6. DeMar DeRozan (2,739)
5. Amir Johnson (2,836)
4. Antonio Davis (2,839)
DeRozan’s legendary name is at the top of most Raptors lists, as the points and games played lists have No. 10 fixed firmly at the top of those rankings. The mid-range king was also able to make his name felt on both ends as a respectable glass-cleaner on the wing.
DeRozan averaged 4.5 rebounds per game at the peak of his powers while very rarely missing large chunks of time due to injury. While he never got to slip a ring on his finger, there would not be a soul in Toronto or anywhere else in Raptors fandom that would object to his No. 10 being retired before names like Carter and Chris Bosh.
Toronto Raptors: DeMar DeRozan is a tremendous rebounder.
Johnson quietly put together a very nice career in Toronto, averaging 6.3 rebounds per game in six seasons despite playing alongside Bosh for large chunks of that time. One of the most altruistic players in Raptors history, Johnson left his mark on the franchise.
Davis, who arrived in Toronto at the turn of the millennium following his stint in Indiana, actually made an All-Star team at a time when Toronto found it challenging to get their players promoted on a national stage. Davis was a double-double machine who was one of Carter’s best teammates.