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6th/7th Grade Tip Sheet 2015 Summer Hoops Tour #PrimeTime

2015 PT 67

 Tymberlin Criswell  battling Precious Johnson 

 

The  Woodlands, TEXAS-The 6/7 grade division of Prime Time’s Summer Hoops Tour had Legends rocking with talented players that I hadn’t seen before. Several of these players already have star written all over them and will be among the top players in the area in high school, that’s a given but I truly believe that next level potential is there as well, especially for the two Skyrise players I’ve seen multiple times this season alone. Special S/O to Texas Lady Dragons Dalanna Carter who is only a 2023 yet did more than hold her own against players 2 and 3 grades above her

Malikiya Bell (Skyrise Broughton) I love her explosiveness off the dribble, when you have that at a young age and it’s under control, it will take you far. Bell’s defense keeps getting better and with her upside, she’s going to be hard to handle

Tymberlin Criswell (Skyrise Broughton) she loves being in the heat and is already learning how to take over in crunch time. Loves reading the defense as well as contact and her back to back and ones simply changed the momentum in one game

Hillary Broussard (Texas Lady Dragons) the tools are all there and the more I saw her the more she’s showing she is willing to learn how to use them. She can get to the basket against anyone; she’s strong and can shoot the long ball off the dribble

Precious Johnson (Texas Lady Dragons) her upside is scary, she’s 6’3 with a college ready body right now. She’s strong, runs the floor, rebounds and can finish and although still raw in some aspects of her game, she has plenty of time to get it right

Taitlyn Afualo (ABA Supreme) she does two things very well that I love to see and that’s hit the midrange jumper and plays the passing lanes. She’s under control and poised under pressure plus she defends well

Serena Sundell (ABA Supreme) good comprehension of the game is always a plus and when you add the fact that Sundell attacks at will easily against whoever happens to be on her, that gives her the edge to score or pass

Brylee Glenn (ABA Supreme) long and athletic, she has the ability to do quite a bit of things and her knack for being around the ball both offensively and defensively stood out. Off the dribble or stopping and poppin, she has an arsenal of offensive weapons

Other standout players

Bella Kross (TNBA Morales)

Ayla Clark (Bombers)

Tyra Davis (Lake Houston Angels)

Ashlyn Ryall (HTX)

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