Friday, June 26, 2015

2015 HBU Camp Tip Sheet part one

HOUSTON, Texas- Round 2 of my area camp watch went as expected, plenty of talent as well as some surprises. HBU commits Rexesha Hollis and Belle Tovar were in attendance, Hollis the long and athletic wing that just finds ways to score while Tovar is one of the top long range shooters in the state and showed no signs of a knee injury she suffered a few months ago. Hannah Moya was definitely a surprise, big things come in small packages and Falyn Taylor, Annalise Narro and Lauren O'Connell continue to impress me with their range. Another bright spot was Aaliyah Davis whose athleticism is through the roof but she's added a pull-up to her arsenal as well plus the improvement from Haley Johnson definitely tells me she's been working on her midrange as well as Kayla Alvarado.  Here is my Tip Sheet

Kennedi Burks- I guess the word I'm looking for is relentless since she goes after everything off the glass and can score. Super athleticism, defends under basket or on perimeter and knows how to put ball in basket multiple ways

Victoria Miller-her physicality got me going early and she set one pick that I felt 25 feet away. Loves to bang in paint and can face basket for buckets

Hayley Washington-played strong on both ends of the court, made good decisions and showed she had a variety of ways to score

Taylor Koll Morgan- wingspan enables her to do a lot of different things on both ends, she changed or deflected shots numerous times, rebounded well and scored inside and outside

Madison Schenck-definitely showed she could play multiple positions, was draining the long ball early then mixed mid and off the dribble in as well as put-backs. Strong body but 30 foot bounce pass through traffic just blew me away

Maddie Miller- add Thriller somewhere in her name because she doesn't mind giving or receiving punishment yet can take it while putting ball in basket. Defended and rebounded strong

Brooke Biggot-poised under pressure, made good decisions and showed she has the tools to run a team at the next level

Mikayla Schenck- she's long and athletic and can get wherever she wants whenever she wants at a young age. HUGE upside and when the three is clicking, well she's very hard to handle

Rori Harmon- told her I'll be writing "Please don't squeeze the Harmon" and of course she didn't know what I was talking about yet I know this "she's in the class of 2021 and she's one of the top players in that class in the country" A couple of step back threes and some D1 passes with the older girls showed everyone what I said 2 years ago