Underrated: 695 Fall League (Part 3)
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There is a good chance that players slip through the cracks or don’t get their just representation. We sometimes call them underrated or under the radar. Here are some talented players that weren’t mentioned in parts one and two and…
There is a good chance that players slip through the cracks or don’t get their just representation. We sometimes call them underrated or under the radar. Here are some talented players that weren’t mentioned in parts one and two and a couple that were that worth mentioning again.
Kayla is a freshman and seemed a little nervous at the start but warmed up with a 3 pointer. She has great defense and rebounds well. physically she doesn’t look like a freshman.
Demi showed a good set shot and drove well off the pump fake. The shot made the fake more effective allowing to get past her initial defender. She is just a freshman so we should be hearing about her a lot.
Braniya was able to hit open shots out to the three. She has the physical stature of a post player with some guard skills.
Showing up on an underrated list may be odd for a player with the talent as Bailey, however, she is one of the top players in the country and the fact that she is not showing up on national lists puts her under the radar. She won’t be for long, her team is moving to the A conference this year and the notoriety is sure to follow, just wait. Bailey showed again that you can’t give her any space, or you’ll pay as she is one of the best shooters in the region.
Gabby is fast enough to get past most defenders, she has a good looking shot and runs the floor well in transition. She has the strength to overpower smaller guards that can stay with her.
Nanyjae has a good shot off the dribble that she makes out to the three. She finishes well at the basket and is willing to mix things up in the paint for rebounds. She gets out quick on fast breaks giving the defense no chance to catch her.
I loved watching Chaniya get to the basket and finish high at the rim. She used the spin move well when cut off and had a nice handle for a player around 6’2″ with her length. She shot the three and made a couple but I thought she was more effective and more valuable getting to the basket.
Indira was strong and physical inside. She created space for rebounds and throws a good outlet pass. She slips open constantly moving in the back door as she did in the game winning bucket against Forest Park. She’s a really good finisher inside.