MSF Train And Play – Player Reviews
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I recently attended a train and play session at MSF in Jackson, Michigan, the home of the MSF Flight grassroots program. There were some talented players and prospects in attendance. We’re going to take a closer look at all of…
I recently attended a train and play session at MSF in Jackson, Michigan, the home of the MSF Flight grassroots program. There were some talented players and prospects in attendance. We’re going to take a closer look at all of the athletes that attended the event.
Gaydosh is one of the most exciting young prospects in the state. She has a smooth and balanced jumper that snaps through the net. Gaydosh showed definite 3 point range on her shot when I was in attendance. She had a nasty shot fake with a side step that gave her space for her jumper. Gaydosh was a solid passer as well, putting zip on the ball.
Sheldon was impressive at the train and play. She was a comfortable shooter that recognized good looks at the rim. Sheldon brought a ton of energy to the floor. That might have been her biggest influence as teammates fed off of it. She never got winded and always made herself a factor in the open floor.
This was my first time evaluating Shafer’s game and I’m glad I got that chance. It was her passing that stood out the most. She was a willing and effective passer that got the ball to it’s spots. Shafer showed that she could hit an accurate pass while on the move in the open floor.
I was impressed with Fetterman’s well rounded game when I saw her play at MSF. She did a great job reading and reacting to the defense and the defenders. Fetterman was able to split defenders off the dribble drive and finish at the rim. She showed 3 point range off a catch and shoot. Fetterman delivered some nice post feeds as well.
O’Berry was definitely impressive when I watched her in Jackson. She was very vocal on defense, helping to organize her team. O’Berry found lanes to the rim, handled effectively with both hands and attacked the rim off the dribble. She also showed nice offensive footwork, scoring off both 1 and 2 feet.
Brown has a lot to like about her game and she showed it well at the train and play. She consistently got position under the rim, boxed out and got boards and put back opportunities. Brown once got 4 offensive rebounds in a single possession. She could also step outside and distribute the ball. Brown was probably one of the better passers in the gym.
Knapp definitely made an impression at MSF last week. She was incredibly fast down the floor, making herself a factor on the break and always being one of the first back on the defensive end of the floor. Knapp was solid defensively, even blocking a shot. She was able to hit cutters with an accurate pass in the open floor.