College Men’s Rebounding Leaders


 

ProScoutsOnline.com completion of its Rankings and Overall Ratings of college men’s rebounding leaders for the 2019-20 NCAA Men’s Basketball Season. The players stats taken from a list of the NCAA top 100 rebounding leaders.  Whereby, the sorting of players stats from each division.  In addition, combining all three division for the 2019-20 NCAA Men’s Basketball Season.

 

Below are top 5 College Men’s Rebounding leaders with their Overall Ratings for the 2019-20 NCAA Men’s Basketball SeasonSee by all divisions here:  | D1, D2, D3 |  | D1 |  | D2 |  | D3 |

 

D2 - Men's Rebounding Leaders

 

Andrew Sischo (Jr) – Daemen  College (D2) 

No. 1 Overall Rating Player among D1, D2, D3 Rebounding Leaders Forwards/Centers  6′-9″   C

REB/G:  11.7   PTS/G:  24.9   FG%:  64.5   

3FG%:  44.8    FT%:  73.9   BLSK/G:  1.1

 

 

D1 - Men's Rebounding Leaders

 

 

Daniel Oturu (So) – Minnesota  (D1)   

No. 2 Overall Rating Player among D1, D2, D3 Rebounding Leaders Forwards/Centers  6′-10″   C

REB/G:  11.3   PTS/G:  20.1   FG%:  56.3   

3FG%:  36.5    FT%:  70.7  BLSK/G:  2.5

 

 

 

M - Forwards/Centers Rebounding Leaders

 

Sha’Markus Kennedy (Sr) – McNeese (D1)   

No. 3 Overall Rating Player among D1, D2, D3 Rebounding Leaders Forwards/Centers  6′-8″   F

REB/G:  10.9   PTS/G:  18.6   FG%:  67.9   

3FG%:  25    FT%:  77.8  BLSK/G:  2.6

 

 

 

M- D1, D2, D3 Rebounding Leaders

 

Nathan Knight (Sr) – William & Mary (D1)   

No. 4 Overall Rating Player among D1, D2, D3 Rebounding Leaders Forwards/Centers  6′-10″   F/C

REB/G:  10.5   PTS/G:  20.7   FG%:  52.4   

3FG%:  30.5    FT%:  77.3  BLSK/G:  1.5

 

 

M - Forwards/Centers Rebounding

 

Cam Martin (Jr) – Mo. Southern St. (D2)   

No. 5 Overall Rating Player among D1, D2, D3 Rebounding Leaders Forwards/Centers  6′-9″   F/C

REB/G:  9.2   PTS/G:  24.1   FG%:  58.1   

3FG%:  35.8    FT%:  80.9  BLSK/G:  1.5

 

 

 

 

See by all divisions here  | D1, D2, D3 |  | D1 |  | D2 |  | D3 |

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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