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This offseason saw quite a bit of movement of players from one school to another. Here, I take a look at some of the transfers that I feel will have the biggest impact at their new schools. Aniyah Riddell Aniyah…
This offseason saw quite a bit of movement of players from one school to another.
Here, I take a look at some of the transfers that I feel will have the biggest impact at their new schools.
Possibly the most dominating post presence, joins the defending open champs. Aniyah commands a double team in the post, which should open up things for her teammates. This could be a recipe for a repeat.
The premier team in Southern AZ adds one of the most potent offensive players in the state. Look for the Lancers to make a deep run this season
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An already deep Thunder team gets more added depth with Jones. Trinity brings play making, burst off the dribble, and more importantly, top-notch defense.
Hinder brings some things to the Huskies that most programs don’t have. A defensive presence that has to be accounted for by everyone on the opposing team. CJ is also a force on the offensive end and one of the state’s best rebounders.
Bella brings championship experience to a championship contender. Burcar will fit in nicely and bring toughness as well as a very good offensive game. Her shooting range extends well beyond the three-point line, and she knows how to score in a variety of ways.
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Zoe brings her game to the prep school ranks, where she should be very successful. She’s a double-double in the making every game out. She’s as good a rebounder as there is in the state, and on offense, she punishes defenses with her physical play.