174. Jerome Beasley
173. Winston Bennett
Winston Bennett was a 6'7" small forward from Louisville, KY. Born February 9th, 1965, he was Mr. Basketball for the state of Kentucky in 1983. He then joined the Wildcats at the University of Kentucky, averaging 28 minutes per game over his four seasons with 11 points, six rebounds, and an assist per contest. The Cleveland Cavaliers selected him in the third round of the 1988 draft, 64th overall.
Bennett averaged 16 minutes per game over parts of three seasons with the Cavs, scoring five points with three boards and an assist during his time there. He was waived near the end of the 1991-92 season. Miami signed him to a 10-day contract on April 10th. He played one minute that night, sinking his only field goal and grabbing one rebound in a 108-93 Heat win over the Washington Bullets. Six days later, he made his second and final appearance with Miami, and his final overall NBA performance, again playing one minute. This time, he missed his only shot as Miami lost to the Milwaukee Bucks, 95-87.
Later on, Bennett went into coaching, serving as Rick Pitino's assistant both at the University of Kentucky and with the Boston Celtics. He later became the head coach of Kentucky State, eventually serving in the same capacity with the NAIA's Mid-Continent University.
172. Matt Fish
171. Todd Fuller
170. Mickell Gladness