Her's my picks:
G: Bob Tallent
G; Shawnta Rogers
F: Mike Brown
F: Walt Szczerbiak
C: Joe Holup
Bob ,Mike, and Joe, IMO, are no-brainers. Shawanta is the only one not in the GW HOF, but will be some day.
SirValiant Brown should also get some votes.
Wow! A (supposedly) recent GW grad recognizing Joe Holup's superb talent. I'm truly surprised. Thanks, man, on behalf of both Old Prof and me. Hard for me to argue with your other four choices, either.
Great list. I saw all but Holup play. Szczerbiak was the smartest and most efficient of all players. He used his wide frame to maneuver close to the glass and flip and bank short shots in. Shooting 60-70% for a game was not unusual. I saw him score 40 against Julius Irving in MSG in NYC. This doctor saw that doctor struggle to guard Walt. In my mind, all great GW teams should include Dirrk Surles. No other player player made First Team A-10 their junior year. No other player dominated strong Temple teams as he did. I do not know who I would replace.
The thing that I have always wondered is how well a GW all star team would do on the national stage. Would they win a national championship? I suppose an all time all star team would, but what about a modern (i.e., Jarvis/Penders/Hobbs) all star team? How many games would they win, how high would they be ranked, and how far would they get in the Tourney?
I actually created/assembled a GW all-star team, going back to the '70s, in a little basketball simulator application I used to have. They tended to do very well among all comers, even pro teams. Surprise star: Max Blank, a great sixth man (though he could never play for more than a few minutes at a time).