Posted On: 06/27/19 10:25 PM
Portland State Team Camp was filled with individual talent and while most of the attention was focused around some brilliant guard play, there were some rebounds to be fetched and a handful of guys made a living grabbing boards both days. Here's a look at the top rebounders at camp.
Nate Rawlins-Kibonge (2021 Jefferson) - We tracked boards for Rawlins-Kibonge all three games that he played and he averaged eight rebounds a contest. At 6-foot-7, almost 240 pounds, he's got the body to get position down low but he also has the length and leaping ability to grab rebounds both in and outside his area on both ends. An additional dimension to Rawlins-Kibonge is that he's developing the ability to come down with the rebound and immediately start heading up court on the attack to lead the break. He logged a lot of minutes and teams shot a lot of threes against Jefferson so that limited his production a bit, but Rawlins-Kibonge was all-around the best board man at camp.
Nick Zuro (2021 South Salem) - Zuro has solid size at 6-foot-7 and the athletic ability to leap above opponents to get rebounds. Zuro opened the camp with 10+ boards