He gave some honorable mention votes to
And some others
Since 2000, there have obviously been some guys that rival the talents or even better the talents of these guys.
Andy Purcell, Bryson Baker, Brett Helmer, Jeff Wallace, Hank Garris, Jeff Hall, and many others.
What Jerome did was his opinion on what he saw. You can probably ask 10 people and they will give you 10 different greatest players. It depends on who you ask and where they live.
Back when slow pitch started, the best teams and players came from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area. Then areas like Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Detroit, North Carolina, New York, Milwaukee, Florida and eventually out West in California started to produce great teams and players.
Times have changed, equipment has changed, fields have changed, so many different changes along the way have made players of each era great in their own way. I think it's hard to pick a greatest ever, you basically have to pick a few players from each era of softball history. Just my humble opinion. Steve