2017 Prime Time June 10-11 @ MI-3

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JASMYNE DIXON (LCA)     HOUSTON, Texas- Prime Time has always given me a glimpse of players I hadn’t seen,…

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2017 Prime Time Elite Hoops Showcase

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2017 Clutch City Classic Tip Sheet

2017 Clutch City Classic Tip Sheet

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2017 Iron Sharpens Iron HS Tip Sheet session 1

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AAILYAH MORGAN defending MIYA CRUMP

GLENN HEIGHTS, Texas- The action heated up even more in the HS division at Iron Sharpens Iron. In the first HS session, I caught just about everyone so here are a few that stood out  while I had an opportunity to see them however everyone I saw will be mentioned on Instagram and (or) Twitter so follow me or you may miss something and let me say this, when I use the search bar on my blog and website and read what I said about many of these players as long as five years ago, I realize just how good I am at evaluating talent  

2018

Miya Crump- guard/wing (Houston Hoops) I said she does things effortlessly but I’m still mesmerized at her ability. She can simply take over games in the flow, that in itself is just special and with her length, she gets shots off with ease and is a tough defender

2019

Madison Lucas-guard (Houston Hoops) athletic guard, attacks basket and finishes strong, nice step back, that includes dropping the three

2020

Chelsea Wooten-PG (Cy Fair Shooters) point guard that can score doesn’t sum it up. Mid or long range, coast to coast, under pressure, and finishing with contact numerous times but her “ups” and athleticism kept my eyes glued on her

Asha Thompson-forward-at almost six feet (the magic number) it always helps when you can face the basket and score, \from mid and long range however her athleticism and her ability to catch and shoot accurately are huge assets

Camryn Hill-forward (Pro Skills) showed me a lot of different things on both ends in the paint. Good size and strength, finished strong and also rebounded well both on offensie and defense

Hannah Guster-post (Pro Skills) she’s 6’4!!!!! Now that I have your attention, being that size at this age and doing some of the little things she does well gives her a definite edge. HUGE upside and could be a terror before its all said and done

Daisha McMillan-forward (Higher Goals) defense is a lost art sometimes however McMillan definitely enjoys it. She’s grown a little since the last time I saw her but at just under “the magic number” that ability to face the basket and score is there

Jewel Spear-PG-athletic guard that finds ways to get out of traps, gets to the rim with ease, sees floor but her ability to create under pressure and drop the midrange is superseded by that long range which is pretty accurate

Rayna Ross-guard (Pro Skills) handles the ball under pressure, athleticism enables her to make some tough shots all over the court, first step keeps defenders leaning, attacks basket well and finishes with contact, nice step back

Aailyah Morgan-post (Cy Fair Shooters) at 6’1, she already shows good hands and footwork while also being able to face the basket and score. Soft touch, tough rebounder on both ends, strong body

Kenzi Carter-forward-she’s already at that magic number of 6’0 which assures college coaches will be looking. Her offensive moves, ability to create her shot and her midrange will keep them looking, still has upside

Tommisha Lampkin-forward/post –size and intensity always has and will get you a free ride to school. She’s 6’2 and goes after everything on both ends, she runs the floor and her athleticism shows as she goes coast to coast with the ball

Isabel Montoya-PG- understands the game, doesn’t get flustered by pressure, in fact relishes it. Knows how to run a team, sees floor and  handles ball but she also can knock down the long ball

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