Kristan Jacobsen, Deseret News archives
10 Kenneth Roberts, 1991, 1994-96: 1,652
Kristan Jacobsen, Deseret News archives

Averaged 20.8 points a game as a senior while also leading the team in blocks.

9 Mark Bigelow, 1999, 2002-04: 1,715
Jason Olson, Deseret News archives

The sharpshooting guard was the career BYU record holder in 3-pointers until Jonathan Tavernari passed him.

8 Mekeli Wesley, 1998-2001: 1,740
Ravell Call, Deseret News

The four-year starter and one-time MWC player of the year is the older brother of Utah State star Tai Wesley.

7 Jeff Chatman, 1985-88: 1,824
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Born in Talladega, Ala., the 6-foot-6 forward raced into the BYU spotlight as a sophomore and shot 55 percent from the field.

6 Fred Roberts, 1979-82: 1,841
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The talented forward, who played alongside Danny Ainge, logged 13 season in the NBA — including two for the Utah Jazz.

5 Russell Larson, 1992-95: 1,885
Tom Smart, Deseret News

The Clearfield High graduate shot an amazing 56 percent from the field during his BYU career.

4 Devin Durrant, 1979-80, 1983-84: 2,285

Played professionally for the Phoenix Suns and Indiana Pacers, he averaged 27.9 points per game in his senior season.

3 Michael Smith, 1984, 1987-89: 2,319
Jeff Lewis, Associated Press

Also a former Celtics player, Smith is now a color analyst for the Los Angeles Clippers.

2 Danny Ainge, 1978-81: 2,467
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The former Celtic great — now president of basketball operations for Boston — held the career record for 30 years.

1 Jimmer Fredette, 2008-11: 2,533 points
Michael Brandy, Deseret News archives

The Jimmer owns six of BYU’s top eight single-game scoring records.