A Glance At The Clash 2027 Players, part 1
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The Clash was the first live event weekend of the travel basketball season. This year, well over 500 teams competed in the event. We will look at some of the 2027’s that stood out this past weekend for their respective…
The Clash was the first live event weekend of the travel basketball season. This year, well over 500 teams competed in the event. We will look at some of the 2027’s that stood out this past weekend for their respective programs.
Amori Kendricks 5’6, 2027, PG Showtime Academy Basketball
Catching this young lady in screen and rolls she displayed the ability to make the right decisions while also creating for herself and others. Kendricks plays with a confidence that brings a different level of basketball out of her. She can play off the ball being in the right place, and she knocks down shots. Kendricks gets downhill and makes plays. Kendricks is a high-energy level basketball player involved on and off the court. She is a player that will become a prospect if not already on many radars.
Sabrina Anderson, Guard, Elevate Elite
Anderson did a phenomenal job this past weekend. She has a quick foot speed, change of pace, and directional changes that make her a good player. Anderson finishes through traffic and displayed her skills when finishing. She has confidence written all over her and does not back down. This young lady turns players and has good defensive awareness that helps her team. She is unselfish and takes what she sees as the floor general.
Sydney Savoury 6’0, 2027, Guard, Legends U
Savoury is a next-level player! She is a kid that defends full court and plays with great poise. Savoury is physical when finishing through traffic and can shoot behind the perimeter consistently. She plays the game the right way naturally changing her speed and pace. What stood out is she plays with a lot of energy and just plays the game with no trash talk while also celebrating with her teammates. She displayed while getting to the basket finishing at the rim, floaters and mid range shooting. There is no doubt that this kid won’t if she isn’t already on every major programs radar or offer list really soon.
Tatiana Mason 5’10, Guard, 2027, Team Evolution United
Tatiana Mason is a combo guard that proved in front of college coaches that she deserves it all. She creates space very well and gets to her desired areas at will. Mason is a strong combo guard that in traffic is tough to stop with also having the ability to shoot behind the perimeter. She is a tough kid on that floor and displayed her work ethic all weekend. The game comes naturally to her and so will opportunities with continued performances like at the Clash dominating offensively and staying in front defensively.
is 5’5. PG, 2027, Sports City Angels
Nightmare on “Clash” street after her performances this past weekend in Cincinnati. Chaniyra is her name and her shiftiness, and ability to blow by defenders and create space is impressive. She can defend full court and does a great job working in a pick-and-roll. Chaniyra has impressive ball-handling skills that make her tough to stay in front of. She will make her way as one of the best PGs in her class in the state of Ohio with her play on both ends of the floor.