Showing Out In Showcase Season -Part 2
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We’ve witnessed some excellent showings by players at showcases this year. Yesterday, we looked at 5 players that have been showing out in showcase season. Today, we will add 5 more to the list. Showing Out In Showcase Season Keira…
We’ve witnessed some excellent showings by players at showcases this year. Yesterday, we looked at 5 players that have been showing out in showcase season. Today, we will add 5 more to the list.
Roehm is a freshman that could have a very big impact statewide by the time it’s all said and done. When you watch her play, you can see a love for the game and a top notch work ethic. Roehm was the 2026 MOP at the David Barns Showcase and had an equally impressive showing at the Top 250. She’s a high quality shooter and an obvious student of the game.
College coaches need to have Washington on their radars and she showed them exactly why at the Prep Girls Hoops Top 250. She was flat out one of the best players in the gym that Saturday. Washington was able to control the flow of the game as a primary ball handler and was able to create for herself and her teammates off the bounce.
Linden has always been very active during showcase season and was again this year. She was the 2023 MOP at the David Barns Showcase and followed that up by being one of the best and most impactful point guards at the Prep Hoops Top 250. Linden brings energy and leadership every time she steps on the floor.
Yea, I’m writing aboutagain. She deserves it. She played at a very high level in both the David Barns Showcase as well as the Top 250. Farr is very vocal on the defensive end and is a natural leader, even at a young age. Her teammates always seem willing to follow her lead. Farr is an impact player on both ends of the floor.
Sain sent a big time message at the PGH Top 250. She was terrific with the ball, handling it like an upperclassmen already. Just a freshman, Sain is able to make advanced athletic moves and get to the bucket and create space. She makes quality decisions with the ball, displaying a basketball IQ beyond her years.