College Basketball Women’s Rebounding Leaders


 

Below are ProScoutsOnLine.com top three (3) Overall Rating College Basketball Women’s Rebounding Leaders for 2021.  Also, are the rankings and overall ratings of the top 50 NCAA Women’s Rebounding leaders by each division.

 

| Divisions 1, 2, 3 |   | Division 1 |   | Division 2 |   | Division 3 |

 

By which, the rebounding leaders is a Roster taken from a list of the NCAA top 50 rebounding leaders from each division.  In addition, as you very well may know controlling and rebounding the basketball is crucial to any teams success.  So by comparing the overall stats of a player can be an useful and productive tool for coaches or scouts to better evaluate a player overall performance or ability.

 

Whereby, here is the top 50 college basketball women’s Rebounding Leaders from each Division for the NCAA 2020-21 Women’s Basketball season.  ProScoutsOnLine.com by using and sorting the NCAA stats, including the respective school stats of the top 50 NCAA rebounding leaders .  This determines the individual Rankings and Overall Ratings for each player for all Divisions.

 

 

college basketball women's rebounding leaders

 

NATALIE KUCOWSKI (Sr) – Lafayette  

No. 1 Overall Rating Player among D1 Rebounding Leaders Forwards/Centers

REB/G:  13.3   PTS/G:  17.8   FG%:  50.3   

3FG%:  44.4    FT%:  70.7  BLSK/G:  2.9

 

 

 

 

college basketball women's rebounding leaders

 

LILLY RITZ  (Jr) – Wheeling

No. 1 Overall Rating Player among D2 Rebounding Leaders Forwards/Centers

REB/G:  17.8   PTS/G:  23.6   FG%:  55.9   

3FG%:  30.8    FT%:  64.5  BLSK/G:  2.4

 

 

 

 

college basketball women's rebounding leaders

 

SHANNON DEVITT (Sr) – TCNJ  

No. 1 Overall Rating Player among D3 Rebounding Leaders Forwards/Centers

REB/G:  10.4   PTS/G:  19   FG%:  55.1   

3FG%:  20    FT%:  88.1  BLSK/G:  3.3

 

 

 

Finally, by evaluating the overall rating of the rebounding leaders provides coaches or scouts the opportunity to identify players that might be otherwise overlooked for players from more prominent schools.  Where this can also help assist agents to identify potential players in hopes of pursuing a professional career in basketball.

 

 


 

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