Cobb emerging as legit D1 talent

l9pm16xz_400x4002020 junior college forward Reyhan Cobb is certainly a prospect that college coaches should be keying in on.

The talented 6-9 forward is currently averaging 17.7 points and 9.4 rebounds per game on 68-percent shooting from the field and 58-percent from three for National Park College (AR).

“I have a very good motor,” he said. “Anytime I’m on the court, I’m going to bring good offense and a good motor…rebounds and good energy. I just try to influence, motivate and bring the best out of people.”

In his first seven games with National Park College, Cobb has already posted three 20-plus point double-doubles. His hot start can be attributed to his energy, which is something he brings to the table every single game.

“I just try to attack the glass as hard as I can,” he said. “I make sure I block out and leave very little chance for an opponent to get the board or the putback.”

So far, to say Cobb has dominated his peer would be an understatement. He’s played extremely well and Division I coaches have started to take notice. This month alone, he picked up two Division I offers from Southern and Grambling State, and intends to add more.

“It was a blessing really to see my hard work starting to pay off,” he said of adding offers. “It gave me motivation to keep working harder.”

So far, Southern and Grambling have offered with Alcorn State and Sam Houston State, among others, showing interest.

“They just like the versatility,” he said. “I’ll be able to play at the three and the four.”