Top 10 all-time rebounders in Kansas Jayhawks basketball history

The Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball program is one of the most storied in history. Who are the best rebounders to play at KU?
Kansas Jayhawks all-time great Wilt Chamberlain
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No. 7: Wayne Simien, 884 rebounds, 2001-2005

This consensus first-team All-American had a terrific career at Kansas. Despite missing 32 games over his career, he still managed to play in 106 games. He was part of two Final Four teams, one of which was a National Champion runner-up team.

He scored 1,593 points in his career. That averaged out to 15.0 points a game, and includes him averaging 20.3 a game as a senior. He had 884 rebounds, at 8.3 a game, averaging 11.0 a game in his final season.

Injuries curtailed his overall numbers, but if you add in 30 more games at his averages, he might have been close to 2,000 career points and well over 1,100 rebounds. Still, his time playing for the Kansas basketball teams marks him as an all-time Jayhawk great!