Weber State men's basketball 50th anniversary team

Published: Monday, March 11 2013 8:49 a.m. MDT

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Allred, who is hearing impaired with a 75-80% hearing loss, became the first legally deaf player in NBA history when he played for the Cleveland Cavilers in 2008.

He has also played professionally in France, Italy, New Zealand and Mexico.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played two seasons from 2003-05.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 2004-05.
• Ranks 25th in school history in career scoring.
• Ranks eighth in WSU history in career rebounding average at 9.1 per game.
• Led the Big Sky and was third in the country in rebounding in 2004-05 at 12.0 per game.
• Had 348 rebounds as a senior, the ffith most in WSU single-season history.
• Is 24th in Weber State history in career rebounding.
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InspectorC
Wasatch Front, UT

Hey, Ryan (DNews sports writer) ---

GREAT JOB on this List! Major props to you and Kent Condon (Sports Editor) for posting it on the DesNews website and for giving Weber State this highly-deserved recognition.

Our entire family attended WSU's final home game on Saturday, where these former players (or, all who could attend) AND most of the past head coaches came out onto center court at halftime to be honored. Wildcat Nation raised the roof on the DEC to see so many of our hoops stars of the past on the court together! It was an amazing TRIP!!

BIGTIME THANKS also go to TREVOR PHIPPS and RANDY HOLLIS for the excellent coverage provided this year for Weber State Sports. You guys rock!!

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