Full Name:
Rudolph Kelly Wise
Position:
Forward
College:
Memphis
Height:
6-10
Weight:
221
High School:
Choctahatchee HS (Fort Walton Beach, Fla.)
Birthdate:
January 11, 1980
Birthplace:
Fort Walton Beach, Fla.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
Closed out his four-year career at Memphis with 1,487 points, eighth most in school history.
Finished with 1,075 rebounds, third best in Memphis history.
One of only four players in school history to grab 1,000 career rebounds, joining former NBA forward Keith Lee, former ABA player Ronnie Robinson and Forest Arnold.
That career rebounding number also set a Conference USA record, shattering the previous record of 869 held by current New Jersey Net Kenyon Martin.
Recorded a Conference USA-record 42 career double-doubles.


AT MEMPHIS
As a senior, averaged 11.2 points and 10.3 rebounds (13th in nation) and was named First Team All-C-USA.
Led the league in double-doubles (14) and, for the second straight year, was the only player in Conference USA to average a double-double.
His rebounding average led C-USA, and his 56.5 percent field goal percentage was second.
Became conferenceís first player to score 1,000 points and pull down 1,000 boards by scoring 16 points and matching a season-high with 18 rebounds in a win over Louisville.

As a junior, led Conference USA and set a conference record with 363 rebounds (10.1 rpg, 11th in nation).
Selected First Team All-C-USA and was the only player in the league to average a double-double (15.3 ppg, 10.1 rpg).
Named C-USA Player of the Year by collegeinsider.com.
Set a conference record with 17 double-doubles, breaking the old mark of 16 shared by former Tiger Lorenzen Wright (Memphis Grizzlies) and DePaulís Quentin Richardson (L.A. Clippers).
Pulled down 21 rebounds at Tennessee, the second-highest game total in C-USA history and the most ever by a junior.
Matched that effort with 21 boards at Miami.
Scored a season-high 24 points in the Tigersí victory at South Florida.

Named All-Conference USA Third Team as a sophomore after averaging 14.5 points, 8.6 rebounds and 2.5 blocks.
Ranked in the top three in the league in rebounding, blocks, and field goal percentage (.561) and was 12th in the league in scoring.
Fell one block shy of a school record when he rejected eight at Southern Mississippi.

As a true freshman, ranked fourth in the league in blocked shots (1.71 bpg).
Registered a double-double in a win over Marquette, scoring 12 points and grabbing 12 rebounds.
Also recorded a season-high and C-USA freshman record seven blocks in the win.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1998-99 28 9 71 120 .592 31 53 .585 141 10 11 48 173 6.2
1999-00 28 24 161 287 .561 83 143 .580 241 20 24 71 405 14.5
2000-01 36 36 212 441 .481 126 250 .504 363 68 39 57 550 15.3
2001-02 32 25 147 259 .568 65 115 .565 330 40 28 50 359 11.1
TOTALS 124 94 591 1107 .534 305 561 .544 1075 138 102 226 1487 12.0
Three-point field goals: 0-for-0 (.000).