Each year at its basketball tournament, the Pac-10 Conference inducts 10 former players -- one from each school -- into its Men’s Basketball Hall of Honor.
This year's list includes Eldridge Recasner from Washington along with Mike Bibby (Arizona), Jeremy Veal (Arizona State), Earl Robinson (California), Kenya Wilkins (Oregon), Dave Gambee (Oregon State), John Arrillaga (Stanford) Reggie Miller (UCLA), John Block (USC) and Paul Lindemann (Washington State).
The induction ceremony will take place on Saturday, March 13.
Here's what the Pac-10 news release had to say about Recasner:
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Eldridge Recasner, Washington - A four-year letterwinner for coaches Andy Russo and Lynn Nance, Recasner ended his career among the school’s leaders in scoring (1,700 points), three-point field goals, free throw percentage, assists and steals. Recasner is the only three-time captain in program history and earned All-Pac-10 Conference honors three times (1988, 89, 90) and was named the team’s Most Valuable Player in each of those years. Recasner played three seasons in the Continental Basketball Association and was named the league’s MVP twice before spending eight seasons in the NBA with the Denver Nuggets, Atlanta Hawks, Charlotte Hornets and Los Angeles Clippers.