This middle school group played hard, competed, and put in work with Tony Condra. St. Louis definitely had some talent from Memphis and Chicago as well, representing. Special thanks to Girlz Prep Report, NEB Media, NSR, and Cheap Seat Photos.
Madison Begle, 2022, 5-9, forward, Indiana Blizzard- Has good size, solid skill work, plays hard, gets back on defense. Need to be more aggressive on the offensive end and attack the basket, but played well.
Addy McLeod, 2023, 5-2, point guard, Illinois Aristocrats- Has deep range, shooter that can really knock it down. Handles the ball well, see’s the floor, made some good passes, good fundamentals. Would like to see her mid-range game as well, has a lot of potential.
Da’Nylah Hall, 2023, 5-3, point guard- Has good handle and quickness, can get to the basket and finish at the rim. Good energy, active on defense. Needs to continue to work on outside shot, but played hard.
Brooklyn Rhodes, 2023, 5-11, forward, MO Phenom- A rebounding machine with great athleticism. Good motor, plays hard, runs the floor. Gets her points around the basket, has a lot of potential.
Trinniti Matthews, 2022, 5-8, forward, MO Phenom- Attacked the basket and finished with contact, high motor, great energy, plays both ends equally well. Team player, shared the ball, made good passes. Has a lot of potential heading into high school.
Sydney Reddin, 2022, 5-7, guard, STL Eagles- Strong and physical player with good size. Can get to the basket and finish at the rim. Good court vision, see’s the floor, finishes with eith hand equally well. Has a lot of potential heading into high school.
Vanessa Bickford, 2024, 5-8, point guard, 360 Select- Has a nice outside shot, ran the floor, plays hard, handles the ball well, can shoot off the dribble. Needs to continue to tighten up the defense, but played well.
Tkiyah Nelson, 2023, 5-5, point guard, STL Phenom- Crafty player that can shoot the floater, mid-range, and outside shot. Nice handles, good court vision, and can finish at the rim. Very impressed with her skill level. A player to keep a look out for.
Mackenzie Wilson, 2022, 5-4, guard, Phenom- Shooter, knocked down several outside shots, quick, can get to the basket, runs the floor, nice handles. Very good athleticism. Easily a stand out.
Savannah Orgeron, 2023, 5-8, post, Illinois Aristocrats- Very good size, good footwork, nice hands. Finishes around the basket, nice drop step, uses her body well, runs the floor. Active on the boards and played very well.
Durbin Thomas, 2023, 5-0, point guard, Illinois Aristocrats- Pass first point guard, has very good court vision, makes good entry passes into the post. Handles the ball well. Needs to be more aggressive on the offensive end when its open. Played very well.
Kayla Sullivan, 2023, 5-8, point guard, STL Eagles- Hard worker, active hands on defense, plays aggressive, will attack the basket when the opportunity is open, has great energy, runs the floor, and shares the ball. Has a lot of potential will continue to monitor progress.
Karley Johnson, 2022, 5-9, point guard, OK Swish- Tough player, strong, physical, a nice all around game. Makes good passes, plays defense, active on the boards, handles the ball, shoots it well from outside, can get to the basket when she wants. Above average player, that should be monitored by D1 programs.
Nakiyah Westbrook, 2022, 5-2, point guard, Memphis War Eagles- Explosive player, athletic, quick, great energy, uptempo player that pushes the ball. Crafty, nice handles, can get to the basket, shoot from outside, and make good passes. A player to be on te lookout for.
Laney Humble, 2023, 5-3, guard, Will Power- Very good court vision, makes good passes, can shoot it very well behind the arc. Makes good decisions with the ball, team player. A definite player to be on the lookout for.
Emily Recker, 2024, guard-Plays hard, gets back on defense. Need to be more aggressive on the offensive end and attack the basket, but played well.
Kori Alcorn, 2024, 5-2, Player’s First- Has some nice moves, handles the ball well, can shoot it from outside. Nice skills, attacked the basket when the opportunity was there, gets back on defense. Had a good showing, still very young and has a lot of potential.
Breona Hurd, 2024, 5-11, post, Will Power- Great size, powerful, runs the floor well, good hands, has versatility to her game. Can put it on the ground, attacks the basket, can even step outside to shoot it. So young with a lot of potential.
Abigail Peterson, 2023, 5-5, guard, Player’s First- Gave good effort, ran the floor, needs to continue to work on being more aggressive on the offensive end, take the open opportunities.
Alexis Matthews, 2024, 5-3, guard, Player’s First- Played hard, hustle player that plays good defense, active hands and gets deflections. When the opportunity is there she’ll attack the basket. Needs to continue to tighten up the ball handling and shooting. Played good.
Cami Stacker, 2023, 5-3, guard, Phenom- Played hard, did her job very well. Attacked the basket, finished at the rim, shot the ball well, made some good moves, handles the ball pretty well. Impressed with her level of play.
Raven Addison, 2023, 5-6, forward, STL Phenom- Did a good job, active on defense, ran the floor, hustles, needs to continue to be more aggressive on offense and attack the basket, but played well.
Tag(s): The Future