Top 250 Expo: Team 8 Review
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Maley Wilhelm Maley Wilhelm 5'8" | SG Legend | 2025 State CO – Legend – 2025 Wilhelm did well spacing the floor and playing within the offensive flow. The guard let the game come to her, either attempting spot-up threes…
– Legend – 2025
Wilhelm did well spacing the floor and playing within the offensive flow. The guard let the game come to her, either attempting spot-up threes or attacking the closeout to make another read later. She did well making those extra passes on drives, finding teammate cutters or taking it all the way for an ambidextrous layup. Legend features a diverse group of skill sets in the program, Wilhelm will be among the most productive floor spacers on that group.
– Riverdale Ridge – 2026
Arnold showed value spacing the floor, staying shot ready at all times. The guard was consistent at moving off-ball, often through backdoor cuts.
– Legend – 2024
Wilkinson showed prowess through her pivot game, scoring through contests with advanced footwork. She finds ways to be effective in her spots, capable of finishing through contact one on one.
– Vista Ridge – 2025
Byers was exciting this weekend, displaying self creation moves and difficult shot making in the mid-range. Effective at creating space from a couple dribbles, Byers was active attacking the paint, scoring in a variety of ways. Either through her short floater or gathering into a layup, Byers was a consistent scoring threat from the perimeter.
Kennedy Spellman – Mountain Vista – 2026
Spellman showed value knocking down deep triples, while showing flashes of a more diverse scoring portfolio. Capable of getting downhill and drawing fouls, the guard was active maximizing her shooting gravity to create space in the lane. Another aspect of Spellman’s impact came from her motor on the offensive glass, constantly roaming around should a box out fail to come.
Newbins is already a very productive guard, effectively creating space for drives and adding value through her passing. Effective as a live dribble passer, Newbins constantly keeps her eyes up surveying the floor, carefully timing her passing options. This is all on top of her advanced shooting profile, effective out to the three point line.
– Palmer Ridge – 2025
Peterson showed value as a mid-range shotmaker, effective at rising up into shot attempts if the defense failed to rise up. Another aspect of her impact was keeping the offensive flow going at all times, often through a swing pass to convert a good shot opportunity into a great one for the teammate.
– Cherokee Trail – 2025
Gibbs brings notable quickness and length, effective at leveraging space while attacking the rim off the initial step. She is not fazed by contests around the rim, consistent at finishing layups in traffic with either hand. The guard boasts a wide reach, making her a difficult matchup to score on across three positions. Given her quick processing speeds and capabilities handling the ball, Gibbs will be a worthwhile prospect to follow over the coming seasons.
– D’Evelyn – 2026
Negrete proved capable of handling the ball in traffic and pressure, keeping her eyes up for passing lanes once help defense arrived. Defensively, she got into help position early, deflecting quite a few passes.