Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Mississippi Lady Ballers and NTX Lights Out 2019 #PrimeTimeNationals


Prime Time Nationals, TX- GPR correspondent Jim Johnson took a good look at NTX Lights Out 2019 and the Mississippi Lady Ballers  at PTN. I’m all too familiar with the talented players on Lights Out having had a chance to observe them over the past two seasons and it appears they’re progressing nicely. Here’s Jim’s take on a few players from both squads

Destiny Haymer (Mississippi Lady Ballers) –she’s a 5’7 PG from Tchula, MS who’s  all over the floor at both ends and loves to take it strong to the basket. Knows how to get to the line and shoots over 75%.  She also likes to get her teammates involved in the offense and creates lots of steals on defense

Vivian Tripp (Mississippi Lady Ballers)  strong 2 guard that will stroke a 3 or take it to the basket.  Good defender that creates lots of steals


Randi Thompson (NTX  Lights Out 2019)  heady player at both ends 2-3 but her natural position is 2.  Takes it strong to the basket but also rebounds and defends well. Will look and pass to an open teammate.

Jordan McClenton (NTX Lights Out 2019)  very good rebounder at around 5'10. Runs the floor well, very athletic and also has good range from 15 feet on in. To top that off she’s an aggressive defender and smart shot blocker.

Noelle Yancy (NTX Lights Out 2019)  true point guard that runs the show and has excellent form on her shot.  Will knock it down or drive past you, very good speed and good ball handling skills is part of the reason.  She’s also very unselfish and if you’re open, she’ll get it to you plus her hands are fast on defense