Appearing in the first spot on the podium is forward Jillian Alleyne. This Duck shared the court with the likes of Cazorla, Petersen, and Bando yet was still able to earn enough points to stand third on Oregon’s all-time scoring list.
As a freshman, Alleyne averaged an astonishing 13 points, 11.9 rebounds, and 1.3 blocks per game. Named the Pac-12 Freshman of the Year, the 6-foot-3 player was an indomitable tool in Oregon’s pocket.
Her scoring average only bloomed from there. Averaging 21.4 points in her sophomore year and 17.9 points throughout her career, Alleyne was a force on the offensive end of the court.
One odd line in her stat book is that Alleyne only shot five 3-pointers throughout her time with the Ducks and only made one of them (20 percent).
To counter her apparent dread of shooting beyond the arc, she shot an astounding 54.3 percent from the field and 61.7 percent from the free throw line during her four years.
These high percentages coupled with bringing down 5.03 rebounds per game, pushed Alleyne’s scoring numbers through the roof.
Before being drafted by the Phoenix Mercury, Alleyne had run up a career total of 2,151 points.