From 1963 through 1966, Gary Schull was the leader of Florida State’s basketball Seminoles. The Pompano Beach prep star was short for a college center but made up for lack of size with hustle and aggressiveness. In his career, Schull averaged 14.8 points a game and grabbed more than 10 rebounds a contest. He scored 1,122 points and came down with 769 rebounds in his three years. An excellent student, he graduated in 1966 and went to Europe to become one of Italy’s best known and most popular professional players.