Morgan State men's basketball great Marvin Webster will be inducted in the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame. This year's class – the third in Small College Basketball Hall of Fame history – includes 12 members. The Small College Basketball Hall of Fame induction ceremony is scheduled for Nov. 2 at the Stoney Creek Inn and Conference Center in St. Joseph, Missouri. Dubbed "The Human Eraser," the late Webster was one of the most dominant big men in college basketball history. From 1971–75, Webster had an NCAA record 2,267 rebounds, and his 740 boards in 1974 and 650 in 1973 are the two highest single-season totals in Division II history. Webster (Edmondson) was a three-time Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Player of the Year, and he holds Bears program records in rebounding, blocks, field goals made and free throws made. He averaged 21 points, 22.4 rebounds and eight blocked shots in 1973–74, leading Morgan to the Division II national title. Webster was drafted in the first round by both the NBA and ABA in 1975 and played 10 professional seasons. He played for the Denver Nuggets in the ABA and for the Seattle Supersonics and the New York Knicks in the NBA. The Hall of Fame class includes coach John Wooden, who led Indiana State to the 1948 NAIA title game, and playing greats Charles Oakley of Virginia Union, Leonard "Truck" Robinson (Tennessee State), ML Carr (Guilford), Pat Douglass (Cal State Bakersfield), Philip Hutcheson (Lipscomb), Earl Jones (District of Columbia), John Pierce (Lipscomb), Clarence Walker (Indiana State), John Barnhill (Tennessee A&I) and Terry Porter (Wisconsin-Stevens Point).