Top Passers in the State
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Few things are more important than having a player who can get everyone involved. Passing is an elite skill. Here are some of the best players who display passing vision, throw accurate long passes, and can set teammates up in…
Few things are more important than having a player who can get everyone involved. Passing is an elite skill. Here are some of the best players who display passing vision, throw accurate long passes, and can set teammates up in a position to score.
Williams was one of the top facilitators in all of St. Louis last season. She averaged over 4+ APG and was a big reason for an overall winning record on the season. The senior has great speed and can contribute as a scorer as well. Her burst to the rim and relentless mentality standout. The 5’4 PG is a very good overall player.
Woods is an elite set-up player in Kansas City. She was reliable for over 5+ APG last season and did so with a better than 2:1 A/TO ratio. She’s a playmaker who doesn’t make many mistakes. She keeps her dribble alive and patrols the floor with her eyes up at all times.has a quick first step and plays with a creative mind.
Holcer is the ultimate floor general for Meadville. Her team-first mentality and willingness to lead as PG set them up for a memorable undefeated season. She’s another guard who averaged over 4+ APG. While one of the best passers in the state, she can also score in bunches and averaged well over double figures in her junior season.
Hailey Morgan (Fort Zumwalt East)
Morgan led the St. Louis metro in assists as a junior. She had a remarkable 161 on the season. Quickness is her calling card and makes the game easier for her as a creator. She can push tempo with speed and gets past defenders often. Her quickness leads to a lot of 2 on 1 situations where she makes the right decisions. Morgan is also a standout perimeter defender.
Parker is a top player in the class and much of the reason why is her passing and physical profile. Her maturity as a freshman was admirable and earned her a major role for a good Staley team. The sophomore can play both ends of the floor and control the game with her effort level. One of the most well rounded guards regardless of class.