39. Rashad Anderson (2002-06) 6-5, F. Clutch. That’s the best way to describe Rashad Anderson, who hit some of the biggest shots in Connecticut history, including a game-tying three with just over a second to go against Washington in the 2006 Sweet 16.
Anderson hit more treys (276) than any player in UConn history, and also holds the Connecticut record for most 20-point games off the bench (11).
He was unstoppable in the 2004 NCAA Tournament, knocking down three after three and helping the Huskies roll to the Final Four.
Anderson averaged 11 points per game at UConn. He now plays for the Iowa Energy of the NBDL.