#23 KENDRICK WARREN (1990-94)
Few VCU players have combined sheer power and athletic grace the way that Kendrick Warren did.
Known for his propensity for rim-rattling dunks, Warren piled up 1,858 points and 1,049 rebounds in one of the most dominant four-year careers the program has ever witnessed. Warren left VCU as the school’s all-time scoring leader.
Warren was the first player in program history to lead the Rams in scoring and rebounding in four consecutive seasons. He was named all-conference four times, once in the Sun Belt (1991) and three in the Metro Conference (1992-94). Warren was also named Sun Belt freshman of the year in 1991. In 1994, Warren was a finalist for the Wooden Award, given annually to the nation’s top player.
The Richmond native scored double digits in 95 of his 106 career games and topped 20 points 39 times. Warren totaled 45 double-doubles and established a VCU freshman scoring mark of 448 points.
Warren was inducted into the VCU Athletics Hall of Fame in 2000.