He'll never be remembered as one of the best all-time players at Kentucky. However, he might deserve to be remembered as one player who appreciated his time at UK as much or more than any other player.
"I know one responsibility that comes for playing for Kentucky is being recognized in public. I like it. During a rough season last year people would try to pick us up and help us. The fans are good to us, and I like it," Obrzut said.
"The fans pump me up. I try to do all in my power to show them somebody who can make hustle plays. I just want people to enjoy watching Kentucky basketball. I want them to yell and scream and have a good time at the game and then go home and be able to sleep because they had a wonderful time at the game."
Obrzut will be finishing his career at Kentucky next month. The Poland native isn't sure about future plans, but he already knows what he will remember best about his career.
"I enjoy winning and I am proud to wear that Kentucky jersey. I was taught since I picked up a basketball that it is all about winning. My worst moment was maybe last year and not winning. That was hard," Obrzut said.
Any regrets about not getting to play more?
"I don't look at it that way. I talked to a lot of friends in the beginning when I wasn't getting to play. I was young and immature. I didn't want to accept sharing the ball with my teammates," Obrzut said. "Then I realized if I played one minute or 30 minutes, to give all I had. I took that to heart. For me to be happy, I just go play as hard as I can even if it is just for one minute. I can't be miserable. I can't get frustrated over that. Just give all you have. People don't talk about the minutes you played. They talk about winning or losing."
Any regrets about maybe not going to a smaller school where you could have played more?
"I am happy playing two minutes for Kentucky rather than 30 minutes for a small school," Obrzut said.
Say amen Big Blue fans. Now that's an attitude you have to love — and it's too bad some more talented players who play a lot more than Woo don't feel the same.
He also knows exactly how he wants Kentucky fans to remember him.
"Remember that no matter how long Woo was on the court, he gave his best and when he was in public, he did his best," he said.
When you think about it, that's a legacy anyone would like to have.