Kevin Grevey "Wildcat Legend" Print
by David Brian Blondell
A collection of several different images of Kevin Grevey during his playing career at the University of Kentucky. Grevey is the #7 all time scorer (1801 points) in UK Mens basketball history and #3 of players that played 3 years, behind only Issel and Mashburn. Grevey was a member of the 1975 NCAA Championship runnerup team, an All American in 1974 & 1975, All-NCAA Final Four Team member, SEC Player of the Year in 1973 & 1975 and All-SEC team member for all three years of his playing years while attending UK.
This collector print is the third in the "Wildcat Legends" series following Mike Pratt and Tony Delk. Print is limited to a quantity of 250. The print will be hand signed by Kevin Grevey and artist, David Blondell on March 7th, 2015 prior to the Florida game on senior day. There is some irony in the fact that Grevey's #35 jersey was retired on 2/18/95 at a game vs Florida. Jersey retirement and UK "Wildcat Legend" honoree against Florida!
Print size is 10 3/4 by 17 1/4. All player or coach signed items come with a Certificate of Authenticity from our gallery. We are known as the premier place to get signed items from former University of Kentucky athletes and to meet them in person before the games at Rupp Arena. We also have private signings with players that play in the pro leagues and offer those items for sale too! GO CATS!!!
# 35 Kevin Grevey
Hometown: Hamilton, OH (Taft)
Position: F Playing Height: 6-5 Playing Weight: 205
Date of Birth: May 12, 1953
Mr. Basketball State of Ohio 1971 (Co-MVP)
Scholastic Coach All-American
Kentucky Career Notes:
Retired Jersey #35
Uncle of future Kentucky player Ryan Hogan
1972-73: SEC Player of the Year [Associated Press (co-winner with Wendell Hudson)] ; All-SEC [First Team (AP, UPI & Coaches)]
1973-74: All-American [NABC (5th), Helms]; All-SEC [First Team (AP, UPI & Coaches)]
1974-75: All-American [Consensus (2nd), AP (2nd), UPI (2nd), NABC (2nd), USBWA (1st), Converse (2nd), Sporting News (2nd), Helms]; All-NCAA Final Four Team; SEC Player of the Year [Associated Press] ; All-SEC [First Team (AP, UPI & Coaches)]
Post-UK Career Notes:
Drafted #18 Overall in the 1st Round of the 1975 NBA Draft by Washington
Professional Basketball Statistics [External Link]