40. Marvin Webster, basketball

Nearly 40 years later, many of the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU0000128" title="Morgan State University" href="/topic/education/colleges-universities/morgan-state-university-OREDU0000128.topic">Morgan State</a> records set by "The Human Eraser" have yet to be rubbed out. The 7-foot-1 center starred at Edmondson, then took Morgan to the 1974 <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000122" title="National Collegiate Athletic Association" href="/topic/sports/college-sports/national-collegiate-athletic-association-ORSPT000122.topic">NCAA</a> Division II title, earning D-II Player of the Year. One game, he blocked 13 shots; another, he had 32 rebounds. A first-round <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="15008001" title="NBA" href="/topic/sports/basketball/nba-15008001.topic">NBA</a> and American Basketball Association draft pick, he played 10 years in the pros and led Seattle to the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVSPR000114" title="NBA Finals" href="/topic/sports/basketball/nba-finals-EVSPR000114.topic">NBA Finals</a> in 1978.

( Baltimore Sun photo / February 10, 1975 )

Nearly 40 years later, many of the Morgan State records set by "The Human Eraser" have yet to be rubbed out. The 7-foot-1 center starred at Edmondson, then took Morgan to the 1974 NCAA Division II title, earning D-II Player of the Year. One game, he blocked 13 shots; another, he had 32 rebounds. A first-round NBA and American Basketball Association draft pick, he played 10 years in the pros and led Seattle to the NBA Finals in 1978.

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