Posted On: 03/30/20 10:59 AM

Hold them to one shot. Teams that are capable of doing this statistically have a much better chance to win games. I was always taught, the possession doesn’t end until you secure the rebound. That’s made much easier by the efforts of these guys. In this article, PH looks at some of the top glass cleaners in Nevada.

Jaylon LeeJaylonLee6'8" | CArbor View | 2020StateNV 6’8 Arbor View 2020 (#12PHN 2020) - Big strong wide-bodied post. Lee does his work early. He won’t wow you with his ability to get off the ground, however, he’s physical and has strong powerful hands. He will be playing at CSN next season.

Joshua JeffersonJoshuaJefferson6'6" | PFLiberty | 2022State#78NationNV 6’6 SF Liberty 2022 (#3PHN 2022) - If ever the term, "Vacuum Rebounder" applied, It was for Jefferson. I could put together a highlight film just of his rebounding. The ball seems to stick to his hand, no matter how far away from him or how many bodies are in between. He’s also one of the better fundamental rebounders you’ll see. He’s willing to block out, and secure the ball on both the offensive and defensive glass.

Kareem RoweKareemRowe6'6" | PFMcQueen | 2020StateNV 6’6 PF McQueen (#23) - The 6’6 forward

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