Rebounding is %95 effort and position. You don't have to be big, the smaller you are the better you need to be at position.
For those of us a little older, how much does Bryce Washington remind you of former UL star Marcus Stokes. Not on the offensive end, where I believe Bryce is better, but on the rebounding and defensive side. Neither are the tallest guys in the world, but both are/were rebounding machines.
BTW, did anybody notice Scott Farmer in attendance at the game? I thought that was interested and glad to see him there cheering the guys on.
I think you might be right as far as what he was listed, but I don't think Stokes was 6'8". I remember seeing him stand next to Kevin Brooks and others on the team and he appeared shorter. More like 6'6", but I could be wrong. I know one thing, he was a beast on the inside and that shot he hit vs. OU to beat them was a thing of beauty.
as we talked rebounding, it was quite a learning experience for me
the amount of time that he had spent in game prep was phenomenal
For each player, from what angle, direction of basketballs of each player off of missed shots and percentages, spin of ball and its chances of off board or rim direction, knowledge of opponents rebounders and their tendencies---my boy was decked out in some half ___ crossed dressed out fits with metal attached to various facial areas---Think he had returned recently from a North Korea visit with his favorite point guard!!! lol My party wasn't as interested in the conversation topic as I was and didn't appreciate his dress attire, but again one can learn a lot from the places you would never think to be associated with certain topics!!!