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May 15, 2023 @ 11:43 AM

While Kenny Battle and Kendall Gill always have a place in my heart, Anderson is the right call for '89 (and I think only one is warranted). I will also agree on Phillips because greatness cannot be limited to my lifetime. However, I must disagree on the remaining 2 spots. In the end, Deron may have been the "better" player, but Dee Brown was the heart and soul and face of that team. Finally, I LOVE Ayo. I love how he played, how he represents our school, and his role in bringing our team back from the brink of obscurity. However, I think in the over-all scope of program history, Frank Williams gets the nod.

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