staff, January 26, 2016

It's time to vote for the best players in Wisconsin basketball history. Who gets your vote? We created a list of 14 Badger greats, and now it's your job to rank them.

Read each player's bio below, then scroll down and rank them, 1-14. The results of the fan survey will be announced on TV's "BTN Live" in February.

We?re rolling out a survey per school throughout the coming weeks.

Sam Dekker 2012-15: Most Outstanding Player of NCAA Tournament West Region (2015). Member of two Final Four teams (2014-15) and the 2015 Big Ten Regular Season and Tournament Championship teams. Two-time Second-team All-Big Ten member.

Gene Englund 1939-41: 1941 consensus First-team All-American. 1941 Chicago Tribune Silver Basketball winner. Captain of 1941 Big Ten and National Championship team. Two-time All-Big Ten selection (1940-41). Set Big Ten scoring record with 162 points in 1941.

Michael Finley 1991-95: Second all-time leading scorer in school history (2,147 pts). A three-time AP Honorable Mention All-American. Averaged 22-or-more points per game in three of his four years at Wisconsin.

Claude Gregory 1978-81: School?s all-time leading rebounder (904) and finished career as school?s all-time leading scorer with 1,745 points, which remains in top five today. A second-team All-Big Ten selection as a senior, Gregory was voted team MVP in 1981 after finishing third in the conference, averaging 20.4 points and 9.2 rebounds per game.

Devin Harris 2001-04: 2004 Naismith/Rupp/Robertson Award Finalist. 2004 Chicago Tribune Silver Basketball winner. 2004 Big Ten Tournament Most Outstanding Player. Member of back-to-back Big Ten Championship teams (2002 and 2003).

Danny Jones 1987-90: An AP honorable mention All-American in 1989. Set the UW career scoring mark with 1,854 points, which currently ranks third in school history. He was a two-time Second-Team All-Big Ten member in 1989 and 1990.

Frank Kaminsky 2011-15: 2015 consensus First-team All-American and National Player of the Year. 2014 NCAA Tournament Regional Most Outstanding Player. Member of two Final Four teams (2014-15) and the 2015 Big Ten Regular Season and Tournament Championship teams. Holds Wisconsin record for points scored in a single season (732) and game (43).

John Kotz 1941-43: 1941 NCAA Championship Game MVP and member of 1941 Big Ten and National Championship team. 1942-43 consensus First-team All-American. 1942 Chicago Tribune Silver Basketball winner. Led Big Ten in scoring with 242 points in 1942. Captain of 1943 team, Kotz graduated as school?s career scoring leader (841).

Jon Leuer 2007-11: 2011 First-team All-Big Ten and Honorable Mention All-American. Scored 1,376 career points (14th in school history). Ranked in the conference's top five in both scoring (18.3 ppg) and rebounding (7.2 rpg). Leuer had 22 career games with at least 20 points and registered eight double-doubles.

Kirk Penney 1999-2003: Became the first UW player to earn back-to-back first-team All-Big Ten selections (2002-2003) since Ab Nicholas in 1951-52. Unanimous first-team choice by both coaches and media in 2003. Set school record with five Big Ten Player of the Week awards. Finished career second on UW career list in 3-pointers made (217) and attempted (561).

Don Rehfeldt 1944-50: 1950 consensus First-team All-American. 1950 Chicago Tribune Silver Basketball winner. Second two-time Team MVP in school history (1949-50). Set the then-UW career scoring record with 1,169 points.

Clarence Sherrod 1969-71: His 19.8 ppg career average is the best in school history, while his 23.8 ppg average in 1971 is also a school record. Ended his Wisconsin career with 1,408 points. He scored 30-or-more points a total of seven different times in his college career.

Jordan Taylor 2008-12: 2011 second-team All-American. 2011 Cousy Award finalist (awarded to nation?s top PG). Taylor is one of eight players to score more than 1,500 points in his college career (1,533 points). He broke the all-time NCAA assist-to-turnover ratio during his senior season.

Alando Tucker 2002-07: 2007 consensus first-team All-American. School?s all-time leading scorer (2,217 points). 2007 Naismith/Rupp/Robertson Award finalist. 2007 Chicago Tribune Silver Basketball winner.