Years: 1962 to 1966
■ The 6-foot-5-inch center ranks No. 5 in career points (1,942) and rebounds (895).
■ Career scoring average of 18.3 (in 106 games) ranks second in school history to Eddie Owens.
■ Ranks third in career free throws made (497); led the team in scoring all four years.
■ Rebels had a 76-30 record in his four seasons.
Quotable: “He was the savior of the team. He never saw that because he was a team player, very unselfish. But he was the start of UNLV basketball’s future.” — Ray Demman, teammate for two seasons
After UNLV: Died of a heart attack in July 2004 at 60. Was a junior high school teacher, casino dealer and real estate agent. Survived by his ex-wife, Dorothy, three daughters and five grandchildren.The Review-Journal counts down the top 100 players in UNLV basketball history, 20 years after the Rebels’ NCAA championship season in 1989-90.