Hard to argue that our walk-on talent has greatly improved since the HBC's arrival. And, with better walkons come better practice, better chemistry, better work ethic. Walkons are, by nature, the epitome of "blue collar," which I've seen mentioned time and time again.
With that in mind who are the walkons best remembered from the past, even if they later earned a scholarship. And who are our current walkons that are most likely to contribute?
I know everyone's first answer is going to be Hank Campbell. But over the years who are your favorites? Who do we have now with potential.
Kane Whitehurst? Anyone else?