Rob Gray moving up the UH Career Scoring List


(Patrick) #1

Had 22 last night so that moves him within 17 of Tim Moore.


(Patrick) #2

Gray scored 8 tonight moving him ahead of Tim Moore.


(Patrick) #3

Posted this in another thread:

Full list would be (updated after tonight):

  1. Hayes - 2884
  2. Birdsong - 2833
  3. Young - 2043
  4. Upchurch - 1880
  5. Rob Williams - 1838
  6. Dunbar - 1765
  7. Davis - 1741
  8. Franklin - 1684
  9. Anderson - 1662
  10. Winslow - 1548
  11. Coleman - 1516
  12. Kenneth Williams - 1476
  13. Lewis - 1465
  14. Phillips - 1452
  15. McKiver - 1435
  16. Owens - 1407
  17. Thomas - 1388
  18. Drexler - 1383
  19. Thompson - 1381
  20. Olajuwon - 1332
  21. Micheaux - 1322
  22. Gray - 1302

(Patrick) #4

Gray up to 16th


(Patrick) #5

(Brad) #6

I didnโ€™t realize Rob Williams had scored that many points. Watching the 30 for 30 series on Phi Slamma Jamma, I assumed Rob had some amazing games where he showed it was the best to ever play, but didnโ€™t string together a formidable career together. Donโ€™t know if they presented it poorly, or if I assumed too much there.


(Patrick) #7

Gray had 19 and puts him at 1,532 points, passing Aubrey Coleman for 11th all-time. Heโ€™s 16 short of Rickie Winslow to put him into the top 10.


(Jerrycoog) #8

Rob had 3 huge scoring seasons for UH. He averaged 25ppg as a sophomore. I think some have downplayed his career based on how his personal life went off the rails after he left UH.


#9

Rob Williams was the best point guard ever from the City of Houston and the best point guard in UH history.

And Rob was a key foundation block in Phi Slama Jama since he helped UH to attract other top Houston area players like Michael Young, Clyde Drexler & Larry Micheaux.


#10

Fact


(Jim Fletcher) #11

Congrats to Rob Gray as he climbs up the charts. Probably my favorite player of the last 20 years. He certainly belongs on that list.

Off Topic: The list of top scorers shows how important local talent has been to the Coogs over the yearsโ€“

Young and Winslow-- Yates
Rob Williams, Kenneth Williams, Tim Moore-- Milby
Davis, Micheaux, and Anderson-- Worthing
Franklin-- LaMarque
Coleman-- Marshall
Drexler-- Sterling
Smith-- Hightower

11 of our top 25 scorers of all time have come from Harris, Ft Bend, and Galveston Counties


(Patrick) #12

(Jimmy Morris) #13

I just hope he makes the NCAA tourney wins list.


(Patrick) #14

(Randy Randel) #15

Two guys ahead of him were 4-year guys


#16

Rob now 8th.

13 points away from 1700.