2025 Newcomers To Keep Your Eyes On!
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Ella Perry Ella Perry 5'10" | PF Watkins Memorial | 2025 OH – Watkins Memorial As a former Lady Warrior, I remember many players who left their mark in how they battled in the paint! And Perry plays the same…
– Watkins Memorial As a former Lady Warrior, I remember many players who left their mark in how they battled in the paint! And Perry plays the same type of physical game! Strong defender, rebounder, and puts up points!
– Cardington Lincoln Look for Hardwick to be one of Cardington Lincoln’s top go-to players throughout the season! Great handles, has an excellent sense of picking apart defenses and finding the open seams for shots. Strong motor!
Madison Caulkins- Cardington Lincoln She is a bucket all day long in the paint! Gives a smooch off the glass- easy 2 points! And at 5’11, combined with athleticism, opposing guards second guess themselves taking the rock near her!
– Mount Gilead Faith is a defensive beast, and just as strong offensively! She is the type of player that will play consistent each game, make the outside shots, aggressively go to the bucket and capitalize.
– East Knox Opfer has a solid shooting touch around the rim/ in the paint! She has reliable hands, ready to catch- and her footwork is solid. She gets her shoulders square. And at 6’0, Sydney’s rebounding allows for 2nd chance shots and the start of fast breaks!
– East Knox Divan knows a thing or two about shooting! It comes naturally to her, doesn’t hesitate, and she has confidence to let it go! I like how she lets the game come to her.
– Grove City I really like Hansen’s court vision, and how she goes to the bucket with no fear! Makes with contact. Her light feet are an asset on defense, attacking the basket, and transition! (Featured Photo)
– Central Crossing Hamilton continues to grow as a player, and has the work ethic, basketball mind, and team driven attitude to excel! Excellent outside shot, knows how to get to the charity stripe and connect. (Below, shooting)
– Buckeye Valley I think the 8-10 ft shot is often forgotten, but for Hazelrigg, that is her bread and butter! Smooth, not rattled, and very comfortable taking the shot! Tough defender as well, more than holds her own inside at 6’1 !