List of NCAA Division I men's basketball players with 2000 points and 1000 rebounds

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This is a list of NCAA Division I men's basketball players who have reached both 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in their careers. Numbers in bold italics indicate the highest number for each category among the players in the list. Of the players on this list, Tom Gola is the only one who also holds an NCAA men's basketball record; his 2,201 rebounds are the most ever. For reference, individual NCAA Division I record holders for other criteria shown on this list (points, games played, height) are:

Key[edit]

Hank Gathers transferred from USC to Loyola Marymount
* Elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

List[edit]

Player School Height Final year Years Games Points Rebounds Reference
McDermott, DougDoug McDermott Creighton 6-8 2014 4 145 3,150 1,088
[4]
Muscala, MikeMike Muscala Bucknell 6-11 2013 4 134 2,036 1,093
[5]
Singler, KyleKyle Singler Duke 6-8 2011 4 148 2,392 1,015
[6]
Faried, KennethKenneth Faried Morehead State 6-8 2011 4 136 2,009 1,673
[7]
Harangody, LukeLuke Harangody Notre Dame 6-8 2010 4 129 2,476 1,221
[8]
Rodriguez, JonathanJonathan Rodriguez Campbell 6-5 2010 4 121 2,153 1,066
[9]
Hansbrough, TylerTyler Hansbrough North Carolina 6-8 2009 4 142 2,872 1,219
[10]
Thompson, JasonJason Thompson Rider 6-11 2008 4 122 2,040 1,171
[11]
Reid, ArizonaArizona Reid High Point 6-5 2008 4 120 2,069 1,013
[12]
Hines, KyleKyle Hines UNC Greensboro 6-6 2008 4 120 2,187 1,047
[13]
Green, CalebCaleb Green Oral Roberts 6-8 2007 4 128 2,503 1,189
[14]
Fazekas, NickNick Fazekas Nevada 6-11 2007 4 131 2,464 1,254
[15]
Smith, CraigCraig Smith Boston College 6-7 2006 4 130 2,349 1,114
[16]
Mendez, JuanJuan Mendez Niagara 6-7 2005 4 123 2,210 1,053
[17]
Gomes, RyanRyan Gomes Providence 6-7 2005 4 116 2,138 1,028
[18]
Warrick, HakimHakim Warrick Syracuse 6-8 2005 4 135 2,073 1,026
[19]
Harris, MikeMike Harris Rice 6-6 2005 4 121 2,014 1,111
[20]
West, DavidDavid West Xavier 6-9 2003 4 126 2,132 1,309
[21]
Collison, NickNick Collison Kansas 6-9 2003 4 142 2,097 1,143
[22]
Hunter, BrandonBrandon Hunter Ohio 6-7 2003 4 119 2,012 1,103
[23]
LaFrentz, RaefRaef LaFrentz Kansas 6-11 1998 4 131 2,066 1,186
[24]
Van Horn, KeithKeith Van Horn Utah 6-9 1997 4 122 2,542 1,074
[25]
Awojobi, TunjiTunji Awojobi Boston University 6-5 1997 4 114 2,308 1,237
[26]
Duncan, TimTim Duncan Wake Forest 6-11 1997 4 128 2,117 1,570
[27]
Hodge, OdellOdell Hodge Old Dominion 6-9 1997 5 128 2,117 1,086
[28]
Abrams, DanyaDanya Abrams Boston College 6-7 1997 4 122 2,053 1,029
[29]
Wallace, JohnJohn Wallace Syracuse 6-8 1996 4 127 2,119 1,065
[30]
Rose, MalikMalik Rose Drexel 6-7 1996 4 120 2,024 1,514
[31]
Reeves, BryantBryant Reeves Oklahoma State 7-0 1995 4 136 2,367 1,152
[32]
Jackson, ReggieReggie Jackson Nicholls State 6-6 1995 4 110 2,124 1,271
[33]
Trent, GaryGary Trent Ohio 6-8 1995 3 93 2,108 1,050
[34]
Grant, JoshJosh Grant Utah 6-9 1993 4 131 2,000 1,066
[35]
Laettner, ChristianChristian Laettner Duke 6-11 1992 4 148 2,460 1,149
[36]
Houston, ByronByron Houston Oklahoma State 6-7 1992 4 127 2,379 1,190
[37]
Keefe, AdamAdam Keefe Stanford 6-9 1992 4 125 2,319 1,119
[38]
Weatherspoon, ClarenceClarence Weatherspoon Southern Miss 6-7 1992 4 117 2,130 1,320
[39]
Jones, PopeyePopeye Jones Murray State 6-8 1992 4 123 2,057 1,374
[40]
Mourning, AlonzoAlonzo Mourning* Georgetown 6-10 1992 4 120 2,001 1,032
[41]
Davis, TomTom Davis Delaware State 6-6 1991 4 95 2,274 1,013
[42]
Smith, DougDoug Smith Missouri 6-10 1991 4 128 2,184 1,305
[43]
Harstad, BobBob Harstad Creighton 6-6 1991 4 128 2,110 1,126
[44]
Augmon, StaceyStacey Augmon UNLV 6-8 1991 4 145 2,011 1,005
[45]
Simmons, LionelLionel Simmons La Salle 6-7 1990 4 131 3,217 1,429
[46]
Gathers, HankHank Gathers USC/Loyola Marymount 6-7 1990 4 117 2,723 1,128
[47]
Coleman, DerrickDerrick Coleman Syracuse 6-9 1990 4 143 2,143 1,537
[48]
Glass, GeraldGerald Glass Delta State/Ole Miss 6-5 1990 4 122 2,785 1,087
[49]
West, FredFred West Texas Southern 6-9 1990 4 118 2,066 1,136
[42]
Hill, TyroneTyrone Hill Xavier 6-9 1990 4 126 2,003 1,380
[50]
Sanders, KennyKenny Sanders George Mason 6-5 1989 4 107 2,177 1,026
[42]
Ferry, DannyDanny Ferry Duke 6-10 1989 4 143 2,155 1,003
[51]
Ellison, PervisPervis Ellison Louisville 6-9 1989 4 136 2,143 1,149
[52]
Manning, DannyDanny Manning Kansas 6-10 1988 4 147 2,951 1,187
[53]
Queenan, DarenDaren Queenan Lehigh 6-4 1988 4 118 2,703 1,013
[54]
Robinson, DavidDavid Robinson* Navy 7-1 1987 4 127 2,669 1,314
[55]
Harper, RonRon Harper Miami (OH) 6-6 1986 4 120 2,377 1,119
[56]
Grant, GregGreg Grant Utah State 6-7 1986 4 115 2,124 1,003
[57]
Krystkowiak, LarryLarry Krystkowiak Montana 6-9 1986 4 120 2,017 1,105
[58]
Tisdale, WaymanWayman Tisdale Oklahoma 6-9 1985 3 104 2,661 1,048
[59]
Lee, KeithKeith Lee Memphis State[60] 6-11 1985 4 128 2,408 1,336
[61]
Ewing, PatrickPatrick Ewing* Georgetown 7-0 1985 4 143 2,184 1,316
[62]
McDaniel, XavierXavier McDaniel Wichita State 6-7 1985 4 117 2,152 1,359
[63]
Acres, MarkMark Acres Oral Roberts 6-11 1985 4 110 2,038 1,051
[64]
Jackson, WillieWillie Jackson Centenary 6-6 1984 4 114 2,535 1,013
[65]
Binion, JoeJoe Binion North Carolina A&T 6-8 1984 4 116 2,143 1,194
[42]
Perkins, SamSam Perkins North Carolina 6-10 1984 4 136 2,145 1,167
[66]
Kelly, HarryHarry Kelly Texas Southern 6-7 1983 4 110 3,066 1,085
[67]
Lyons, KennethKenneth Lyons North Texas State 6-7 1983 4 111 2,291 1,020
[68]
Sampson, RalphRalph Sampson* Virginia 7-4 1983 4 132 2,225 1,511
[69]
Green, SidneySidney Green UNLV 6-9 1983 4 119 2,073 1,276
[70]
Davis, B. B.B. B. Davis Lamar 6-8 1981 4 119 2,084 1,122
[71]
Macklin, RudyRudy Macklin LSU 6-7 1981 5 123 2,080 1,276
[72]
Williams, HerbHerb Williams Ohio State 6-10 1981 4 114 2,011 1,111
[73]
Brooks, MichaelMichael Brooks La Salle 6-7 1980 4 114 2,628 1,372
[74]
Gminski, MikeMike Gminski Duke 6-11 1980 4 122 2,323 1,242
[75]
Moore, JonathanJonathan Moore Furman 6-8 1980 4 117 2,299 1,242
[42]
Carroll, Joe BarryJoe Barry Carroll Purdue 7-1 1980 4 123 2,175 1,148
[76]
Bird, LarryLarry Bird* Indiana State 6-9 1979 3 94 2,850 1,247
[77]
Natt, CalvinCalvin Natt Northeast Louisiana[78] 6-5 1979 4 108 2,581 1,285
[42]
King, ReggieReggie King Alabama 6-6 1979 4 118 2,168 1,279
[79]
Cartwright, BillBill Cartwright San Francisco 6-11 1979 4 111 2,116 1,137
[80]
Moncrief, SidneySidney Moncrief Arkansas 6-3 1979 4 122 2,066 1,015
[81]
Bailey, JamesJames Bailey Rutgers 6-9 1979 4 122 2,034 1,074
[82]
Kelser, GregGreg Kelser Michigan State 6-7 1979 4 115 2,014 1,092
[83]
Winton, GaryGary Winton Army 6-5 1978 4 105 2,296 1,168
[84]
Elliott, BobBob Elliott Arizona 6-10 1977 4 114 2,131 1,083
[85]
Sellers, PhilPhil Sellers Rutgers 6-5 1976 4 114 2,399 1,115
[86]
McDaniels, JimJim McDaniels Western Kentucky 7-0 1971 3 81 2,238 1,118
[87]
Issel, DanDan Issel* Kentucky 6-9 1970 3 83 2,138 1,078
[88]
Lanier, BobBob Lanier* St. Bonaventure 6-11 1970 3 75 2,067 1,180
[89]
Lew Alcindor*[90] UCLA 7-2 1969 3 88 2,325 1,367
[91]
Hayes, ElvinElvin Hayes* Houston 6-9 1968 3 93 2,884 1,602
[92]
Bradley, BillBill Bradley* Princeton 6-5 1965 3 83 2,503 1,008
[93]
Barry, RickRick Barry* Miami (FL) 6-7 1965 3 77 2,298 1,274
[94]
Hetzel, FredFred Hetzel Davidson 6-8 1965 3 79 2,032 1,094
[42]
Werkman, NickNick Werkman Seton Hall 6-3 1964 3 71 2,273 1,036
[95]
McGill, BillBill McGill Utah 6-9 1962 3 86 2,321 1,106
[96]
Chappell, LenLen Chappell Wake Forest 6-8 1962 3 87 2,165 1,213
[97]
Cohen, JeffJeff Cohen William & Mary 6-8 1961 4 103 2,003 1,679
[98]
Robertson, OscarOscar Robertson* Cincinnati 6-5 1960 3 88 2,973 1,338
[99]
West, JerryJerry West* West Virginia 6-2 1960 3 93 2,309 1,240
[100]
Crosthwaite, RalphRalph Crosthwaite Western Kentucky 6-9 1959 4 103 2,076 1,309
[101]
Howell, BaileyBailey Howell Mississippi State 6-7 1959 3 75 2,030 1,277
[102]
Baylor, ElginElgin Baylor* Seattle 6-6 1958 3 80 2,500 1,559
[103]
Holup, JoeJoe Holup George Washington 6-6 1956 4 104 2,226 2,030
[104]
Hemric, DickieDickie Hemric Wake Forest 6-6 1955 4 104 2,587 1,802
[105]
Gola, TomTom Gola* La Salle 6-6 1955 4 118 2,462 2,201
[105]
Arnelle, JesseJesse Arnelle Penn State 6-5 1955 4 102 2,138 1,238
[106]

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