Colorado Live Showcase: Names to Know Pt. 2
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Reece Peterson – Loveland – 2024 Peterson shows upside as a shooter beyond the arc, capable stretching out the floor ranging from moderate to high volume. Nikki McSpadden Nikki McSpadden 5'8" | CG Lutheran | 2024 State CO – Lutheran…
Reece Peterson – Loveland – 2024
Peterson shows upside as a shooter beyond the arc, capable stretching out the floor ranging from moderate to high volume.
– Lutheran – 2024
Another knockdown shooter off the catch, McSpadden returns following a highly successful regular season for Lutheran. Her defensive aggression in transition will be valuable for slowing down opponents.
Kennedy Spellman – Mountain Vista – 2026
Spellman remains a very high upside scoring threat, recently joining Mountain Vista. The scoring guard can stretch out the three point shot out to the volleyball line, attracting plenty of gravity along the perimeter.
– Northfield – 2025
Herron brings a quick pace, doing her part to always be threat while handling the rock. She is notably effective out of the pick and roll, attacking immediately following the screen. Her continued growth as a perimeter defender will be worth tracking, already proving capable against backcourt opponents.
Destiny Moore – Overland – 2024
Moore has shown value on the glass, showing no fear about opposing matchups. The incoming senior will be a pest for opponents, keeping them honest on the defensive end.
– Resurrection Christian – 2024
Klein has a concise playstyle, leveraging shot attempts at the rim or along the perimeter within a couple dribbles. She is highly aware of openings on the floor, making the right reads once help approaches.
– Riverdale Ridge – 2026
Crittendon is one of the nation’s best players, regardless of position or class. The four-star forward is about as dominant a prospect as they come, leading the state in points per game as a freshman on 68% from the field.
– Roosevelt – 2026
Hollier shows immense potential both as a two-way presence and quickly improving shotmaker on spot-up opportunities. She has began attracting collegiate attention, including offers from Colorado State and BYU.
– The Classical Academy – 2024
Bonacquista has shown notable improvements to her skill set and efficiency over the years, this event will be a refresher of her perimeter game. The 5’7 guard brings a well rounded skill set, impacting the game in nearly every area.
– University – 2025
At roughly 6’1, Harding provides immense potential anchoring the paint and defending against drivers. There are not many prospects in the 2025 class with her defensive toughness in the paint.
– Valor Christian – 2026
Jones has been a lights out shooter throughout the spring, stepping into this event as a very high upside scoring threat. Along with her offensive upside, Jones gives her all on the defensive end, diving for loose balls and jumping passing lanes.
– Westminster – 2024
Gomez is an intuitive perimeter player with quick instincts on the defensive end. Another recent cover at MSU Denver’s team camps, the incoming senior brings a beneficial, team first skillset.
– Windsor – 2025
Hess shows defensive versatility on both ends of the floor, compelemnted by a consistent motor on the glass. Standing right around 5’11, the forward is highly impactful around the bucket, constantly roaming around for opportunities. Her growing efficiency as a shooter cannot go overlooked.