Class of 2024 Preseason Stock Risers
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I can’t keep saying enough how the 24 class is something special. Within this class, we have had girls who have tipped the scales per se. You are talking about some individuals who have put in the work through blood…
I can’t keep saying enough how the 24 class is something special. Within this class, we have had girls who have tipped the scales per se. You are talking about some individuals who have put in the work through blood sweat and tears, that have climbed the mountain top and have made something special out of their high school careers. There are numerous stories about young ladies who have done tremendous things and have accomplished some many different feats. For one, playing basketball at a high school level is an accomplishment. Adding an opportunity to play in college, that’s another in itself.
In this edition of the class of 2024 preseason stock risers, we highlight some individuals who have done so much plus more within their four years. They have put the time in, excelled in the classroom, and risen on the basketball floor. These young ladies have put themselves through so much, and now we want to recognize their efforts. Here are just a few of many stock risers within the 24 class. These young ladies are a special bunch of kids who will go on to do great things at the next level.
Without further ado, here are the class of 24 preseason stock risers.
(6’2/C/ Blackman)– The Michigan commit had an outstanding summer travel ball season, where she displayed heart, tenacious defense, and great leadership. She controlled the paint, burying opponents down low and finishing at the rim. Her defense was crazy good, blocking shots, owning the boards, and helping her squad through traffic. Her presence was awesome on the floor and she looks to take that same energy and momentum into her senior year and beyond.
( 5’7/F/ McMinn Co.)– Tough kid who can score from all three levels. With the ball in her hands, she has the confidence to take it where it belongs, at the bottom of the net. Heady ball player who adapts to the speed and the flow of the game so well. She knows her importance to her team when she is on the floor, therefore, she picks her spots to exploit and get a bucket. She committed to Wofford and they are getting an extraordinary talent. Look for Molly’s name to be up for end of the season awards.
(5’10/SG/ Sycamore)– The UTC commit busted onto the scene and has been on an upward trajectory ever since. A multi-level scoring threat, she’s a knockdown shooter wherever she is on the floor. Not only can she score on the offensive end, she’s scrappy on the defensive end as well. Super talented kid who will go out in her senior year with a bang.
(5’8/G/ St. George’s Independent)– Hard working kid who plays the game with lots of energy and passion. Can get downhill to finish at the rim, knock down shots from the field and beyond. It’s afraid to sit down and defend and will do the little things to help her team win. Plays hard both ways and is the spark plug that makes her team go. Had a phenomenal junior year, where she was in postseason award talks. This season, she looks to bring that energy plus more and turn it into something even more special.
(6’3/C/ Lebanon)– Smart and heady basketball player who anchors the paint for the blue and white. She’s money inside the paint, finishing through contact, grabbing O boards leading to put backs. Defensively, she creates problems down low, owning the defensive rebound battles. Had a tremendous summer where she caught the eyes of college coaches. Look for her to continue on an upwards trajectory as she competes and helps her Lady Devilettes reach new heights.