Most underrated VCU player ever?

Greg McCray- Handled a lot of low block defense and other non-glory duties for his career and very important to the scheme in the early 80's. Jesse Dark was great and a bit overshadowed by the bigs, but what a player for his size.
McCoy, Mills and Schlegel would all be good picks. Heck, EM was underrated coming out of HS. Michael (Hopewell) Brown is another. How about Danny Kottack - not sure how he rated coming out of KY but he turned out awful good?
Without a doubt, Danny Kottack. The nicest jump shot I have ever seen. Anyone remember the fadeaway jumper of his?

Ranks fifth all-time in free throw percentage at Virginia Commonwealth, with a career mark of .775... Also owns a place on the Virginia Commonwealth career assists chart, having dished out 292 during his four years, good for eighth on the all-time list... In his senior season, Kottak shot 57.9 percent from the field, the third-best single season mark in Rams’ history and still the best ever by a senior... Overall, he shot .534 from the field over four years, which places him eighth in the career record book... Also in eighth place in career minutes played, with 3,350... Recorded four double-doubles while at Virginia Commonwealth... Named to the all-Sun Belt second team after the 1980-81 season... Selected to the all-tournament team at the Sun Belt tournament in 1980... Part of the first Virginia Commonwealth team to reach the NCAA tournament, which it did in consecutive seasons (1980, 1981)... Was a freshman on the first VCU team that won 20 games in a season, as the 1977-78 Rams racked up 24 wins... Part of a prolific scoring period at Virginia Commonwealth, Kottak was a teammate at one time or another of five other 1,000-point scorers.

Danny hit a lot of his shots from the corner which today would be 3 pointers. He came off his crutches to pour in something like 13 of 15 from the floor to beat Georgetown.