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. 6: Drew Gooden, 905 rebounds, 1999-2002

Gooden's career numbers are similar to Simien's. Even though the only attended Kansas for three years, he played in 98 games, only eight less than teammate. And Gooden's stats are just as glossy.

He scored 1,526 career points at an average of 15.6 per game. He also had 156 assists, 104 steals, and 107 blocks in his three seasons.

The consensus first-team All-American was a tenacious rebounder, recording 905 in his career, good for an incredible 14.1 boards per game. He averaged 15.1 his final season. He turned pro after his junior year at Kansas and you can see why when you look at his over stats in his time with the Jayhawks. He was a formidable all-around player!