Accolades: ACC Athlete of the Year (1986), ACC Player of the Year (1985â€“86)
Len Bias was the total package on the court for Maryland. In his senior year, Bias averaged 23 PPG along with 7 RPG and was a First Team All-American. Bias was drafted by the reigning NBA champion Boston Celtics with the overall second pick in the NBA draft, but was found dead in his Maryland dorm room from a cocaine overdose only a day after he was drafted. Bias had a rare mix of talent and athleticism, and many believe he would've helped the Celtics continue their run of Finals appearances during the '80s.