Ranking the best NBA players to come out of the University of Utah
Courtesy University of Utah Athletics
The University of Utah has had an upper-echelon basketball program since the early days of college basketball. Led by outstanding coaches like Vadal Peterson, Jack Gardner and Rick Majerus, the Runnin' Utes have produced 10 first- or second-team All-Americans. The first was Dick Romney in 1916 and the latest was Andrew Bogut in 2005.
Utah has had four teams advance to the Final Four, and the school won a national championship in 1944. In total, 40 Ute players have been drafted in the NBA or ABA, with 27 of them playing in one or both of those leagues.
Note: All statistics are from Basketball-Reference.com. All photos are from Deseret News archives unless otherwise noted..
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