We recently dove into the NCAA Division I Football record book and identified seven individual records that will (probably) never be broken. Now, we assigned ourselves some more light reading and did the same for men’s college basketball.

Of the most popular team sports, basketball is likely the sport that can be most influenced by one individual. What individual DI records are so impressive that they’ll likely never be broken?

Here are seven we think will never be bested.

100 points in a game – Frank Selvy, Furman (1954)

First off, let’s acknowledge that the individual record for points in the DI men’s basketball game and an NBA game is the same: 100 points. Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game (and the famous picture of him holding a white piece of paper with “100” on it) are well-known but odds are you haven’t heard of former Furman great Frank Selvy, who went on to be the No. 1 pick in the 1954 NBA Draft.

Even with the addition of the three-point line, Selvy’s record is untouchable.

Defending national champion Villanova, which also had the country’s most efficient offense, scored at least 100 points just four times last season – as a team.