Best Small Town Seniors
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Prep Girls Hoops is devoted to covering athletes across the state no matter where they come from. This article is specifically looking at small town prospects who step up playing against big time competition. Let’s take a look at those…
Prep Girls Hoops is devoted to covering athletes across the state no matter where they come from. This article is specifically looking at small town prospects who step up playing against big time competition. Let’s take a look at those athletes that you should know.
Serenity McNair has been a crafty point guard for many years, and she has shown how she can be the leader of a high powered offense with both her high school and her travel teams. She gets by her opponents with ease attacking the basket using change of direction moves to reach her target, and she can set herself up for a shot around the perimeter. Her quickness translates well to the defensive side of the ball keeping her opponents in front of her protecting any lane towards the basket.
Taniyah Cash is someone who can fill many roles on the court. She can handle the ball using powerful dribbles to find her way towards the basket. She can grab a steal handling the ball all the way to the other end scoring on a fast break. Her height and strength is an asset on the block, too, being able to show off some nice moves attacking the gaps and creating space in order to score some points.
Jasmine Felton has no problem elevating up and over her opponents scoring with ease whether she is putting up floaters and banking the ball off the glass. She is sure to fight for rebounds coming down strong with the possession and going right back up with offensive boards. She moves well making adjustments based on what her defenders give her.
Damireona Burch is a force in the paint showing off a nice combination of strength and footwork in order to score her points. Her wide stance allows her to seal off opponents making it easy for her teammates to get her the entry pass. She can go to work using some power dribbles or score right off a spin to face the basket. She is certain to grab rebounds for her team on both ends of the court.
Eva McRae is another dominant presence in the paint. She can move well with her drop steps to get around her defenders to score some points. She is strong battling through contact to score if she needs to, and she fights for rebounds on both ends of the court. She moves well without the ball running from the high post to low post finding the openings to get the entry pass.