Gonzaga's most famous NBA player is still point guard John Stockton, who was dominant for the Utah Jazz from 1985 to 2003. (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac)

Gonzaga's been on an incredible run of success since Mark Few became the coach in 1999.

There's been more than 500 wins, 18 NCAA Tournaments and - most recently - a trip to the national championship game before losing to North Carolina last season.

One of the few things Few hasn't managed to produce? An NBA All-Star.

The next Gonzaga player to give it a try will be forward Zach Collins, who was drafted No. 10 overall by the Sacramento Kings on Thursday. The Kings immediately traded Collins to the Portland Trail Blazers for the rights to the No. 15 and No. 20 picks.

The 7-foot Collins is just 19 years old and spent only one season at Gonzaga. He was a backup for the Bulldogs last season, but usually very good when he was on the floor. He averaged 10 points, 5.9 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game as Gonzaga made a run to its first Final Four in school history.

Gonzaga's most famous NBA alum - by a large margin - is Hall of Fame point guard John Stockton. He played for the Bulldogs in the early 1980s, well before Few became the caoch.

During Few's tenure, several players have made it to the NBA, but no one has hit it big. Adam Morrison was one of the biggest busts in recent league history after being drafted third overall by the Charlotte Bobcats in 2006. He played just three seasons in the league.

Others like Ronny Turiaf, Dan Dickau and Austin Daye were mostly role players.

A few recent Gonzaga alums - Boston's Kelly Olynyk and Oklahoma City's Domantas Sabonis - have been solid players in their young careers, but it's difficult to see either making the jump into All-Star territory.

That leaves Collins, who is largely untested, but might have the most potential of any of them.

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