BOB DOLL * 1941-42 All-American Bob “Ichabod” Doll was named an All-American for the Buffs in 1942 and was considered the big-play man for coach Frosty Cox’s 1941-42 Big Seven champs. Doll, along with fellow All-American Leason McCloud, lead CU to the NCAA Western Tournament finals and a 16-2 record during his senior year. Doll was a unanimous All-Big Seven selection and was honored on All-American teams from Look, Pic and Time magazines. Along with being an All-American, he was named MVP of the New York’s Metropolitan Tournament as a sophomore and was part of CU’s three conference titles in a four year span. That season the Buffs got bids to both the NCAA and NIT tournaments, leading the team to the NIT championship and being named Tournament MVP after averaging 15.5 points per game. He was drafted by the St. Louis Bombers of the BAA and played for the Boston Celtics for two seasons as well, averaging 8.4 points and 1.4 assists per game for his four-year BAA/NBA career. B]KEN CHARLTON * 1962-63 All-American * 1962-63 Academic All-American * 1962-63 Big 8 All-Conference First Team * 1962-63 Big 8 All-Tournament Team * 1961-62 Big 8 All-Conference First Team * 1961-62 Big 8 All-Tournament Team * 1960-61 Big 8 All-Conference First Team * 1960-61 Big 8 All-Tournament Team * Member of CU Hall of Fame [/B]A prolific scorer and rebounder who battled chronic knee problems while at Colorado, you sometimes wonder how good Ken Charlton could have been if he had been healthy his entire career. Coach Sox Walseth said it best saying, “On a leg and a half, he’s better than anyone else in the Big Eight.” Currently twelfth all time on the Buffs scoring list and eleventh on the school’s rebound list, Charlton also excelled in the classroom as he was named an Academic All-American as well in 1963. Charlton was also a three time member of the AP Big 8 All-Conference First Team and the All Big 8 Tournament Team. As a result of that, he was a fourth round pick of the Cincinnati Royals in the 1963 NBA Draft. JAY HUMPHRIES/ [/U][/SIZE][B][B][B]* 1983-84 Hon...ages of 11.1 points and 5.5 assists per game.