Super 60 Boston 2019
Added Boston to the list for Super 60 this year as we felt it was an under served area that had some talent, based on some of the players we seen from the summer. Not sure why college coaches don't recruit much from this area, as you will find coachable players that play hard, shooters, some good size, and high I.Q players with good fundamentals. Special thanks to everyone who attended.
Player Evaluations below:
Abby Egan, 5-9, guard, 2020- Utility and hustle player that’s physical, does the dirty work. Grabs rebounds, gets on the ground for loose balls, will get you steals, knows how to move and get open without the ball. Needs to tighten up the ball handling and continue to work on shooting off the dribble and coming off screens.
Aleah Bracey, 5-6, guard, 2025- Skilled player, smooth on the offensive end, shoots it well, can handle the ball, and attack the basket. Aggressive on the offensive end and will take the opportunity to score when its open. Has a lot of potential, needs to continue to get stronger, and work on floaters, and mid-range game.
Avery O’Connor, 5-10, forward, 2022- Good size and aggressive player on both ends of the floor. Plays hard and hustles. Gets in there to grab rebounds, can put the ball on the floor and attack the basket.
Brenna Woodbury, 5-2 guard, 2025- Plays with a lot of energy, plays both ends of the court equally well. Doesn’t quit on a play, will apply the pressure on defense, has active hands and will get steals. Attacks the basket, can penetrate the lanes, handles the ball well. Has a lot of potential along with athleticism, needs to continue to work on mid-range shot, shooting off the dribble, and floaters.
Brianna Frongillo, 5-2, point guard, 2022- Crafty and flashy point guard, has good foot speed, quick, nice handles and can penetrate the lanes. Has some nice moves to her game, good court vision, made some nice passes, picks up full court on defense, and shoots it well. Brings energy when she’s on the court and makes plays. Needs to work on decision making, force less, make sure her floater, mid-range, and outside shot continues to be more consistent. Has a lot of potential and can play at the next level.
Bryanna Gourdet, 5-6, guard, 2022- Fast and athletic guard, plays good defense, hustles, and gets steals. She plays hard and will attack the basket if its open. Needs to continue to work on ball handling and shooting.
Chloe Egan, 5-4, guard, 2025- Doesn’t shy away from being physical, will attack the open lane if its open, can get to the basket and create the foul, handles the ball well, has good court awareness, made some good passes to the open teammate. Needs to continue to tighten up the ball handling some more, and continue to work on mid-range and outside shot. Played well and was aggressive.
Devynn Watford, 5-9, forward, 2025- Has very good size and hands, strong build, was able to put the ball on the floor and attack the basket. Still young but has so much potential. Needs to continue to work on footwork, work on shooting, and tighten up the ball handling.
Grace Connaughton, 5-8, post, 2023- Played hard throughout the game, didn’t quit on a play. Got in there and rebounded, did the little things, knows how to get open and move without the ball. Needs to continue to get stronger, tighten up the ball handling, and work on shooting.
Kaelyn Carroll, 5-10, guard, 2025- Has very good size, with a nice skill set. Handles the ball well, brings it up the court, can get rebounds and put backs, makes good passes, shares the ball, will attack the basket or shoot it if the opportunity is open. Needs to continue to get stronger and work on mid-range/outside shot. Has so much potential for her age.
Kate Barnes, 6-0, forward, 2022- Very good size, and length, able to get blocks on the ball, and runs the floor. Has good hands, gets back on defense, can bring the ball up the court, will attack the basket when its open, grabs rebounds, active around the basket. Needs to continue to get stronger, and work on a consistent mid-range shot. Has a lot of potential with the right size.
Kenzie Matulonis, 5-5, guard, 2021- High I.Q player, shoots it well from outside, has some flash to her game, makes good passes, see’s the floor and gets the ball to the open teammate. Vocal leader, knows what to do with the ball. Needs to continue to get stronger and quicker on defense. Has a nice fundamental skills set.
Lauren Young- 5-6, guard, 2023- Has very good timing with the ball when blocking shots, has active hands on defense, will get rebounds and steals. Will attack the basket when its open and get the ball the open teammate. She’s aggressive and plays hard on both ends. Needs to continue to tighten up the ball handling, work on a consistent mid-range and outside shot.
Madison Watford, 5-10, forward, 2020- A versatile forward that can be a mismatch, she can go to work down low and step out to shoot from outside. High I.Q player that knows how to make plays. Good court vision, knows where her teammates are on the floor. Has good handles and can bring the ball up the court. Foot speed needs to get quicker especially on defense, have to be able to defend. The skill level is there for playing at the collegiate level.
Autumn Perry, 5-6, guard, 2023- A definite standout that took it to the basket, she could score and put the ball in the basket. Grabbed rebounds, pushed the ball up the floor. Played defense along with active hands. Your hustle player that played both ends of the court. Needs to continue to tighten up the ball handling and keep working on her mid-range shot. Has potential and played very well.
Nariah Scott, 5-10, guard, 2021- Strong and physical player with very good court vision. Shoots it well from outside, can bring the ball up the court, active on the boards, will get you rebounds, has good quickness, and athleticism. Knows how to create for herself and other. Must watch this summer!
Sophia Florio, 5-0, point guard, 2025- Crafty player that can handle the ball with some moves to match. Can penetrate the lanes and finish at the rim. Has good court vision, will make the extra pass the open teammate. Aggressive on the defensive end as well, will pick up full court and get steals, will hustle and dive for loose balls. Has so much potential for her age. Needs to continue to work on mid-range and outside shot. She has the skill set to be very good.
Sophia Vitall, 5-4, point guard, 2023- A young talent in the making. Has big time handles that can break a defender time. She’s quick and can get to the basket. Definitely applies the pressure on defense and usually gets the steals more times than none. She needs to continue to have a consistent floater, mid-range and outside shot. She has so much potential for her age. She has the right tools just needs to continue to sharpen her game.
Taylor Voci, 5-2, guard, 2024- Has a nice skill set for her age. Can handle the ball, make good passes, and see’s the floor. Doesn’t force much, if the lane isn’t open she will kick it back out, knows how to get open and move without the ball. Needs to continue to get stronger and work on shooting.
Thai Davis, 5-4, point guard, 2023- Athletic and quick guard, spark of energy on the floor, up-tempo player that gets the ball up the court. Picks up on defense, has good active hands, and plays the passing lanes. Handles the ball well, and gets to the basket. Needs to continue to work on mid-range and outside shot.