List of NCAA Division I men's basketball players with 2,000 points and 1,000 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
Tim Kempton Jr. Lehigh 6-10 2017 4 122 2,043 1,091
[4]
Shawn Long Louisiana–Lafayette 6-11 2016 4 135 2,342 1,447
[5]
Jameel Warney Stony Brook 6-8 2016 4 135 2,132 1,275
[6]
LaDontae Henton Providence 6-6 2015 4 135 2,059 1,054
[7]
Doug McDermott Creighton 6-8 2014 4 145 3,150 1,088
[8]
Mike Muscala Bucknell 6-11 2013 4 134 2,036 1,093
[9]
Kyle Singler Duke 6-8 2011 4 148 2,392 1,015
[10]
Kenneth Faried Morehead State 6-8 2011 4 136 2,009 1,673
[11]
Luke Harangody Notre Dame 6-8 2010 4 129 2,476 1,221
[12]
Jonathan Rodriguez Campbell 6-5 2010 4 121 2,153 1,066
[13]
Tyler Hansbrough North Carolina 6-8 2009 4 142 2,872 1,219
[14]
Jason Thompson Rider 6-11 2008 4 122 2,040 1,171
[15]
Arizona Reid High Point 6-5 2008 4 120 2,069 1,013
[16]
Kyle Hines UNC Greensboro 6-6 2008 4 120 2,187 1,047
[17]
Caleb Green Oral Roberts 6-8 2007 4 128 2,503 1,189
[18]
Nick Fazekas Nevada 6-11 2007 4 131 2,464 1,254
[19]
Craig Smith Boston College 6-7 2006 4 130 2,349 1,114
[20]
Juan Mendez Niagara 6-7 2005 4 123 2,210 1,053
[21]
Ryan Gomes Providence 6-7 2005 4 116 2,138 1,028
[22]
Hakim Warrick Syracuse 6-8 2005 4 135 2,073 1,026
[23]
Mike Harris Rice 6-6 2005 4 121 2,014 1,111
[24]
David West Xavier 6-9 2003 4 126 2,132 1,309
[25]
Nick Collison Kansas 6-9 2003 4 142 2,097 1,143
[26]
Brandon Hunter Ohio 6-7 2003 4 119 2,012 1,103
[27]
Raef LaFrentz Kansas 6-11 1998 4 131 2,066 1,186
[28]
Keith Van Horn Utah 6-9 1997 4 122 2,542 1,074
[29]
Tunji Awojobi Boston University 6-5 1997 4 114 2,308 1,237
[30]
Tim Duncan Wake Forest 6-11 1997 4 128 2,117 1,570
[31]
Odell Hodge Old Dominion 6-9 1997 5 128 2,117 1,086
[32]
Danya Abrams Boston College 6-7 1997 4 122 2,053 1,029
[33]
John Wallace Syracuse 6-8 1996 4 127 2,119 1,065
[34]
Malik Rose Drexel 6-7 1996 4 120 2,024 1,514
[35]
Bryant Reeves Oklahoma State 7-0 1995 4 136 2,367 1,152
[36]
Reggie Jackson Nicholls State 6-6 1995 4 110 2,124 1,271
[37]
Gary Trent Ohio 6-8 1995 3 93 2,108 1,050
[38]
Josh Grant Utah 6-9 1993 4 131 2,000 1,066
[39]
Christian Laettner Duke 6-11 1992 4 148 2,460 1,149
[40]
Byron Houston Oklahoma State 6-7 1992 4 127 2,379 1,190
[41]
Adam Keefe Stanford 6-9 1992 4 125 2,319 1,119
[42]
Clarence Weatherspoon Southern Miss 6-7 1992 4 117 2,130 1,320
[43]
Popeye Jones Murray State 6-8 1992 4 123 2,057 1,374
[44]
Alonzo Mourning* Georgetown 6-10 1992 4 120 2,001 1,032
[45]
Tom Davis Delaware State 6-6 1991 4 95 2,274 1,013
[46]
Doug Smith Missouri 6-10 1991 4 128 2,184 1,305
[47]
Bob Harstad Creighton 6-6 1991 4 128 2,110 1,126
[48]
Stacey Augmon UNLV 6-8 1991 4 145 2,011 1,005
[49]
Lionel Simmons La Salle 6-7 1990 4 131 3,217 1,429
[50]
Hank Gathers USC/Loyola Marymount 6-7 1990 4 117 2,723 1,128
[51]
Derrick Coleman Syracuse 6-9 1990 4 143 2,143 1,537
[52]
Gerald Glass Delta State/Ole Miss 6-5 1990 4 122 2,785 1,087
[53]
Fred West Texas Southern 6-9 1990 4 118 2,066 1,136
[46]
Tyrone Hill Xavier 6-9 1990 4 126 2,003 1,380
[54]
Kenny Sanders George Mason 6-5 1989 4 107 2,177 1,026
[46]
Danny Ferry Duke 6-10 1989 4 143 2,155 1,003
[55]
Pervis Ellison Louisville 6-9 1989 4 136 2,143 1,149
[56]
Danny Manning Kansas 6-10 1988 4 147 2,951 1,187
[57]
Daren Queenan Lehigh 6-4 1988 4 118 2,703 1,013
[58]
David Robinson* Navy 7-1 1987 4 127 2,669 1,314
[59]
Ron Harper Miami (OH) 6-6 1986 4 120 2,377 1,119
[60]
Greg Grant Utah State 6-7 1986 4 115 2,124 1,003
[61]
Larry Krystkowiak Montana 6-9 1986 4 120 2,017 1,105
[62]
Wayman Tisdale Oklahoma 6-9 1985 3 104 2,661 1,048
[63]
Keith Lee Memphis State[64] 6-11 1985 4 128 2,408 1,336
[65]
Patrick Ewing* Georgetown 7-0 1985 4 143 2,184 1,316
[66]
Xavier McDaniel Wichita State 6-7 1985 4 117 2,152 1,359
[67]
Mark Acres Oral Roberts 6-11 1985 4 110 2,038 1,051
[68]
Willie Jackson Centenary 6-6 1984 4 114 2,535 1,013
[69]
Joe Binion North Carolina A&T 6-8 1984 4 116 2,143 1,194
[46]
Sam Perkins North Carolina 6-10 1984 4 136 2,145 1,167
[70]
Harry Kelly Texas Southern 6-7 1983 4 110 3,066 1,085
[71]
Kenneth Lyons North Texas State 6-7 1983 4 111 2,291 1,020
[72]
Ralph Sampson* Virginia 7-4 1983 4 132 2,225 1,511
[73]
Sidney Green UNLV 6-9 1983 4 119 2,073 1,276
[74]
B. B. Davis Lamar 6-8 1981 4 119 2,084 1,122
[75]
Rudy Macklin LSU 6-7 1981 5 123 2,080 1,276
[76]
Herb Williams Ohio State 6-10 1981 4 114 2,011 1,111
[77]
Michael Brooks La Salle 6-7 1980 4 114 2,628 1,372
[78]
Mike Gminski Duke 6-11 1980 4 122 2,323 1,242
[79]
Jonathan Moore Furman 6-8 1980 4 117 2,299 1,242
[46]
Joe Barry Carroll Purdue 7-1 1980 4 123 2,175 1,148
[80]
Larry Bird* Indiana State 6-9 1979 3 94 2,850 1,247
[81]
Calvin Natt Northeast Louisiana[82] 6-5 1979 4 108 2,581 1,285
[46]
Reggie King Alabama 6-6 1979 4 118 2,168 1,279
[83]
Bill Cartwright San Francisco 6-11 1979 4 111 2,116 1,137
[84]
Sidney Moncrief Arkansas 6-3 1979 4 122 2,066 1,015
[85]
James Bailey Rutgers 6-9 1979 4 122 2,034 1,074
[86]
Greg Kelser Michigan State 6-7 1979 4 115 2,014 1,092
[87]
Gary Winton Army 6-5 1978 4 105 2,296 1,168
[88]
Bob Elliott Arizona 6-10 1977 4 114 2,131 1,083
[89]
Phil Sellers Rutgers 6-5 1976 4 114 2,399 1,115
[90]
Jim McDaniels Western Kentucky 7-0 1971 3 81 2,238 1,118
[91]
Dan Issel* Kentucky 6-9 1970 3 83 2,138 1,078
[92]
Bob Lanier* St. Bonaventure 6-11 1970 3 75 2,067 1,180
[93]
Lew Alcindor*[94] UCLA 7-2 1969 3 88 2,325 1,367
[95]
Elvin Hayes* Houston 6-9 1968 3 93 2,884 1,602
[96]
Bill Bradley* Princeton 6-5 1965 3 83 2,503 1,008
[97]
Rick Barry* Miami (FL) 6-7 1965 3 77 2,298 1,274
[98]
Fred Hetzel Davidson 6-8 1965 3 79 2,032 1,094
[46]
Nick Werkman Seton Hall 6-3 1964 3 71 2,273 1,036
[99]
Bill McGill Utah 6-9 1962 3 86 2,321 1,106
[100]
Len Chappell Wake Forest 6-8 1962 3 87 2,165 1,213
[101]
Jeff Cohen William & Mary 6-8 1961 4 103 2,003 1,679
[102]
Oscar Robertson* Cincinnati 6-5 1960 3 88 2,973 1,338
[103]
Jerry West* West Virginia 6-2 1960 3 93 2,309 1,240
[104]
Ralph Crosthwaite Western Kentucky 6-9 1959 4 103 2,076 1,309
[105]
Bailey Howell Mississippi State 6-7 1959 3 75 2,030 1,277
[106]
Elgin Baylor* Seattle 6-6 1958 3 80 2,500 1,559
[107]
Joe Holup George Washington 6-6 1956 4 104 2,226 2,030
[108]
Dickie Hemric Wake Forest 6-6 1955 4 104 2,587 1,802
[109]
Tom Gola* La Salle 6-6 1955 4 118 2,462 2,201
[109]
Jesse Arnelle Penn State 6-5 1955 4 102 2,138 1,238
[110]

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