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Of all the names, here are 10 that stand out:
1. Scoochie Smith (2014-17): His real first name is memorable, too: Dayshon. He's now playing in Australia. Let's hope his name translates.
2. Bucky Bockhorn (1955-58): One of three brothers to play for the Flyers, Bucky is also known as Arlen ... and "The Legend."
3. Roosevelt Chapman (1980-84): If his name was Joe Smith, everyone would remember him because he's UD's all-time leading scorer (2,233 points). He had a presidential-sounding name to go with the record.
4. Negele Knight (1985-90): Much like the players listed above him, Knight had a name to go with his talent. He ranks eighth in UD history with 1,806 points.
5. Don "Monk" Meineke (1949-52): The sixth all-time leading scorer in UD history (1,866 points) would go on to become the NBA's first Rookie of the Year.
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6. Glinder Torain (1965-68): This name just glides off the tongue. The 6-foot-6 forward from Muncie, Ind., was the fourth-leading scorer for the 1967 national runner-up team.
7. Razor Campbell (1948-51): Dick was the real first name of this 6-2 guard from Columbus. He averaged 13.3 points for the 1951 NIT runner-up team.
8. Chip Hare (1991-95): The 6-10 forward from Massillon scored 1,323 points in his career. He was a freshman in 1991-92 when Chip Jones was a senior.
9. Gordy Gahm (1970-73): Alliteration can help make a name memorable. It certainly helps in this case. Gahm, a guard from Louisville, Ky., comes from a family that built Valhalla Golf Club, the site of three PGA championships and the 2008 Ryder Cup.
10. Urban Boll (1911-12): Urban Meyer wasn't the first Urban.