2. Alando Tucker
Alando Tucker came just after Harris, as he attended the University of Wisconsin from 2003-2007. During his time, it included a redshirted year during his sophomore campaign due to an injury.
Tucker made a huge splash his freshman season by averaging 12 points per game right off the tip. By the time his senior season came around, he nearly averaged 20 points per game (19.9). His final campaign allowed him to win the Big Ten Player of the Year award in 2006-07.
That season, the Badgers were ranked near the top of the polls for the majority of the time, including No. 1 for a little while. They ended up securing a No. 2 seed in the Midwest region, but were upset in the second round.
Even though that put a damper on Tucker’s career, he’s still the school’s all-time leading scorer with 2217 points and fourth in total rebounds. In 2006-07, he also was a first-team All American and a finalist for the Wooden Award, given to college basketball’s best player.