That leads us to 2012/2013 team, 5 freshman and 1 rebounding machine in Josh Scott. If Europe is any indication, help on the offensive glass is here. Scott had 35 rebounds over the five games, 27 came on the offensive glass. That is right 77% of Scott's rebounds were OFFENSIVE, against bigger, older and more experienced competition. You couple Scott on the front line with Dre, a very physically developed XJ at the 3 and this could be a rebounding force on the front line. Dre has never had a gifted rebounder on the front line with him during his time at CU, as hard as Dufault worked and as good as he could be, he was an undersized player playing out of position. Now teams aren't going to be able to focus solely on Dre when trying to grab defensive rebounds, this may mean his rebounding numbers go down, but the team's could skyrocket.