Wednesday, March 29, 2017

DFW Elite #MarchFest Day 2 #TipSheet


Duncanville, Texas-March Fest closed on Sunday so I stopped by Duncanville to catch some of the younger players and I definitely left satisfied. Here is the Day 2 Tip Sheet, I’ll drop the other one from opening day later and please remember to follow me on Twitter and (or) Instagram for hidden gems

Sydney Brock-guard (Austin Elite Black) did a little bit of everything, defended, hit the midrange and got to the rim whenever she wanted, oh and finished

Desiree Mathis-guard (Waco Lady Panthers) simply made things happen over and over, loved the intensity which she brings baseline to baseline

Aniya Buckley-guard (DFW Elite) watching her early in the morning making highlight moves definitely gave me a boost. Nice pull-up, finished strong with contact

Breana Davis-guard (Pro Skills) huge upside for this young lady, working on that complete package on the offensive end, already showing signs that she can take over

Amiya Muhammad –wing (NTX Elite 2022) already gets it, plays hard on both ends, scores in the paint, either hand, can handle the ball in the open court under pressure, first step is a killer from the wing, great timing

Giselle Maul-guard (Nike Cy Fair Elite Shooters) nice midrange but her ability to create her shot in traffic was solid as well. Finds ways to get to the rim and finishes strong

Hazel Hawkins-guard (Texas Lone Star) plays smart and under control, hit teammates with perfect passes during crunch time, also knows how to score multiple ways, good BB-IQ


Kennedy Evans (Nike Cy Fair Elite Shooters 2024) talk about wanting the ball in crunch time and being able to deliver, I mean she definitely sold me on what’s coming. She can shoot the three, hit the midrange, make acrobatic finishes with contact, handle the ball and defend, oh, btw, she’s 11