Trevion Williams has joined an exclusive club.

On Friday night, the Purdue big man hauled in his 900th career rebound as Boilermaker as the team battled St. Peter’s in the Sweet 16. He becomes just the fourth player in program history to achieve that accomplishment.

The other three players to hit that mark include Joe Barry Carroll, Terry Dischinger and AJ Hammons. Williams achieved the accomplishment with his seventh rebound in Friday’s game.

Williams is averaging 11.9 points and 7.4 rebounds per game this season. He also averaged 3.1 assists per contest for the Boilermakers.

Williams has been a critical part of Purdue’s success this season. He, along with 7-foot-4 center Zach Edey, have posed matchup problems for opponents all throughout the season.

Because of his skill set, Williams is one of the most versatile big men in college basketball.