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I don't think Adonis is underrated by anyone who knows anything about KU basketball history. That guy was a rock when KU badly needed it.
I don't think Boschee belongs on the list either. His accomplishments were too high for him to be on it in my view. Too prolific of a shooter to be underrated.
Langford is well thought of as well. I don't think underrated applies to him.
None of those guys are really underrated by the KU faithful. Much more of a national perspective.
I would agree with most of the recent players on the list, but I'm not sure Robisch, Hunter, Wesley, or Born belong on it. Sure, they're not the first guys you think of when you think of KU legends, but honestly, there's such a long list of legends that stretches back over such a long period that it's a really high standard to be though of in that breath. Heck, most people outside of the KU faithful don't know Lovellette and many under 40 don't know that Wilt played at KU. I'd say most of the older players on this list got their credit in their time (he chose a multiple time All American for crying out loud) so I don't know how you can call them unheralded any more than you can call Raef Lafrentz or Scott Pollard unheralded.
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