1. Muggsy Bogues - PG
Tyrone Curtis Muggsy Bogues is one of the prominent NBA drafts from Dunbar High. The Washington Bullets selected him in the 1987 NBA draft.
Muggsy Bogues played basketball from 1987 and retired from playing in 2001. He began his professional career at Rhode Island Gulls in 1987. He played only a single season and left the club due to an ankle injury.
He was drafted 12th overall pick by the Bullets on November 6, 1987, and spent a season there.
From 1988 to 1997, Muggsy was involved with the Charlotte Hornets. Later he joined the Golden State Warriors from 1997 till 1999. He played more than 36 games during his time in the lockout-shortened following season.
He signed the Toronto Raptors at the beginning of 1999 and stayed with them till the end of 2001. Due to a chronic knee injury, he retired after only appearing in three games in 2001.
Besides, Tyrone was able to earn USBL Rookie of the Year and the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award in 1987. His most highlighted award was when he won a gold medal in the FIBA World Championship in 1986.