Day 2 of our final event for the Spring season was definitely one to be at. I spent the entire day at the Naperville Location and was able to see some new talent with well deserved recognition. Below are my…
Day 2 of our final event for the Spring season was definitely one to be at. I spent the entire day at the Naperville Location and was able to see some new talent with well deserved recognition. Below are my standouts!
Sullivan is still showing her high IQ, scoring ability and the energy to be just as effective on both sides of the court. She plays the game with great balance and poise. She just seems to make the best decisions on the offensive side of the ball.
The height doesn’t match the productivity on the court. Canales is a for sure pass first PG who can get it going behind the arc. She plays the game with tempo, patience and an abundance of poise. She has the same type of focus on the defensive end as well.
A tough, strong bodied and aggressive guard that can deal with pressure, score in traffic, as well as knockdown the long ball. In Game 1 today she showed on multiple possessions her ability to run the show with accuracy and play off the ball with the same amount of production.
A clear visioned point guard who has a non stop motor, strong handles and the ability to play off the ball too. Her passes are pinpoint.. and her decisions are quick but smart. She can score from the arc to the paint and seems confident on every possession. On the defensive side of the ball she has a ton of discipline and balance.
1-3 dribbles is all Szul needs to get to her spot. She can finish through, around and over the defense. On the opposite side of the ball she’s just as locked in. Plays the game at a smart but purposeful pace. She has some solid footwork in the paint as well.
Tons of potential when it comes to Raines. She can knockdown the long ball, create her own shot, and uses her height and length to make pinpoint passes. Defensively she can guard 1-3 , and can contain players in the post due to her instincts. High upside.
A shifty guard with a ton of aggression and focus. Hernandez has the outside game as well. She finds ways to get open.. whether it’s self done, or her reading how the defense is rotating. On the opposite end of the floor.. Jaylani knows how to stay under her assignment.
A high energy wing who just has no stop button on her motor. She’s aggressive from the start to the finish, and that’s from every angle on the court. Offensively, she knows how to use her length and athleticism to get to the rim, on the defensive side she uses her wingspan to disrupt her opponents entire offense.