Super 60 Tampa 2019
Florida had talent at our final Super 60 stop. This state is a an under the radar hot bed with up and coming players that need to be seen. Surprised at the skill set that many of them had, who could shoot the ball from outside consistently was very impressive. Special thanks to all the trainers, staff, parents, Bay Area Hoops Florida, and LaQuita Thomson of John Lucas Enterprises
Alexis Andrews, 5-6, point guard, 2022- Crafty quick point guard that can change gears. Can penetrate and get to the basket, pushes the tempo, and gets the ball up the court. Good court awareness and made some good passes. She will attack you and shoot from outside when the opportunity is open. Definitely keep tabs on this one, she has a lot of potential. Continue to work on mid-range jumper.
Kamorea Arnold, 5-8, point guard, 2023- A competitor, strong guard, nice handles, physical, a scoring point guard that can get to the basket or take the outside shot. She will definitely be on our watch list, with the skill level that she has. Needs to continue to work on mid-range and shooting off the dribble.
Ellie DiGiacomo, 5-6, guard, 2021- Can definitely shoot the ball, has a nice outside shot, will not hesitate on the offensive end to score wen the opportunity is there. Has good court vision, shares the ball with the open teammate. Needs to continue to get stronger and work on quickness. Has the offensive skill set for the next level, just continue to sharpen some things.
Jayda Bowie, 4-11, point guard, 2025- Plays hard, stays engaged, doesn’t quit on a play. She didn’t force it, if the opportunity wasn’t there she kicked it out. Needs to continue to work on dribbling, shooting, and getting stronger. She played her best and we appreciate that.
Chaniya Clark, 6-2, post, 2021- She has now added an outside shot to her game. Chaniya can now take you inside and out with ease. Such a problem, has good hands, runs the floor, rebounds, and just an all around dominate player. High major recruit and would like to see her be more vocal on the floor.
Julia Rodriguez, 5-9, guard, 2020- Strong and physical guard that could get to the basket and finish at the rim. Your hustle player that runs the floor, pushes the tempo, brings energy and effort. Plays both ends and applies the pressure on defense. She can definitely play at the next level, just continue to work on mid-range jumper.
Celia Thayer, 5-6, guard, 2024- Handles the ball well, knows how to get open and move without the ball. Will attack the basket and penetrate the lanes. Aggressive on the offensive end and will shoot it when the opportunity is open. Good player that hustles on both ends. Needs to continue to work on mid-range jumper. Has a lot of potential and will continue to monitor progress.
Janay Outten, 5-6, guard, 2021- An athletic and quick guard that can get to the basket. Crafty with the moves and handles. Had some very impressive finishes at the rim. Has good court vision, gets her teammates involved, didn’t force much, if the opportunity wasn’t there she kicked it out. She pushes the tempo, and picks up full court on defense. A definite D1 player.
Mia Galbraith, 5-9, guard, 2023- Has good size, smooth player, very good hands, can finish around the basket and bring the ball up the floor. She was tough, physical and aggressive player, active on those rebounds. Needs to continue to work on mid-range and outside shot. Has the right skill set and will be going on our watch list.
Lakada Bryant, 6-0, forward, 2021- Good size player, strong, active on the boards, not afraid of contact. Needs to continue to work on footwork down low, mid-range shot around the basket, and ball handling to be more versatile. Has a good skillset just needs to sharpen some things, but played hard.
Jade Rutledge, 6-0, Wing, 2022- Very good size and length, she’s able to grab rebounds and block shots. Runs the floor well, gets back on defense, goes up strong when attacking the basket. Needs to continue to work on footwork down low, and work on a consistent mid-range/outside shot. Has a lot of potential and she plays so hard, love the energy that she brings. Will continue to monitor progress.
Joselish De Pool, 5-6, guard, 2021- Up-tempo guard, active on defense, plays the passing lanes, will attack and get to the basket. Knows when to score and get it to the open teammate. Definitely active on both ends of the floor and needs to continue to work on mid-range pull up jumper. Has a nice game and played very well.
Reese Wilson, 5-8, guard, 2024- Fundamental player, high IQ., handles the ball well in traffic, gives the ball up when the opportunity is not there. Vocal leadership qualities, encourages her teammates, and knows how to move without the ball. Has a nice outside shot, needs to continue to get quicker, stronger, and shooting off the dribble/mid-range area. Has a lot of potential and will monitor progress.
Jadah Toombs, 5-3, point guard, 2024- Athletic and quick guard, picks up and applies the pressure on defense, and will get you steals and rebounds. Plays north and south and will use her speed to get to the basket. Good court awareness, will get the open teammate the ball. Has a lot of potential, needs to continue to work on mid-range outside shot.
Allie Turner, 5-5, guard, 2024- Skilled and gifted player, basketball looks natural to her. Crafty handles, flashy player but still plays in control. Doesn’t force it if the opportunity isn’t there, but will attack you. Fundamental player with flare, vocal leader on the court, she has that “It” factor. Has a lot of potential and will be added to our watch list.
Tyra Brown, 5-10, guard, 2023- Very skilled player, handles the ball well, crafty, good size and length, looks like she is still growing. Active on the boards, good footwork, can get to the basket with ease, has very good footwork. Even shoots the ball well. Will be added to our watch list, needs to continue to get stronger, but this one has a lot of potential.
Dezmariah Soto, 5-1, point guard, 2024- She definitely had a nice showing, attacked the basket, had some nice finishes with contact, shot the ball well from outside. Has good handles, good court awareness, will make the extra pass to the open teammate. She was able to create for herself and others. Will continue to monitor progress.
Briana Rivera, 5-6, guard, 2024- Shooter from outside that you can’t leave open. She knows how to put the ball in the basket. She can even penetrate the lanes and get to the basket when the opportunity was there. She was aggressive and played both ends of the floor. Solid skill set with a nice all around game. Played very well and she has a lot of potential. Needs to continue to work on mid-range jumper.
Camila De Pool, 5-6 guard, 2024- Surprising to see how good her outside shooting was for her age. Immediately checking in to the game and it goes in. Can shoot off the dribble and will take the opportunity to score if you give her any room. Has good court awareness, made some good passes on the fast break. Handles the ball well and has a nice skill set. Will continue to monitor progress.
Renita Harris, 5-7, guard, 2023- Showed some good size and played well. Active on the rebounds and finished around the basket. Handled the ball well, picked up on defense, and ran the floor. Good footwork, coordinated, has good hands. Needs to continue to gets stronger and keep working on mid-range/outside shot.
Mia-Marie Thomas, 5-4, point guard, 2023-Quick and athletic guard, can get to the basket, crafty, has good handles, can penetrate the lanes, and score. Picks up on defense as well, hustle player, active hands and plays the passing lanes. Strong and physical guard that attacks the basket. Has a lot of potential, needs to continue to work on shooting off the dribble, mid-range/outside.
Jayshlynn Vega, 5-2, point guard, 2025- Strong and feisty player. Comes to compete, doesn’t matter her size. Will take the opportunity to score on you if you give her any open space to shoot from outside or attack the basket. Handles the ball well, active on defense, plays both ends of the floor. Like that she plays hard and hustles. Has a lot of potential.
Kristian Harris, 5-8, guard, 2023- Very nice skill set, she can definitely score and finds her way to the basket. If you give her any kind of room she is going by you or shooting the shot. Impressed with her game and ability to play both ends. She gets it and goes, up-temp player that brings energy. Hustles and is active on the rebounds as well. Does whatever you need her to do. Has a lot of potential and will continue to monitor progress. If anything, continue to work on outside shot.
O’Mariah Gordon- 5-4, point guard, 2021- In her own lane, can do whatever she wants, she is that quick and athletic. Major D1 prospect, who has added more of a consistent mid-range and outside shot. Her energy and up-tempo style of play makes her difficult to stay in front of. She has next out of Florida.