DI Women’s Basketball Rebounding Leaders


 

Shown below is ProScoutsOnLine.com DI Women’s Basketball Rebounding leaders.  Mainly comprising of the college top 50 Division I rebounding leaders for the 2021-22 NCAA Women’s Basketball season.  With the compiling and sorting of stats to determine player Rankings in 8 different stat categories.  Which determines the Overall Ratings for each player as shown below:

Also, highlighted below are the top three (3) Overall Rating Division I women’s rebounding leaders.

 

D1 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL REBOUNDING LEADERS

 

ALIYAH BOSTON  (Jr) – South Carolina  

No. 1 Overall Rating     6′-5″

REB/G:  12.5   PTS/G:  16.8   FG%:  54.2   

3FG%:  29.2    FT%:  77.1   BLSK/G:  2.4

 

 

 

 

 

NaLyssa Smith  (Sr) – Baylor

No. 2 Overall Rating    6′-4″

REB/G:  11.5   PTS/G:  22.1   FG%:  55   

3FG%:  23.7    FT%:  79.5  BLSK/G:  1.1

 

 

 

JOSIE WILLIAMS  (Jr) – Utah Valley 

No. 3 Overall Rating    6′-5″

REB/G:  12.4   PTS/G:  17.3   FG%:  55.3   

3FG%:  13.3    FT%:  81.1  BLSK/G:  1

 

 

 

DI Women’s Basketball Rebounding Leaders Overall Ratings and Rankings:

See by each Division here: | D1-D2-D3 | Combined; | D2 |  | D3 |

 

 

Overall Rating (based on individual Rankings)

Individual Rankings (8 Groups)

REBOUNDS PER GAME (Group 1)

POINTS, AND REBOUNDS PER GAME (Group 2)

REBOUNDS, OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS, AND POINTS PER GAME (Group 3)

BLOCKS, REBOUNDS, POINTS, AND FIELD GOAL % PER GAME (Group 4)

FREE THROWS %, REBOUNDS, ASSISTS, POINTS, AND TURNOVERS PER GAME (Group 5)

FIELD GOAL %, OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS, REBOUNDS, TURNOVERS, AND POINTS PER GAME (Group 6)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL %, REBOUNDS, POINTS, BLOCKS, AND ASSISTS PER GAME (Group 7)

HEIGHT, REBOUNDS, POINTS, BLOCKS AND TOURNOVERS PER GAME  (Group 8)

 

Finally, by evaluating the overall rating of the top rebounding leaders provide coaches or scouts with the opportunity to identify and evaluate 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 women’s basketball.

 


 

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