Friday, May 12, 2017

Houston Silver Stars #ClutchCityClassic

First look at the Houston Silver Stars gave me a glimpse of quite a few area players I hadn't seen for various reasons however one of the young ladies, Eneily Rodriguez, has been under my radar for quite some time. The Hightower senior put on a show, averaging close to triple double for Prime Time Sports Clutch City Classic and although she's making a decision on where she'll play at the next level, it kind of makes you wonder because this young lady has plenty of tools, plus multiple positions and possesses something you definitely can't teach and that's BB-IQ  and those are only a few of the reasons she made the Tip Sheet. Rodriguez and Teshauna Lockhart provided plenty of offensive firepower for the team, Lockhart can blow by defenders or pull-up and score in traffic or just keep defenders guessing by draining the long ball


Plenty of size on the squad, loved the energy from Sydni Brown and that euro Delilah Van Campen through down was definitely one of the highlights of my day but those two, along with Kacey Gray and Tamaya Burks, are listed at 6'0 which forms a very intriguing front court of players that can control the inside. Burks, who is only a freshman, adds even more depth to that monster 2020 class in Texas and what I love about her game more than anything is her upside. Tamia Reese is listed just under 6'0 while she and the back-court of Helena Johnson and Mallory Gibson all played a part in the Silver Stars successful weekend.