Posted On: 04/22/21 1:25 AM

Great rebounders fly under the radar a bit, especially in the high school ranks. Though it’s one of the best qualities to have, many people don’t pay that much attention to it, much like elite defenders. However, during #PHGrindSZNKickoff, there were a handful of players that couldn’t get overlooked for their rebounding abilities.

Gur Dhillon Gur Dhillon 6'6" | PF Leadership Prep School | 2024 TX (2024), Team United TX (15U):

Dhillon did a spectacular job throughout last weekend’s tournament handling the paint for Team United. Standing at a towering 6-foot-6 as a freshman, it’s virtually impossible to throw him off his course when trying to get a rebound. He’s bigger than kids his age, so in most cases, he’s stronger. He’s taller than most kids his age, so he has the apparent advantage of rebounding ball close to the rim before the opposing team gets the chance to.

Kade Ramer (2024), Team United TX (15U):

If you thought that having one 6-foot-6 freshman on a team was crazy, how do you feel about two? Ramer is technically 6-foot-5 but features the same mismatch as Dhillon, plus he’s significantly more athletic than most kids his height. While he’s more of a scorer for Team United, I watched him dominate

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