The Inside Exposure Thanksgiving tournament has brought together some of the top talent in the country. This article is focusing on some talented players in the Sunshine State. These are some of the power forwards who stood out on day 1 of the event.
Zhamarie Barber / 2024 / 6’0 PF / Palm Bay
Barber was impressive on Day 1. Her battling in the paint against an aggressive Luella team did not go unnoticed. Barber grabbed rebounds all game long and was not afraid to mix it up. She was solid on both ends of the court and she made her presence felt.
/ 2024 / 6’4 PF / Viera
Bell (cover picture) posted her third consecutive double-double of rhe season. Bell finished the game with a game high 21 points and over 10 rebounds. She was a standout on both ends of the court. Defensively she mixed it up in the paint and blocked some shots and affected some others.
/ 2025 / 5’11 PF / San Jose Prep
Wright already has the body of a D1 player and her athleticism and solid build jumps off the court. On the court was impressive as well as Wright. She held the paint down on Day 1 of the tournament. Wright scored a few shots in the painted area but her defensive presence was her biggest contribution. Wright protected the paint, grabbed rebounds on both ends, and even had a game-clinching blocked shot in the final seconds of the game.
/2024 / 6’0 PF / Palm Bay
Williams mixed it up in the paint as usual. She stood out on the defensive end as well as on the offensive end. William showed versatility playing on the outside away from the basket. Williams had the mid range working as well as the power game inside. As usual , the great footwork was on display. Williams rebounded well and passed it to open guards for quality shots. There is more to Williams’s game than power. She had it on display on Day 1 of the tournament.