The most famous alumni from every 2019 NCAA Tournament team. WHo represents your school/team?
The NCAA tournament has arrived and the brackets have been released. Every university that participates in the tournament has a chance to win the National Championship but only one will be crowned the champion. There are so many lists every year that come out breaking down the top 10 players at a certain position, or the teams most likely to pull an upset.
This list is going to provide a new look at all 68 teams in the tournament bracket. Each of these schools has a long list of famous alumni. This list is going to look at the most famous alumni from each school. The list includes actors, former athletes, movie stars and various other occupations. The word famous has a very broad meaning and each individual and their accomplishment is explained below.
A few liberties must be addressed before getting into the list. If the individual had been convicted of a crime they were ineligible for this list. The second is the individual below did not need to graduate from the university to be included on the list. The members of this list all did need to attend the school for at least a year. Anyone who attended for their undergraduate, Master’s or any other form of further education were included.
Abilene Christian Wildcats – Wilbert Montgomery
Wilbert Montgomery (Class of 1976) played nine years in the NFL for both the Eagles and the Vikings. The former running back is now making a living on NFL coaching staffs. He has worked for the Rams, Lions, Ravens and Browns. Montgomery is one of the greatest running backs in Eagles history as he shattered every franchise rushing record in his time there.
Arizona State Sun Devils – Jimmy Kimmel
Laughter is something everyone needs; the gift enables us all to forget about a hard day and relax. Jimmy Kimmel (attended 1987-1988) has dominated late-night TV and laughs since 2003 when the Jimmy Kimmel Live show debuted. Since then the comedian has gone on to host two Primetime Emmy Awards and two Academy Award shows, including the Oscars in 2018. Every time Kimmel appears on the TV, America tunes in.