staff, January 29, 2016

Are you ready to vote for the top players in Maryland basketball history? We came up with a list of 12 Terrapin greats, and now it's your job to rank them!

Read each player's bio below, then scroll down and rank them, 1-12. 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.

Len Bias 1982-86: He tallied 2,149 points and averaged 23.2 points his final last season in College Park. Bias was named ACC Player of the Year twice (1985-86) and was a first-team All-American in 1986.

Steve Blake 1999-2003: The quick Blake played on two Final Four teams, including the squad that ran to the 2002 national title. Blake became the first ACC player to notch 1,000 points, 800 assists, 400 rebounds and 200 steals. 2003 first-team All-ACC selection.

Adrian Branch 1981-85: Led Maryland in scoring two seasons. Fifth on Terps all-time scoring list and also led Terps in steals two seasons. Two-time All-ACC selection. In 1984, he led Maryland to its first ACC tournament title in 26 years.

Juan Dixon 1998-2002: The school?s all-time leading scorer, Dixon?s highlight was leading the Terps to the 2002 national championship. An emotional and gutsy leader, Dixon averaged 16.1 points and was the ACC Player of the Year in 2002. 2001 third-team and 2002 first-team All-American selection. Maryland?s second three-time All-ACC first-team selections (2000-02).

Len Elmore 1971-74: Honored as one of the 50 greatest ACC players ever. Elmore was a force in the paint and is still the all-time leading rebounder in school annals. Elmore was part of one of the greatest Terps teams in history in 1973-74, playing with John Lucas and Tom McMillen. 1974 second-team All-American and first-team All-ACC selection.

Steve Francis 1998-99: 1999 second-team All-American and first-team All-ACC selection. Led Terps to season-ending No. 5 national ranking. Averaged 17 points, 4.5 assists, and 2.8 steals per game in his single season with the Terps.

Albert King 1977-81: King was a two-time All-American (1980-81) who netted ACC Player of the Year accolades in 1980 when he averaged 21.7 points per game. His No. 55 is retired by the Maryland basketball program. Member of the ACC 50th Anniversary men's basketball team as one of the 50 greatest players in Atlantic Coast Conference history.

John Lucas 1972-76: He was a three-time All-American (1974-76) who was adept at creating his own shot. Lucas went on to be the No. 1 pick in the 1976 draft after averaging over 19 points each of his final three seasons. Maryland?s first three-time All-ACC first-team selections (1974-76).

Tom McMillian 1971-74: A Rhodes Scholar in addition to being a 1972 Olympian and three-time All-American who averaged 20.5 points and 9.8 rebounds during his three-year career. 1972 third-team and 1973-74 second-team All-American selection. Maryland?s first two-time All-ACC first-team selections (1972-73).

Joe Smith 1993-95: 1995 National Player of the Year. Smith averaged 20.2 points and 10.7 rebounds and helped revive the program. 1994 third-team and 1995 first-team All-American selection. Was the No. 1 overall pick in the 1995 NBA Draft.

Buck Williams 1978-81: The 6-8 Williams consistently outplayed Virginia?s 7-4 three-time College Player of the Year Ralph Sampson. Scored 15.5 points per game his final two years and averaged 10.9 rebounds for his career, leading the ACC in rebounding twice. Holds team record for best shooting percentage in a season (64.7 percent in 1981). Selected to the 1980 USA Olympic basketball team.

Walt Williams 1988-92: Williams enjoyed a monster senior season by averaging 26.8 points, 5.6 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 2.1 steals en route to earning second-team All-American honors. He scored 20 or more points in 19 straight games during his senior season, breaking the single-season point total record at Maryland with 776 points as a senior.