Unlike most of the athletes here, the Fab Five made this list because of the style impact they had on the court. Chris Webber, Juwan Howard, Jalen Rose, Jimmy King, and Ray Jackson were NCAA style pioneers by wearing baggy shorts, black socks, and black shoes, all things that had never been done before by college players. Mirroring hip-hop's rise to prominence, the University of Michigan's starting line-up, who were all freshman in 1991, brought swagger to the court that had yet to be seen on a national platform in sports, which promptly ruffled mainstream America's prim feathers. So basically, we have these guys to thank for the disappearing of short shorts in basketball.