Freshman Ready To Make An Impact
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The start of the high school season is less than a month away. It’s time to anticipate what this season will bring. The Class of 2027 is ready to make their High School debuts. Let’s look at some players who…
The start of the high school season is less than a month away. It’s time to anticipate what this season will bring. The Class of 2027 is ready to make their High School debuts. Let’s look at some players who I think will make an impact right away!
Savory is a highly regarded athlete who already has a national ranking and a lengthy list of offers from Power 5 schools. I have no doubt she will hit the ground running for her Belleville team. She is a lengthy guard who can handle, shoot, and score from anywhere on the floor. I’m excited to see what her freshman season brings!
McGregor is a 2027 that played up on the Michigan Storm GUAA 2025 team this past summer and was a big-time contributor. She is a physical player that is everywhere on the floor. She gets to the rim and finishes through contact and can also knock down the outside shot. She has already received offers from a few Division 1 schools and is looking to contribute to her high school team’s success this season.
Bell is going to be a top prospect in the class of 2027. Adding Bell to a Muskegon team will enhance their already impressive talent. She is tough with her back to the basket. She rebounds at an elite level and records numerous blocks.
Stewart will be another top prospect in the class of 2027. She plays well beyond her years. She played on a talented 2024 Mystics team this past summer and was a standout with so much talent around her. She is a deadly 3-point shooter and can handle the ball at an elite level. I look forward to seeing what she will do for Beaverton this Winter.
Freeland showed this past Spring and Summer that she is ready for any challenge. She was a go-to player for her Kent City team this past summer. Kent City lost some offensive threats, but Freeland will fill the void this Winter. She is a gym rat who spends a lot of time on her game, and I think it will pay off big time this season.
Butler has impressed us every time she attends events scouted by our PGH team this fall. She is a talented wing that can score at all three levels. I love watching her get a defensive rebound and taking it coast to coast. She will have no problem adjusting to the Varsity level and being a big-time contributor for her Jenison team.
Flint looked like a veteran on her Kenowa Hills team this fall. The Point Guard will handle pressure and make the right decisions for her team. She attacks the rim and can knock down the outside shot. I look forward to watching her accomplishments this freshman season.