JOHN Q. TRAPP
■ In his only season, 6-foot-7-inch forward had 610 points (21.0 average) and 331 rebounds (11.4).
■ Had four games of at least 30 points, scoring a career-high 43 in a 98-94 victory over UC Irvine on Feb. 3, 1968.
■ The Rebels went 22-7 and reached the postseason under coach Rolland Todd.
Quotable: “Elvin Hayes said John Q. Trapp was the toughest player he played against in college. He was not a great shooter, but he could defend and was as physical as anyone.” — Todd
After UNLV: Trapp, who is deceased, averaged 7.4 points over five NBA seasons with the San Diego Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers and Philadelphia 76ers. Won a championship with the Lakers in 1972.The Review-Journal counts down the top 100 players in UNLV basketball history, 20 years after the Rebels’ NCAA championship season in 1989-90.