Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Oregon trio from #JLE6060

'18 Kennedi Bryam

The Pacific Northwest players did extremely well at "The Combine" and I've talked about many already so we'll close out Oregon, then Washington and wrap up the John Lucas 60/60 with why I started doing what I do, the Lone Star State

Kennedi Bryam was one of the players that showed she could the long ball well. Most of these kids were focusing on the mid-range but few had the range of Bryam. Good handles, got to the rim with ease, good handles threw some floaters in, good handles, got by defenders with ease so I guess she could handle the ball.

'19 Daryn Hickock

Daryn Hickock was smooth on the court and everything just flowed for her. Several players had speed at the camp, she was speedy with the ball in fact on the fastest while handling it. Her athleticism is off the charts for her age, great body control and mid-range game already. Between that and her first step, oh my

'19 Sabrina VanBeenen

Sabrina VanBeenen caught my eye before anything ever started simply because of her height and length which will assure her of playing at the next level somewhere simply because she's almost six feet now. Her development will determine how high she goes at the next level, she has great instincts, became more aggressive as the camp progressed and her upside is through the roof simply because she understands how to score in the paint