Bob Hopkins, Grambling State
Grambling State (1952-56) was a three-time All-American and a four-time All-Midwest Conference selection. He finished his career as the most prolific scorer in small college basketball history. At the end of his career, he held these NCAA and NAIA career records: most points scored (3,759), Highest scoring average (29.8), most field goals attempted (3,309), most field goals made (1,400); most free throws attempted (1,292), most free throws made (953), and most rebounds (2,191). He averaged 17.4 rebounds for his career. He averaged 30.9 points in 1956 (2nd in nation); 32.4 ppg in 1955 (3rd in nation), 27.8 ppg in 1954 (9th in nation); and 28.5 ppg in 1953 (4th in nation). He had more career points than LSU great Pete Maravich.
Bob Hopkins SCB HOF Induction