With a few weeks before the season kicks off, these are the Most Under The Radar Players in the Class of 2019. I predict these players are in for a breakout season. Sadie Bueker (Teutopolis HS ): One of the…
With a few weeks before the season kicks off, these are the Most Under The Radar Players in the Class of 2019. I predict these players are in for a breakout season.
Sadie Bueker (Teutopolis HS ): One of the most skilled guards in the state, is a player with a silky smooth jump shot and a plus shooter from deep. She has shown the ability to attack closeouts and is a plus passer with great vision, and most importantly she is a Winner.
Natalie Snyder (Taylorville HS): A fantastic scorer that is a rangy defender and a dynamic defender on the perimeter, she has a solid handle but it is a plus shooter stand stood and off the dribble. Versatile enough to play on the ball or the wing.
Amya Bahlee (Urbana HS): A candidate to be on the State All-Versatile Team. Played multiple positions on the circuit and for the Urbana Tigers last year. Has good skills and has shown the potential to become a plus shooter. An excellent rebounder that is really active on the boards.
Savannah Schoeben ( Springfield HS): At times Savannah can look like the best player in the state, with her basketball instincts and her great feel for the game. Has the ability to completely change a team’s offense and make her teammates better, also has the ability to break down a teams defense and created havoc with her penetration and the threat of her 3 point shoot.
DaeLinn Switzer (ST. TERESA): One of the best athletes in the State with a 7’1 wingspan and a great shot blocker, with her Lebron like-type chase downs, are incredible. She is a polished skill player that can get to the rim at will, with her incredibly fast first step. Has shown potential to become a plus shooter. Could be in for a breakout Senior Campaign.
Bailey Coffman (Bloomington Catholic): An extremely under the radar talented 3/4 player. Has improved every year with her points per game and rebounds. Bailey has become a respectable shooter from mid-range and also has the potential to become a plus shooter from 3. A solid post player with quick moves and is a reliable rebounder, I believe this season she will average a double-double on a nightly basis.
Tabetha Jones (Kankakee HS): A crafty, undersized post player that rebounds outstanding for her size and has a high IQ for the game. She plays great foul line down with her ability to get to the rim, from the mid-post and she has an excellent mid-range jump shot. On defense, she understands angles and is always in the right spot.
Jayda Dees (MacArthur HS): A crafty point guard that can get to the paint at will and finish, also is silky smooth plus passer that plays with a third eye. Has shown flashes of becoming a plus shooter.