Posted On: 02/23/18 4:19 PM

The end of the 2018 classes recruiting cycle is about over but there are still plenty of high-end players in the class to be had. Today, we look at some of the best of the best. Rebounding is a valued commodity and there are some to be had, still. Today, we look at the best overall rebounders, guys that can go get it anywhere.

First Last Name HT POS High School Grassroots
Romeo Langford 6’4 SG New Albany 22 Vision 2018
Marlon Taylor 6’5 SF South Bend Riley Spiece Indy Heat Red 2018
Yuri Swinford 6’5 SF Horizon Christian (FW) IE Green 2018
Rylan Grundy 6’4 SF South Bend Riley MBA Select 2018
Arius Jones 6’2 SG Fort Wayne Carroll N/A
Miles Tracy 6’6 PF Cardinal Ritter Indy Ice 2018
Kellen Schreiber 6’4 SF Indianapolis Roncalli IE SIDE 2018
Niah Williamson 6’1 SG New Castle IE Central 2018
Jayden Edwards 6’3 SF Cathedral Indiana Legends 2018
Eddie Gill Jr. 6’0 PG Carmel All Out 2018
Langston Stalling 6’3 SG Bowman Academy SYF Players 2018
Tyriek Johnson 5’10 PG North Central N/A
Nick Walker 6’2 SG Henryville Indiana Warriors 2018
Garrett Silcott 6’0 PG Connersville N/A
Braydin Myers 6’4 SF Shenandoah IE Trojans 2018
Ali Alquaraishy 6’5 PF Indianapolis Manual Indiana Faith Red 2018
Noah Mahoney 6’4 SF Chesterton IE Region 2018
Tyreese Cobb 6’3 SF Marion Indy DI 2018

Breakdown: Guys who can rebound outside of their area is key. They are more athletic, longer, and quicker to the ball. You also have to have a good sense for the game and ability to read the ball off the rim.  Of the guys left, Romeo is by far the best at it but Rylen Grundy, Yuri Swinford, and Marlon Taylor are also on the higher end.  Guys down the list that could improve a ton in college as they develop their skills are guys like Garrett Silcott, Noah Mahoney, and Jayden Edwards.  Guards can be really good rebounders and is actually an underrated asset in todays game with forwards playing further away from the rim. Eddie Gills, Tyreese Cobb, Nick Walker, and Arius Jones area month my favorites still on the board.