50 Greatest Players in UConn men’s basketball history: 50-1

Kimball_Toby_posed15. Toby Kimball (1962-65), 6-6 F. Kimball was one of the great post players in Connecticut history, having averaged a ridiculous18.4 points (sixth-best in UConn history) and 17.9 rebounds per game (second-best).

He’s the only Husky in history to boast career averages that high. Kimball also ranks second in total rebounds, having grabbed 1,324 over his career in Storrs. Kimball led the nation in rebounding as a senior.

Though he badly injured his knee in his first season with the Celtics, Kimball went on to play seven years in the NBA.

(Sources: Courant.com, UConnhooplegends.com) Photo courtesy: UConn Athletics




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