Headliners: Stars in the Making
The last session of the day featured 2030-2028 prospects who put on a show for the coaches and scouts in attendance. The offensive shooting and ball movement were the best of any group at the Headliners. Here are the middle…
The last session of the day featured 2030-2028 prospects who put on a show for the coaches and scouts in attendance. The offensive shooting and ball movement were the best of any group at the Headliners. Here are the middle schoolers who impressed the most at the Headliners Sunday.
#47 Brooklyn Holm stood out as an elite prospect at the Headliners Invitational on Sunday. She dominated inside for her team and showed her uncanny accuracy beyond the arc. Game Notes: top of the key 3, drop step finish, drop step finish, on-ball steal, coast to coast ball handling. She buried multiple 3’s and handled the ball like a guard with vision and control in traffic. Brooklyn will be an exceptional prospect for all coaches to keep their eyes on as she approaches high school.
#2 CG Lauren Nurenberg (2029) from PW put her skills on display for scouts and coaches at the Headliners Invitational Sunday. She knocked down a pull-up jumper, nailed a deep step back 3, hit a deep 3 from the top of the key, and hit another wing 3! Lauren shot the lights out from beyond the arc and battled for offensive rebounds as well. She is an outstanding prospect who will be a phenomenal addition to the PW program when she reaches high school.
#15 Kalya Mahabir (2028) played with a confident determination Sunday at the Headliners Invitational. She secured a defensive rebound and powered her way up the court all the way to the rim. Kalya displayed exceptional ball handling skill and finishes around the basket. She scored at all levels and was an outstanding defender. Kalya is going to be a future star for Midland at the high school level.
#1 Kennedy Haid (2029) is PG from Portland who dazzled spectators Sunday at the Headliners. She was deadly from beyond the arc, drilling many 3 pointers. Kennedy has the ball handling control and quickness to win one on one battles and then finish with both hands at the rim. She will be an exciting prospect to watch as she moves towards the high school level.
#7 Lindy Shine (2030) showed off her full arsenal of abilities Sunday at the Headliners Invitational. She creates space off the dribble using behind the back snaps, pushouts, and crossovers. What’s impressive about Lindy’s game is her ability to create space laterally with separation dribbles and pull up into a balanced 3-point shot. Lindy steals passes with her quick hands and runs the offense effectively because of her passing skills/vision. Lindy will be a dynamic point guard coming through the ranks at Wayland.
#83 Nurary Fricke (2028) from Big Rapids took home the MVP hardware Sunday at the Headliners. She blew the coaches away with her freakish athleticism and fundamental skills on both ends of the court. Nuray scored at all three levels and demonstrated deadly 3-point accuracy. She will be a future star at the high school level.
At the Buzzer
Evan Bell is currently a scout for Prep Girls Hoops, Varsity Girls Basketball Head Coach at Lapeer High School, and Director of Lapeer County Cobras . Our mission at PGH is to cover as many athletes with D2, D3, NAIA, and JUCO potential in the state as possible. If you have knowledge of a prospect off our radar, please DM Evan through Twitter @CoachEvanBell or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org