By the end of his senior season had become the most outstanding basketball player in UA history. Named All Pac-10 in 1987, 1988, and 1989, was consensus All American in 1988 and 1989 and was 1989 National Player of the Year. Was team Most Valuable Player all four years at Arizona. Broke UA and Pac-10 career scoring records and led Arizona in 1988 to its first NCAA Final Four appearance. Also tops UA career lists in field goals made and attempted and free throws made and attempted. Ranks in top ten in career free throw percentage and rebounds, and in every offensive catergory for a single season. Member of U.S. national team that defeated the Soviet Union for the gold medal in the 1986 World Basketball Championships in Madrid. First-round NBA draft choice of San Antonio Spurs in 1989. At time of induction was with the Detroit Pistons.