Ken Davidoff (Inducted in 2006)
Despite a short career, many consider the Ken Davidoff the best one-wall singles player ever.
The lanky lefty overpowered the competition during the early 1960s when he was in his late teens and early 20s.
Moving away from New York (where all one-wall was played) to attend college and then recurring back injuries ended his career early. During his heyday, the young Davidoff not only defeated many of the all-time greats, but held them to single digits.