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Here are a few of the possibilities (and I'm sure I'm missing some good ones)...
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...I'd add P Taylor Jungmann to the list of options ^^^
My top 5...
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by mcb0703 23 months ago
I would have Brooks Kieschnick at #1.
Adam Dunn? I know, I know.....
Lots of pitchers. Can anybody think of any other positional players worthy of consideration?
1B Jose Tolentino was very underrated...during the 1983 title team...
.339 12HR 100 hits 75 RBI
Are we evaluating them strictly on performance for UT?
That was kind of my question.
Obviously, Roger Clemens is probably the best "player" to ever come through Texas. But he wasn't necessarily the best player at Texas.
Scott Bryant deserve to be on this list?
Disciplina praesidium civitatis
um, I'll think about it
Calvin Murray deserves a look along with Moreland.
Dustin Majewski - From the '02 Champs - From Brenham - Highest Career Batting Avg.
Hookem for Life!
Burt Hooten one of the best college pitchers of all time.
I was thinking the same thing... the kid was a gamer all the way.
This post was edited by NCHookem 23 months ago
Jerry Don Gleaton
Kyle Russell solely for his 28 hr season
Clements was the third best pitcher his senior team so he can't be on the list........IMHO
*Eric Weiss if the Horns make it to the CWS this year or next will be on at least a 10 best list. His career numbers are very good in an era when hitting is down.
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"Leadership is wisdom, courage and great carelessness of self"
Great one! Believe it or not, Layne was 28-0 over 4 years as a starting pitcher in the SWC. He has to be in the top 5.
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