Posted On: 08/29/20 12:47 PM

There’s an abundance of great players coming back for the 2020-21 season at the 6A level and many of them were huge contributors already this past season. Many of last year’s rebounding leaders are back to hit the boards once again.

Here are the top returning rebounders for 2020-21.

Nathan Rawlins-KibongeNathanRawlins-Kibonge6'7" | PFJefferson | 2021State#218NationOR (2021 Jefferson) - 12.6 rpg - #1

This is assuming the returning 6A Player of the Year returns to play - after all he is committed for football at Oklahoma - but Rawlins-Kibonge should be the odds-on favorite to win another 6A rebounding title. The 6-foot-7 post is certainly big and strong, which makes him near impossible to block out on either end, but his wingspan and athleticism allow him to grab rebounds outside of his area as well. His ability to snare offensive boards often lead to easy buckets for him at the rim and on the defensive end, he’s capable of pulling down the rebound and immediately taking it up court on the fast break.

Bryce DyerBryceDyer6'3" | PFNorth Medford | 2022StateOR (2022 North Medford) - 9.4 rpg - #3

Dyer has served as an undersized post at 6-foot-4 but certainly played bigger than his size on the

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