But the best, and most recognizable player (at least currently), in Marquette basketball history is probably Dwayne Wade. Even though he only played two seasons with the Golden Eagles, he accomplished quite a bit.
Wade averaged 19.7 points-per-game at Marquette putting him second on the all-time list in that category, behind only George Thompson. He also holds the single-season record for most points scored with 710 in 2002-03.
Marquette would be led to the Final Four by Wade in the 2002-03 season, the same in which he would be named a first-team All-American.