Otis is a great kid and has a fantastic career, but I think using his numbers as some sort of measuring stick as to where he falls in the Mt Rushmore of Mason players is very misleading. Otis benefited from playing time that most players never get because of a coaching transition. That is no fault to him. To me, Otis is a top 20/25 player (and that's pretty frickin' good). When I hear Dave or others say he's top 5, I just don't know. I think I can come up with close to 20 names of players that could of been top 5 scoring all time if they got the number of minutes or the shots that Otis was allowed to take because we basically didn't have anything else. Like one name that I thought about is Mark Davis. Davis was a stud. Is Otis better than Davis? I don't know. Like I said, I can come up with lots of names - Miskiri, Herring, Dorsett, Davis, Butler, Skinn, Vaughan, Campbell, Long, Wright, Allen, Moore... I mean, Otis is in the conversation with those guys - no doubt, but I'm not sure I can say with 100% certainty that he is better than any of those guys.