Michigan’s Best Small Town Prospects
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Addison Hovey MI #39 PF #8 HEIGHT 5'10" POS PF CLASS 2025 View Profile Addison Hovey Twitter State: Michigan School: Hart Club: MBA UAA Hovey is the definition of the best small-town prospect. She is freakishly athletic and uses her…
Hovey is the definition of the best small-town prospect. She is freakishly athletic and uses her college-ready body to dominate both sides of the ball. She led her team to the Breslin as a sophomore, and I expect her to have a tremendous junior season.
Wyman tore her ACL at the Breslin last season and missed her AAU season this past summer. She is cleared and ready for a comeback season. She is a tall, lanky point guard who possesses great court vision and exceptional passing skills. I am expecting her to have an impactful sophomore season ahead.
Borsenik, a State Champion, has committed to play basketball at Concordia University. She scored 16 points and grabbed 7 rebounds in the final game last season. She efficiently scores the ball from all three levels and will continue to do so during her senior campaign.
Mallar, the only sophomore to make the Associated Press All-State team last season, secured a place on the second team with her exceptional skills. She holds the school record for points in a game and her playmaking abilities are second to none. There’s no doubt that she will continue to dominate the game and maintain her reputation as a top-performing athlete this season, as she fills up the stats sheet with remarkable numbers.
Flynn had an outstanding performance last year for her team in Harbor Springs, leading them to a 17-6 record. She was one of the three sophomores selected as a 1st team Associated Press All-State player. She has received various offers from Division 1 and 2 colleges. I anticipate that she will have a remarkable Junior season this winter!