Corky Calhoun is regarded as one of the most talented all-around players in Penn and Philadelphia Big Five history.
Playing three varsity seasons for teams which were a combined 78-6 and won three Ivy League titles (41-1), Calhoun scored 1,066 points and was a three-time All-Big Five and All-Ivy League first team selection, and was named the Philadelphia Big Five Most Valuable Player as a senior.
A complete and unselfish player, Calhoun handled whatever role was asked of him. He led the Quakers in rebounding his first two years and moved to the backcourt as a senior to take over the second guard spot after the departure of Steve Bilsky and Dave Wohl.
A first-round draft choice by both the NBA Phoenix Suns and the