The College Basketball Hall of Fame will be inducting it’s twelfth class, and its a doozy.
In addition to seven players and coaches who made a notable impact at the collegiate level, it’s adding a few pro legends as well. Tim Duncan and John Stockton highlight the hall of fame class that was announced on Wednesday.
Duncan, who played his college ball at Wake Forest was named the national player of the year in 1997 as a senior. In his time with the Demon Deacons, they made appearances in four NCCA tournaments and was a two-time ACC Player of the Year and three-time National Defensive Player of the Year.
Stockton, meanwhile, was named the player of the year for the West Coast Conference in 1984, when he averaged 20.9 points per game and 7.2 assists per game.
Joining them are Jay Williams, who led Duke to a National Championship in 2001. Cleo Hill from Winston-Salem State, Indiana’s Scott May, Rick Mount from Purdue, Creighton’s Paul Silas, and coach Bo Ryan.
The induction ceremony will take place Nov. 19.