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. 3: Nick Collison, 1,143 rebounds, 1999-2003

What a career Collison had at Kansas! He played in 142 games, and started 130, winning 113 total games as a Jayhawk. He played in two Final Fours and in a National Championship game.

Collison scored 2,097 points, averaging 14.8 points per game. He averaged in double figures in all four seasons. He was a great all-around player, recording 257 assists, 155 steals, and 243 blocks.

As a rebounder, he was terrific, pulling down 1,143 caroms in his career, for an average of 8.0 a game. He was a consensus first-team All-American, and he spent 14 years in the NBA.

Collison is an all-time great Kansas Jayhawk and ranks in the top three in both points and rebounds.