March 8, 2014; Morgantown, WV, USA; West Virginia Mountaineer fans on court after game agains the Kansas Jayhawks at WVU Coliseum. West Virginia wins 92-86.Mandatory Credit: Dan Friend-USA TODAY Sports
Forward Da’Sean Butler
Da’Sean Butler was part of a handful of court-storming scenes, like the one seen above.
Butler’s helped lead the Mountaineers to the 2010 Final Four, where WVU lost to Duke. Along the way, West Virginia picked up its first Big East Conference championship. In all, the Mountaineers won 97 games with Butler playing.
He started 38 games in the 2010 season, which is the most all-time. Also, his 1,360 minutes played that season are the most all-time.
Butler is third all-time in scoring with 2,095 points.
He was drafted in the second round of the NBA Draft, despite suffering a lower body injury in the Final Four game against Duke, by the Miami Heat and played with the Austin Toros of the Development League. Butler is currently with a German professional team.