Players To Watch In The Big North Conference
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The Big North lost a star in Caroline Guy, who is continuing her basketball career at Walsh University, but there is still plenty of talent to see. Let’s take a look at some players to watch. Avery Parker MI #74…
The Big North lost a star in Caroline Guy, who is continuing her basketball career at Walsh University, but there is still plenty of talent to see. Let’s take a look at some players to watch.
Parker was the Player of the Year last season in the Big North Conference during her junior season. The Northwood commit is a high basketball IQ player who makes the right decisions with the ball in her hands. She should have a big senior season for her Gaylord team.
France had an outstanding sophomore season for her Traverse City Central team, but she might have had an even better spring and summer during her grassroots season. She uses her strength and size on both ends of the court and should have a dominating junior season.
Wisniewski had an impressive junior season, and she has big things ahead for her senior year. As a guard, she can excel at shooting from the outside and driving to the rim and finishing, even through contact. Additionally, she performs well on the defensive end of the court too.
Brumfield had an impressive sophomore season. The Point Guard does a great job running the offense for her Traverse City Central team. She has exceptional ball-handling, passing, and shooting skills. She should have a big junior season!
Prue had a tremendous sophomore season for her Alpena team last season. She is a Post player who uses her strength on both ends of the floor. She finishes through contact and works on the glass. A big junior season is brewing for Prue!