First Coast Sophomore Guards Season Loading
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Media Day Coverage was primarily about the 2024 class and also about a handful of Juniors. We recently touched on the Freshman class and we will continue covering the 2027 prospects on our watchlist. In this article, we look at…
Media Day Coverage was primarily about the 2024 class and also about a handful of Juniors. We recently touched on the Freshman class and we will continue covering the 2027 prospects on our watchlist. In this article, we look at some of the top Sophomores on the First Coast. These players had great Freshman seasons and are now “loading” for their Sophomore season.
is the top Sophomore on the First Coast and in the top 6 for Sophomores in the entire State of Florida. Tatum played a major role as an 8th grader and was the leader of University Christian as a 9th grader. Tatum is the top Sophomore Guard in the area and she gets it done on both ends of the court. Offensive, Tatum is a slasher, a get to the rim specialist, and has one of the best midrange games of all players on the First Coast. Tatum can also score from behind the arc. As Good as Tatum is on Offense, she is even better on defense. I haven’t seen a guard on the entire First Coast with the defensive skills that Tatum possesses. She is the real deal and is season loading for a special Sophomore season.
is one of the top young point guards who is primed for a great Sophomore season. Freeman can She does what point guards do and that’s feed the rock to her talented teammates, but Freeman can also score as well. She does a good job of breaking the defense down and a lot of times she just gets all the way to the rim and scores. When she draws the extra defender, she can get it to her teammates to score.
is one of the top young guards on the First Coast and plays and excels on both ends of the court. Cremen is a point guard who has a high basketball IQ, she can handle the rock, and makes the correct basketball decisions on the court. Cremen was a standout in the assist department and also in the steals department. She ranked third in the State last year with 6.7 steals per game. Cremen is looking to make plays and control the offense, and she is also looking to disrupt the offense of the opponents with her stellar defensive play. Cremen was special last season and she is poised for the encore experience this season.
is one of the most versatile young guards on the First Coast and in the State of Florida. She can do it all on offense and shooting the 3 pointer is a big part of her game. I saw Ament at a showcase a few years ago and she was one of the most impressive players at the event. Her three point shooting was efficient and her play in transition had everyone talking about her potential as a prospect. Ament played well over the summer and she is season loading for a gret Sophomore campaign.
Jazlynn Curtis is one of the most athletic young guards on the First Coast. Curtis was special in the few games I saw her play last year. The things that stood out were her confidence, physicality, and how disruptive she was on defense. . She was also very effective last year in the short midrange area. Curtis averaged 7.4 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 2.1 steals per game as a Freshman. She can get to the rim and finish in the paint. She is season loading for her Sophomore season.
Angel McLellon will have the keys to the team in her hands this season. She has matured into a good ball handler and decision maker. McLellon has great quickness and speed can also get to the rim and score the ball. She is also very good in the transition game where she again uses her speed to get baskets and break defenses down.
is so passionate abot the round ball, she has been season loading for the last three months. She was a standout during the summer live period at Run 4 the Roses and National Championship in Orlando. Scibelli also displayed great leadership during the summer high school period. The Sophomore guard is a three-level scorer who can shoot the three, get to the rim, and score in the midrange area. Scibelli is also a playmaker who gets her teammates involved with her ability to draw the defense and get the ball to them. Scibelli is poised to have a special Sophomore campaign.
is one of the top Sophomores on the First Coast and is poised for a standout season. Beyer can shot the three from anywhere on the court and her ability to shoot it will open the court for the talented guards on her team. Beyer also has shown that she can put the ball on the floor and get to the midrange area for the floaters, short jumpers, and layups.