ESPN: Which colleges have produced the most No.1 NBA draft picks? (31 schools tied with 1: Minnesota, Mychal Thompson)

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Per Keith:

31 schools tied with 1

Arizona (Deandre Ayton, 2018)

Bowling Green (Chuck Share, 1950)

Bradley (Gene Melchiorre, 1951)

Davidson (Fred Hetzel, 1965)

DePaul (Mark Aguirre, 1981)

Furman (Frank Selvy, 1954)

Georgia (Anthony Edwards, 2020)

Illinois State (Doug Collins, 1973)

LIU Brooklyn (Ray Felix, 1953)

Louisville (Pervis Ellison, 1989)

Loyola Chicago (LaRue Martin, 1972)

Marshall (Andy Tonkovich, 1948)

Memphis (Derrick Rose, 2008)

Michigan State (Earvin Magic Johnson, 1979)

Minnesota (Mychal Thompson, 1978)

Navy (David Robinson, 1987)

NC State (David Thompson, 1975)

Notre Dame (Austin Carr, 1971)

Ohio State (Greg Oden, 2007)

Oklahoma (Blake Griffin, 2009)

Oklahoma State (Cade Cunningham, 2021)

Pacific (Michael Olowokandi, 1998)

Providence (Jimmy Walker, 1967)

Seattle (Elgin Baylor, 1958)

St. Bonaventure (Bob Lanier, 1970)

Syracuse (Derrick Coleman, 1990)

Texas Wesleyan (Clifton McNeely, 1947)

Texas Western (Jim Barnes, 1964)

Virginia (Ralph Sampson, 1983)

Wake Forest (Tim Duncan, 1997)

Washington (Markelle Fultz, 2017)


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