Here's a rundown of the the top 75 players in NCAA tournament history, beginning with Lew Alcindor. Simply put, Alcindor is the most gifted, complete and decorated player in college basketball history. During his three years at UCLA, Alcindor lost just two games, both by a single basket. He led the Bruins to an unprecedented three consecutive NCAA championships. The only reason they didn't win a fourth was that freshmen were ineligible when Alcindor first came to Westwood. In his six Final Four games, Alcindor averaged 25.7 points and 18.8 rebounds, and he remains the only player to be named Most Outstanding Player at the Final Four three times.