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Men's Basketball All-Devaney Team Candidates

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Ryan Anderson
6-4 Guard
Seattle, Wash.
2007-10
Full Bio
  • Four-year starter who was selected to the Big 12 Defensive Team in 2009
  • Scored 1,125 career points in helping Nebraska to a pair of postseason appearances
  • Ranks in top-10 in school history for 3-pointers, 3-point percentage, steals, games played and games started
     
Brian Banks
6-0 Guard
Hammond, Ind.
1976-79

  • First-team All-Big Eight selection in 1977-78
  • Inducted into the Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame in 1999
  • Three-year starter who scored 1,150 career points and led Nebraska to the NIT in 1978
     
Cookie Belcher
6-4 Guard
Mexico, Mo.
1997-2001
Full Bio
  • Four-year starter who was a second-team All-Big 12 selection in 2001
  • School record holder in single-season and career steals who finished his career ranked third in school history
  • Two-time All-Big 12 Defensive Team member who ranks ninth in school history with 1,552 points and holds the school record for games played (1,310) and started (129)
   
     
Jaron Boone
6-6 Guard
Salt Lake City, Utah
1993-96
Full Bio
  • Four-year performer who finished his career fifth on Nebraska's career scoring list with 1,609 points and earned second-team All-Big Eight honors in 1995
  • Helped the Huskers to four straight postseason appearances during his career, including the NIT title in 2006
  • Finished his career in the top three in assists (446, second), 3-pointers (184, second), starts (102, second) and games played (127, first)
     
Henry T. Buchanan
6-0 Guard
Muncie, Ind.
1987-88
  • Two-year starter at point guard who earned honorable-mention All-Big Eight honors in 1998
  • Finished career holding school records for career 3-pointers (67) and highest 3-point percentage (.406)
  • Clutch performer who led Nebraska back from a 14-point deficit with 3:11 left against Missouri in 1988
     
Brian Carr
6-0 Guard
Muncie, Ind.
1984-87
  • Three-year starter at point guard and the only player in school history to score more than 1,000 points and have at least 600 assists
  • Earned second-team All-Big Eight honors in 1986-87 after leading the Huskers to a third-place finish in the NIT
  • Inducted into the Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame in 2001
     
Cary Cochran
6-1 Guard
Minden, Iowa
1999-2002
Full Bio
  • Was a two-year starter and was one of the top 3-point shooters in school history
  • Scored 1,082 career points to rank 24th all-time and finished his career holding school marks for 3-pointers in a season (89) and career (268)
  • Earned honorable-mention All-Big 12 honors in 2002, when he averaged 14.0 points and 3.3 rebounds per game while leading the Big 12 in free throw percentage (.922)
     
Ade Dagunduro
6-5 Guard
Inglewood, Calif.
2008-09
Full Bio
  • Helped the Huskers to a pair of postseason appearances during his two-year career at Nebraska, earning third-team All-Big 12 honors in 2009
  • Topped the team in scoring (12.8 ppg), rebounding (4.4 rpg), field-goal percentage (52.0) and free throws made (101) as a senior, as Nebraska finished with a .500 mark for the first time in a decade in 2009
  • Named to the Big 12 All-Defensive Team in 2009 as well as the Big Eight All-Newcomer Team in 2008, when he averaged 8.9 points and 3.6 rebounds per contest
     
Jason Dourisseau
6-6 Guard
Omaha, Neb.
2004-06
Full Bio
  • Was a two-time Jack Moore Award winner for Team MVP (2004-05 & 2005-06)
  • Two-year starter who helped Nebraska to a pair of postseason appearances during his career
  • Averaged 11.3 points and 7.3 rebounds per game as a senior, ranking second on the team in both categories and toped NU in minutes, steals, and free throws in leading the Huskers to the NIT Tournament
     
Lance Jeter
6-3 Guard
Beaver Falls, Pa.
2010-11
Full Bio
  • Started for two years at point guard and finished his career in 14th place with 279 assists - the most by a two-year player in program history
  • Won the Jack Moore Award as Team MVP in 2010-11, averaging 11.7 points, 4.5 assists and 4.4 rebounds per game, as he led the Huskers in scoring and assists to earn third-team All-Big 12 honors
  • Became only the third player in Big 12 history to average 5.0 assists and 5.0 rebounds per game in conference play, joining Iowa State's Jamaal Tinsley (1999-2000) and Kansas' Kirk Hinrich (2001-02)
     
Eric Johnson
6-2 Guard
Brooklyn, N.Y.
1988-89
Full Bio
  • Led NU in assists, steals, and minutes played during both of his seasons
  • Totaled 68 steals during the 1988-89 season, good for sixth best single-season total in NU history
  • Totaled 135 assists during the 1988-89 season, good for ninth best single-season total in NU history
     
Jamar Johnson
5-11 Guard
Elkhart, Ind.
1991-93
Full Bio
  • Three-year starter who totaled 927 points and 355 assists and guided the Huskers to three straight NCAA Tournament appearances
  • Finished his career ranked fourth in career assists at Nebraska and still has two of the top 10 assist seasons in school history
  • Became the first sophomore to win the Jack Moore Award at Nebraska, as he averaged 11.2 points and 4.6 assists per game to earn second-team All-Big Eight honors
     
Tyronn Lue
6-0 Guard
Mexico, Mo.
1996-98
Full Bio
  • Three-year performer who ranks in the top 10 in 13 Husker career categories including assists (fourth, 432), 3-pointers (eighth, 145), games started (ninth, 96) and steals (seventh, 154)
  • Started 96 of 99 games in his Husker career and led NU to three straight postseason appearances
  • Averaged 21.2 points per game to earn first-team All-Big 12 honors as a junior
  • Averaged 18.8 points per game and earned second-team All-Big 12 honors as a sophomore
  • Was a first-round selection in the 1998 NBA Draft
     
Jack Moore
5-9Guard
Muncie, Ind.
1979-82
Full Bio
  •  Four-year performer who scored 1,204 points and shot .901 from the free throw line in his career
  • Was honored with the 1982 Francis Pomeroy-Naismith Award, which is given annually to the nation's top player under 6-feet tall
  • His .901 free-throw percentage broke the Big Eight record for a career
  • His 382 career assists ranks seventh on NU's all-time chart
  • Earned All-Big Eight honors as a senior
  • Was inducted into the Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame in 1993
     
Clifford Scales
6-2 Guard
Maywood, Ill.
1988-91
Full Bio
  • Was a three-year starter who ranks 21st in career scoring with 1,136 points and finished his career with a school-best 177 steals
  • Co-captained the 1990-91 team to a school-best 26-8 record, averaging 10.2 points and connecting on a school-record 45.6 percent from 3-point range
  • Inducted into the Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002
     
Erick Strickland
6-3 Guard
Bellevue, Neb.
1993-96
Full Bio
  • Honorable-Mention All-Big Eight (1995 and 1996)
  • Big Eight All-Defensive Team (1994, 1995, 1996)
  • NIT All-Tournament Team and MVP in 1996
  • Sixth leading scorer in NU history with 1,586 career points
  • Was 12th player in Big Eight history to tally career totals of 1,000 points, 300 assists, and 200 steals
     

Forwards

Terrance Badgett
6-6 Forward
Omaha, Neb.
1993-96
Full Bio
  • Enjoyed a solid career helping the Huskers to four straight postseason appearnances, including the 1993 and 1994 NCAA Tournaments
  • Totaled 953 points and 506 rebounds during his four-year career, as he finished his career sharing Nebraska's school record for most games played
  • Was one of the top sixth men in the Big Eight as a senior, averaging 6.7 points on 58-percent shooting and adding nearly two assists per game
     
Stan Cloudy
6-4 Forward
Center, Texas
1983-84

  • Two-year starter who helped Nebraska earn a spot in the 1983 NIT semifinals
  • Led the Huskers in both scoring and rebounding in its first three NIT games, including a 24-point, eight-rebound effort against Tulane
  • Earned second-team All-Big Eight honors in 2004, ranking second on the Huskers in both scoring (13.4) and rebounding (6.5) while also averaging 2.8 assists per game
     
Bruce Chubick
6-7 Forward
Atkinson, Neb.
1991-94
Full Bio
  • One of only two players in school history to reach the NCAA Tournament all four seasons at Nebraska, helping the Huskers to a 85-39 record during his career
  • Averaged 11.7 points and 7.3 rebounds per game as a senior and set career-highs in both points and rebounds at the 1994 Big Eight Tournament to lead the Huskers to their only conference tournament title
  • Inducted into the Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame in 2011
     
Greg Downing
6-2 Forward
Duluth, Minn.
1980-83
  • Four-year player who finished his career holding Nebraska's record for career games played with 117
  • Helped the Huskers reache the NIT semifinals as a senior, averaging 7.6 points per game while shooting 58 percent from the floor
  • Led the Huskers with 46 steals in 1982-83 to earn a spot on the All-Big Eight Defensive Team
     
Bernard Day
6-4 Forward
Washington, D.C.
  • Earned honorable-mention All-Big Eight honors in 2006, averaging 13.1 points and 6.6 rebounds per game in helping the Huskers reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history
  • Led the Huskers in scoring as a senior with 12.4 points per game while shooting 52.6 percent from the floor to help NU win 21 games and reach the NIT semifinals
  • Scored 802 points during his two-year career, which was the most by a Husker two-year player
     
Tony Farmer
6-9 Forward
Los Angeles, Calif.
1990-91
  • Vital part of Nebraska's record-setting 1990-91 season, averaging 12.4 points and 7.4 rebounds per game in his only season as a Husker
  • Earned honorable-mention All-Big Eight honors from AP and UPI
  • Named to the 1991 Big Eight All-Tournament Team after averaging 18.7 points and 10.7 rebounds per game
 
     
Larry Florence
6-5 Forward
Phenix City, Ala.
1997-2000
Full Bio
  • Was a four-year starter who ranks 16th on Nebraska's scoring list with 1,223 points, and ranks in the top 10 in both games played (123) and career starts (105)
  • Earned honorable-mention All-Big 12 honors, averaging 13.0 points and 5.4 rebounds as he was the only Husker to start all 30 games
  • Helped the Huskers to four postseason appearances in his time at NU, including the 1998 NCAA Tournament
     

Venson Hamilton
6-10 Forward
Forest City, N.C.
1996-99

Full Bio

  • Was a three-year starter who helped the Huskers to four postseason appearances and is 11th on Nebraska's career scoring list with 1,416 point and is Nebraska's all-time leading rebounds with 1,080
  • Became one of only two Huskers to earn conference player-of-the-year honors when he earned Big 12 Player of the Year in 1999, averaging 15.7 points and 10.2 rebounds per game, including a school-record 18 double-doubles
  • Was a two-time member of the Big 12 All-Defensive team, as he finished his career holding school records for rebounding and blocked shots, while ranking in the top 10 in 11 of 19 categories
  • Became the first Husker in 27 seasons to average a double-double during his senior season
     

Carl Hayes
6-9 Forward
Chicago, Ill.
1990-92

Full Bio

  • Ranks 21st on Nebraska's career scoring list with 1,136 points during his three-year career
  • Was a two-time honorable-mention All-Big Eight selection as both a junior and senior, as Nebraska reached the NCAA Tournament in both seasons
  • Served as co-captain of Nebraska's 1991-92 team, averaging 12.0 points and 5.5 rebounds per game to help the Huskers to their second straight NCAA Tournament appearance
     

Carl McPipe
6-8 Center
Hammond, Ind.
1976-79

  • Was a three-year starter for the Huskers under Joe Cipriano and is 12th on Nebraska's career scoring list with 1,300 and eighth in rebounds with 723
  • Earned All-America honors from the Citizens Savings Athletic Foundation in 1977-78, as he averaged 15.3 points and 7.9 rebounds per game in helping the Huskers to the NIT
  • Was a two-time USBWA All-District V honoree as a senior when he averaged 13.4 points and 7.5 rebounds per game
     

Dapreis Owens
6-8 Forward
Mansfield, Ohio
1989-92

Full Bio

  • A four-year performer who totaled 845 points and 505 rebounds in 117 career games at NU
  • Enjoyed his best season in 1991-92, averaging 11.1 points on 55 percent shooting and 6.8 rebounds per game to help the Huskers to the NCAA Tournament
  • Was the MVP of the 1991 Ameritas Classic, averaging 21.5 points and 9.0 rebounds per game, including a career-high 30-point effort against Eastern Washington in the title game
     

Eric Piatkowski
6-7 Forward
Rapid City, S.D.
1991-94

Full Bio

  • Prolific scorer who ranks second on Nebraska's career scoring chart with 1,934 points and is one of only two players in school history to play on four consecutive NCAA teams
  • Two-time first-team All-Big Eight performer who set NU's single-game record with 42 points against Oklahoma in the 1994 Big Eight Tournament to lead the Huskers to their only conference tournament title in school history
  • Ranks in the top 10 at Nebraska in nine categories, and finished his career as the Huskers' all-time leader in 3-pointers
  • Inducted into the Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006, the same season his No. 52 was retired by Nebraska
     

Beau Reid
6-8 Forward
Lancaster, Ohio
1988-91

Full Bio

  • Reid was the inspirational leader of Nebraska's 1990-91 team, averaging 9.9 points while leading the Huskers in assists (130) and ranking second in 3-point percentage (.361) en route to winning the Jack Moore Award
  • Led the Huskers in scoring as a sophomore with 11.9 ppg while also tying Eric Johnson for the team lead with 135 assists
  • Was a two-time Academic All-American and was inducted into the Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame in 2003
     

Centers

Derrick Chandler
6-10 Center
Mitchellville, Md.
1991-93

Full Bio

  • Was one of the finest defensive centers in school history, as he ranks in the top 10 on Nebraska's career list in both blocked shots (144, seventh) and rebounding average (8.2, 10th)
  • Set a school record with 91 blocked shots as a junior while averaging 12.3 points and 8.2 rebounds per game to earn honorable-mention All-Big Eight honors
  • Helped the Huskers return to the NCAA Tournament in 1992-93 when he averaged 11.2 points on 50 percent shooting, 8.1 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game
     

Kimani Ffriend
6-11 Center
Kingston, Jamaica
2000-01

Full Bio

  • Enjoyed a strong two-year career at Nebraska, totaling 746 points and 492 rebounds for the Huskers, finishing among Nebraska's career top 10 in blocked shots, field goal percentage and rebounds
  • Garnered All-Big 12 honors in both seasons at Nebraska, including second-team honors following a junior season when he averaged 12.8 points and 8.8 rebounds per game
  • Averaged 13.8 points, 8.2 rebounds and 2.6 blocks per game as a senior, as he ranked third nationally in field goal percentage at 62.3 percent
 
       

Dave Hoppen
6-11 Center
Omaha, Neb.
1983-86
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  • Is Nebraska's career record holder in points (2,167), scoring average (19.5), field goals (804), free throws (559) and free-throw attempts (724)
  • Averaged a school-record 23.5 points per game in 2004-05, while setting single-season marks for points (704), field goals made (270) and minutes (1,155), while his .646 field goal percentage ranked second at Nebraska
  • Broke 19 school or Big Eight records during his career and was the first Husker basketball player to have his jersey retired (1986)
  • Inducted into the Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame in 1996
 
       

Rich King
7-2Center
Omaha, Neb.
1988-91

Full Bio

  • Ranks 10th on Nebraska's career scoring chart with 1,475 points and finished his career as Nebraska's all-time leader in blocked shots (183) and games played (124)
  • Earned honorable-mention All-America honors in 1990-91 when he averaged 15.5 points and 8.1 rebounds per game to help Nebraska win a school-record 25 games
  • The NBA first-round pick was inducted into the Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame in 2001
 
       

Aleks Maric
6-11Center
Sydney, Australia
2005-08

Full Bio

  • A three-year starter in the paint who finished fifth on Nebraska's career scoring chart (1,630 points) and second in rebounding (1,015)
  • Set 19 school or conference records during his playing career and ranks in the top 10 on Husker charts in points, rebounds, field goals, free throws made, free-throw attempts, rebounding average, blocked shots and starts
  • Named first-team All-Big 12 by the AP as a senior when he averaged 15.7 points, 10.2 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game to lead the Huskers to the NIT
 
       

Mikki Moore
6-11Center
Gaffney, S.C.
1994-97

Full Bio

  • Three-year starter who totaled 986 points and 661 rebounds in helping the Huskers to four straight postseason appearances in his career
  • Finished his career as Nebraska's all-time leader in blocked shots (236) and was in the top 10 in rebounds and field goal percentage (.553, sixth)
  • Averaged 11.7 points, 7.4 rebounds and 2.8 blocks per game in 1996-97, earning honorable-mention All-Big 12 honors
 
       

Andre Smith
6-7 Center
Chicago, Ill.
1978-81

  • A two-time All-Big Eight performer who ranks fourth on Nebraska's career scoring chart with 1,717 points and sixth with 753 rebounds
  • Selected as the Big Eight Player of the Year in 1981, as he averaged 18.3 points on 59 percent shooting and 6.6 rebounds per game
  • Inducted into the Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame in 1994
 
       
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