s incomparable run of championships at UCLA will never be matched, but the game’s greatest coach couldn’t have built his legacy without great players. UCLA’s bottomless talent well has produced 77 future pros and three Hall of Famers in the program’s grand history.
That Hall of Fame total appears close to adding at least one more member, as three-point shooting legend Reggie Miller was a semi-finalist in this year’s voting. Though he’s more remembered now for his NBA days as a Pacer, Miller’s feathery shooting touch helped him score as many as 25.9 points a game during his time in Westwood.
Read on for a closer look at Miller and the rest of the 50 greatest players ever to have worn a Bruin uniform.