So, with that said, let's look at today's candidates. Chauncey Billups (1995-97): Billups was an All-American for the Buffs and led the team to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in his sophomore season at Colorado before going pro and becoming the third pick in the NBA Draft. Donnie Boyce (1991-95): A two time member of the All-Big 8 First Team and a member of the All-Big 8 Freshman Team. Boyce was also the school's all-time leading scorer until Richard Roby passed him (and Higgins tied Roby a few years later). Alec Burks (2009-11): The prolific scoring shooting guard was named Honorable Mention All-American his sophomore year at CU and is fifteenth on the Buffs all-time scoring list, despite only playing two seasons. He declared for the Draft and was the 12th pick of the Utah Jazz. Cory Higgins (2007-11): The four year player is tied with Richard Roby as CU's All-time leading scorer. He was also a repeat member of the All-Big 12 third team and was voted the University of Colorado Best Defender by his teammates in his senior year. Jay Humphries (1980-84): A two-time Honorable Mention All-American, Humphries is also in the record books as CU's all-time assist and steal leader. CU's fourteenth all-time leading scorer, Humphries was the 13th pick in the NBA Draft by the Phoenix Suns. Leason McCloud (1939-42): McCloud was an All-American who led the Buffs in scoring his junior & senior seasons at CU and led the team to the NIT Championship. Recently, he was named to the CU Athletics Hall Of Fame. Kenny Price (1997-99): The 1997-98 All Big 12 Newcomer of the Year was also a member of the All-Big 12 third team while at Colorado. Price averaged 14.6 ppg in his two years with Colorado and owns the top single-game & single season totals for 3 pointers made. Richard Roby (2004-08): Along with Higgins, Roby is tied as CU's all-time leading scorer. He was named to the All-Big 12 Freshman team as well as being named All-Big 12 First Team once in his career. Scott Wedman (1971-74): A two time member of the Big 8 All-Conference First Team, Wedman was also named to the 1970's Big 8 All-Decade Second Team. He currently is the 18th all-time leading scorer in school history, despite only playing 75 games in his career. Jaquay Walls (1998-00): As a senior, Walls was voted to the All-Big 12 First Team. He also was voted to the All-Newcomer and All-Underrated Big 8 Teams in his short time at Colorado. Jim Willcoxon (1937-39): While at Colorado, Willcoxon was voted to the All-American and All-Big 7 Teams for his work with the Buffs. He was known as a tenacrious defender who helped lead the team NIT Championship game. Stevie Wise (1987-91): A long distance shooter, Wise is tied for second with the most three-pointers made in CU history behind only Blair Wilson. He was also named to the Big 8 Second Team and the Big 8 All-Tournament Team while at CU. Remember, you can vote for five players that you'd like to see move on to the finals.