4. Kansas Jayhawks – 70 players
Once a school has produced a great Wilt Chamberlain, they will certainly be remembered forever in history. However, not only famous by Wilt Chamberlain, Kansas Jayhawk also brought up the NBA to 70 players, of which 15 are currently playing.
Names like Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid have now shined brightly in the NBA despite being very young. Besides the names ‘older’ but equally well known as Paul Pierce, Kirk Hinrich, Danny Mannings and the Morris brothers (Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris).
3. North Carolina Tar Heels – 84 players
There will be no dispute about the position of most famous person after leaving the University of North Carolina. Former UNC student and former Tar Heels player Michael Jordan has won numerous trophies and became one of the most famous names in NBA history.
Besides MJ, North Carolina even established a legendary football team with four other names: Billy Cunningham (1967 NBA champion), Bob McAdoo (2-time champions with LA Lakers, 1 MVP title), James Worthy (won the Los Angeles Lakers three times) and Larry Brown (won the ABA 1969).
Some of the other names currently playing in the Tar Heels’ current NBA include Harrison Barnes, Ty Lawson, Ray Felton and Vince Carter with the nickname “Half-man, Half-amazing”.
2. UCLA Bruins – 88 players
If North Carolina created a starting lineup with famous players in the past, UCLA Bruins could even set up a team with alumni currently playing in its NBA.
The five players in the starting lineup were Russell Westbrook, Kevin Love, Zach LaVine, Jrue Holiday and Darren Collison. Other players that could play from the bench include Trevor Ariza, Matt Barnes, Luc Mbah a Moute, Shabbazz Muhammad and Norman Powell. They even have a player who has not officially become an NBA player, but is mentioned the most today is Lonzo Ball.
However, when it comes to UCLA Bruins’ brightest highlights, people will remember NBA legend Kareem Abdul Jabbar, triple-double expert Russell Westbrook, other NBA legends such as Reggie Miller, Bill Walton, Gail Goodrich and Jamaal Wikes. .
1. Kentucky Wildcats – 95 players
No college team offers more players in the NBA than Kentucky Wildcats. They currently have two guns ready to shine in the NBA, Malik Monk and DeAron Fox. Both of these young players are expected to be selected in the high selection round at this year’s NBA Draft.
Kentucky Wildcats currently has 25 players playing in the NBA, many of which can form a huge squad with intense firepower.
The starting players will be midfielder Karl-Anthony Towns (Timberwolves), supporting striker Anthony Davis and lead striker DeMarcus Cousins (Pelicans), scoring defender will be Devin Booker (Suns) along with dribbling defender John Wall (Wizards).
The reserve players will also not be medium-sized players, including dribbling defenders Rajon Rondo and Eric Bledsoe, striker Ernes Kanter, striker Nerlens Noel, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Patrick Patterson, the two defenders scoring as Jamal Murray and James Young.