Clemson basketball fans, we’re ranking the best Clemson Tigers of all-time. This list of Clemson basketball players includes current and former players, along with the seasons played with the college. Featuring All-Americans, players in the NBA, and school legends who had their jerseys retired, the top players from Clemson University men's basketball team history include Horace Grant, Elden Campbell, Tree Rollins, and K. J. McDaniels. Who is the best Clemson Tiger ever?
Vote up the ones you think are the greatest Clemson basketball players in Tigers history. Feel free to add any Tiger freshmen, NBA rookies, or Clemson alumni missing from the list.
1986–1990Elden Jerome Campbell is a retired American professional basketball player who played as a forward and center in the National Basketball Association.
2006–2010Trevor Booker is a Forward-Center on the Clemson Tigers men's basketball team.
The Only Tiger player in history with over 1500 points 600 rebounds and 300 assist.
1984–1985Harvey Grant is a retired American National Basketball Association basketball player. He is the identical twin brother of Horace Grant, also a former NBA player.
2007–2011Harvey Jerai Grant is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for BK Ventspils of the Latvijas Basketbola līga. He played college basketball for Clemson University.
1995–1999Lance Terrell McIntyre is a retired American professional basketball player. He is 5'9¼" tall and played at the point guard position.
1995–1999Harold Sherill Jamison is an American professional basketball player. Born in Orangeburg, South Carolina, he is 6'9" and plays the power forward and center positions.
1998–2001William James "Will" Solomon is an American professional basketball player for Shark Antibes of the French League.
1979–1980Mitchell Lee Wiggins is an American retired professional basketball player who played the shooting guard position.
1977–1980Billy Williams is a retired American basketball player who played one year at Brevard Community College and three years at Clemson University, before being drafted by the Houston Rockets in the ...more
2004–2008James Mays is a professional basketball player.