Rebekah Dahlman

Rebekah Dahlman

Point Guard

CLASS: 2013

96

SCOUTS GRADE

  • Braham, MNHometown
  • Braham Area High School
  • 5-9Height
  • Weight
  • 16Overall Rank
  • 4Position Rank
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ESPN Player Evaluations

Boo Williams-April 12: As one of the better scorers in the class of 2013, Dahlman is no stranger to rising to the occasion on the big stage. At 5-foot-9, the Braham, Minn.-based guard has the ability to carry an offensive load with her ability to shoot from the perimeter. Dahlman, the No. 24 prospect in the Super 60, solidified her stock as one of the best scorers in the class of 2013, showing a high level of confidence to make open shots as well as making plays off the bounce. (Moore)

USJN Great Plains-May. 11: Continued to demonstrate why she's one of the elite perimeter players in the 2013 class. At the point or the off guard she created her own looks as well as forced defensive rotations to free up her teammates. Her decision making is sharp and reflects a desire to find the best scoring opportunity available. She's constantly active and will exploit any sleeping defender with and without the ball. An able scorer from both the perimeter and penetration she keeps opponents honest and on their toes. Strong on ball defender with sharp instincts on the weakside of the floor. (Lewis)

Dribble drive off her right hand, right hand dominant. Has a second gear off the dribble. Good shooter. Makes plays, finds a way. Hit four FT%u2019s late to seal a win. (Clay)

Boo Williams-April 11: Fiesty competitor who can handle the ball with confidence and pass off the dribble. She understands how to play off the ball and seems to be involved in every play when she is one the floor. (Bodine)

Nike Nationals-July 10: The North Tartan basketball program may soon find itself associated with the Big Apple. No, director Bill Larson won't be moving his program to the basketball Mecca, but the play of his talented point guards may bring into question their origin. With super-skilled Rachel Banham leading their older posse and Dahlman orchestrating the younger version, Larson has assembled a duo of leading guards only comparable to past tandems hailing from New York. Dahlman is a strong guard who has very good defensive skills and was able to stay in from of any guard present. Her offensive game includes a very quick first step and a deadly step back jump shot. Her speed with the ball is cosmic and size ideal. Her toughness will also remind many of what's become a signature of "the borough cagers." Look for Dahlman among the top of the rankings in the Class of 2013. And it's Minnesota, not New York, which has produced this talented backcourt sensation. (Nelson)

Offered up an ultra impressive performance in Augusta. Constantly pushing the ball and attacking while navigating traffic without fear. Her ballhandling is sound and her passing is efficient. The jumper is there but could stand a little bit of refinement for consistency. Without the ball she cuts and moves with intent and knows what she's looking for. Anticipates well on defense and plays with both intensity and a competitive approach. (Lewis)

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In her own words: Meet Rebekah Dahlman
Club Team: North Tartan

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%u2022 Boo Williams--April 2011