Years: 1996 to 1998
■ The 6-foot-11-inch center ranks sixth with 138 blocked shots; set season record with 112 in 1996-97.
■ Leading rebounder with 10.0 per game in 1996-97, when the Rebels went 22-10.
■ Played just 10 games of his senior season, when he averaged 14.8 points and 8.6 rebounds.
Quotable: “Keon was very long and very athletic. … He probably could have played 12 years in the pros.” — Warren Rosegreen, UNLV teammate
After UNLV: A first-round NBA Draft pick in 1998, Clark played six seasons in the league with Denver, Toronto, Sacramento and Utah. Was jailed in Illinois on drug and weapons charges and said in a 2007 court hearing he “never played a game sober” as a pro.The Review-Journal counts down the top 100 players in UNLV basketball history, 20 years after the Rebels’ NCAA championship season in 1989-90.