A look at Kenneth Faried's place in history

A college basketball player who fans do not know enough about is Morehead State's Kenneth Faried, the nation's leading rebounder at 14.3 rpg. The Eagles are the No. 2 seed in the Ohio Valley tournament, thanks in no small part to the senior power forward.

Before Faried's semifinal game tonight against Austin Peay (ESPNU, 9 ET), check out where he ranks on some eye-opening lists.

Most Career Rebounds

Careers beginning 1973 or after

1,607 -- Kenneth Faried, Morehead State

1,570 -- Tim Duncan, Wake Forest*

1,537 -- Derrick Coleman, Syracuse*

*Picked first overall in NBA draft

Most Career Double-Doubles

Division I history

87 -- Tim Duncan, Wake Forest

84 -- Ralph Sampson, Virginia

83 -- Derrick Coleman, Syracuse

83 -- Lionel Simmons, La Salle

82 -- Kenneth Faried, Morehead State

80 -- Malik Rose, Drexel

79 -- Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati

Most Doubles-Doubles

2010-11 season

25 -- Kenneth Faried, Morehead State

24 -- Ryan Rossiter, Siena

23 -- Jordan Williams, Maryland

20 -- Kawhi Leonard, San Diego State

Players with 17 ppg, 14 rpg, 60.0 FG pct

Last 15 seasons

Kenneth Faried (17.6 ppg, 14.3 rpg, 63.7 FG pct), 2010-11

Blake Griffin* (22.7 ppg, 14.4 rpg, 65.4 FG pct), 2008-09

Tim Duncan* (20.8 ppg, 14.7 rpg, 60.8, 1996-97

*Picked first overall in NBA draft

If Faried is able to manage 50 more points this season, he would become just the 11th player in Division I history to total 2,000 points and 1,500 rebounds in a career. The exclusive club: Elvin Hayes (Houston), Dickie Hemric (Wake Forest), Elgin Baylor (Seattle), Tom Gola (La Salle), Joe Holup (George Washington), Ralph Sampson (Virginia), Derrick Coleman (Syracuse), Jeff Cohen (William & Mary), Tim Duncan (Wake Forest) and Malik Rose (Drexel).