Uncommitted Players To Keep An Eye On: Senior Steals. Pt 2
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With their seniors season starting up soon, players are still making decisions on where to call home for the next 4 years. Below are a couple senior players that are still on the board! *Class of 2024 rankings will be…
With their seniors season starting up soon, players are still making decisions on where to call home for the next 4 years. Below are a couple senior players that are still on the board!
Coming off of a strong first couple of games in the Willowbrook tournament, Victoria has shown her ability to be impactful in a variety of ways. She can score just as well as she can make plays, hints the 13pts and 12 assists in Game 1 of the tourney. Defensively, you can see the growth and shift in her decisions. A player with a lot of potential.
Klein has the size and frame of a next level type of player, and when you add the motor and feel for the game that she has, you can bet on her being successful when she gets there. The IQ, the court vision and attention to detail are all present. She can score from multiple spots on the floor, and has the confidence to attack the basket. High potential.
*Ranked Top 60 – system error*
Having numbers that scan across the stat box shows the energy and motor of a player that just wants to win. Seal contributes in a handful ways outside of her ability to score and make plays. Notching a season high with 22pts and 18 rebs in a previous game, Seal continues to show her ability to adapt to what’s needed for a win.
One of the fastest guards in this class. Langston’s ability to go North to South with control is something to take note of. On the offensive side of the ball, she can get to the rim with a limited amount of dribbles, as well as knocking down the open shot beyond the arc with consistency. Defensively, her speed and aggression are key factors as to why she’s a tough matchup to play against.
A knockdown shooter who can get it going after one attempt. Petalber has a smooth and confident shot that’s usually money off the catch and standstill. She has the ability to make plays on the move or off a pump fake. Alayna will be a great piece for a program that’s looking to keep constant space on the court.
A tough nosed guard, that can handle pressure well and has a knack for creating something out of nothing. Taylor has great vision and feel for the court, while also showing the urgency to always push up the ball quickly on fast breaks. She can knock down the three, get to the rim and also can guard her the 1 and 2. An aggressive player with leadership qualities.
Randalls frame allows her to be dominant in a vast amount of ways, but especially on the boards and the defensive side of the ball. Defensively, she plays the paint blanket for her programs, and is always good for a strong amount of rebounds as well. Offensively, she has a great touch around the rim, and can score from the block without having to put the ball down.
Harter is one of the most efficient three point shooters in this class. Quick release, fluid form, and fundamental mechanics. Her length and versatility are key factors in her wide ranged skillset. On both sides of the ball she’s impactful, whether its scoring in bunches from all angles, or defending multiple positions though out the possession. The lefty out of Boylan can play the game and can for sure be a piece to a successful program.