Thalamus McGhee
Thalamus McGhee

At 6-9, McGhee was more than a big man on campus. He was a giant on the court for the Cardinals in helping them to their first Region XIV title and national tournament appearance in 13 years in 1995.
  In the Cardinals’ 30-win season that year, he averaged 14.0 points and 9.9 rebounds a game and shot 58 percent from the floor, which earned him all-region honors. In a 44-point performance, he hit 19-of-21 shots. He also had a game in which he scored 30 points and grabbed 20 rebounds.
  As a freshman, he averaged 13.0 points and 9.5 rebounds.
  He continued his playing career at the University of Alabama, starting 20 of 29 games as a junior and 29 of 31 as a senior.
  McGhee also played several seasons in international pro leagues.
  He becomes the second member from the 1995 Cardinals to be inducted into the Cardinal Hall of Fame, joining Tyrone Foster (2010).