Bob Huggins has been the head coach at West Virginia for 13 years. Before then, he spent 16 seasons at Cincinnati and a year at Kansas State before coming to Morgantown. In three decades on the sidelines, Huggins has coached the likes of Kenyon Martin, Nick Van Exel, Danny Fortson and Da’Sean Butler.

Huggins has 291 wins at WVU and is this week’s guest on the March Madness 365 podcast. He and Andy Katz broke down past players across 10 different categories, looking for each player’s strongest attribute or irreplaceable intangibles.

We often break down a coach’s picks into 10 different players (see Roy Williams’ picks here, for example) . But in this case, Kenyon Martin was so dominant — and well regarded by Huggins — that he’s going to make up 40 percent of this hypothetical dream player.

Here’s who made the cut on Huggins’ list:

The Athletic Wonder, Coach, Captain and Glue Guy — Kenyon Martin (Cincinnati forward/center, 1996-2000)