Posted On: 10/10/19 5:00 AM

Rebounding is underrated. Not by coaches, sure. But in this era of $37/hour training sessions, rebounding is just something you pay somebody to do while you work on "your game."

Guess what, though, they're giving scholarships for kids that get it done on the boards, too. After all, a good defensive possession is worthless unless it's completed. Conversely, the top rebounders routinely turn an ugly possession into two points with their combination of will and physical power. 

Alphabetically, here are our top 10 men of the glass in Northwest Ohio:

AJ Adams (2021) | 6-4 SF | Findlay

Adams averaged 8.0 boards as a sophomore, mostly lining up as the three, but occasionally a four. Point being, he has a nose for the ball, even when several bodies are in his way. Extremely active legs. One of the best athletes in the area. Long wingspan and terrific hands. 

Steve Coleman (2021) | 6-4 SF | Rogers

Coleman is a very powerful and athletic wing. His shoulders and explosiveness off the floor facilitates his rebounding ability. Good second jump. Averaged 9.3 rebounds last year for Maumee Valley. This year, Coleman's numbers may not

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