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2017 Boo Williams Part 2

The Boo Williams tournament was the place to be, as it featured more talent and more teams to see in Hampton,VA. These are the sights from the EYBL and non-EYBL circuit put together. Standouts from Day 1 include:

Emily Engstler, 6-1, power forward, 2018, New Heights

Jaeona Sutton, 5-4, point guard, 2018, New Heights

Morgan Jones, 6-0, forward, 2018, Georgia Metros

Madisen Smith, 5-5, point guard, 2018, Georgia Metros

Caria Reynolds, 5-11, forward, 2018, Georgia Metros

Brittany Davis, 5-8, guard, 2018, Georgia Metros

Jada Claude, 6-0 power forward, 2018, Georgia Metros

Laeticia Amihere, 6-3, forward, 2019, Team Ontario

Keishana Washington, 5-6, point guard, 2018, Team Ontario

Zarielle Green, 6-1, guard, 2018, DFW Elite EYBL

Kayla White, 5-10, guard, 2018, DFW Elite EYBL

Krislyn Marsh, 6-1, power forward, 2018, DFW Elite EYBL

Harmoni Turner, 5-8, point guard, 2020, DFW Elite EYBL

Jada Walker, 5-7, point guard, 2021, BWSL 15U

Adriana Shipp, 5-10, forward, 2019, BWSL 15U

Elaina Chapman, 6-3, post, 2019, BWSL 15U

Ariel Johnson, 5-8, point guard, 2018, Cal Stars

Aquira DeCosta, 6-1, forward, 2018, Cal Stars

Haley Jones, 6-1, point guard, 2019, Cal Stars

Clair Steele, 5-5, point guard, 2018, Cal Stars

Neenah Young, 5-11, guard, 2018, Cal Stars

Hannah Jump, 5-11, guard, 2019, Cal Stars

Kenzie Forbes, 6-1, guard, 2018, Cal Stars

Azana Baines, 5-11, point guard, 2019, Books & Basketball

Maria Devincenzo, 5-4, point guard, 2018, Books & Basketball

Diamond Miller, 6-0, forward, 2019, Team Miller

LoLo Davenport, 6-0, forward, 2018, Pro Skills EYBL

Jordyn Oliver, 5-11, guard, 2019, Pro Skills EYBL

Sarah Andrews, 5-8, point guard, 2020, Pro Skills EYBL

Paris Netherly, 5-11, forward, 2018, Pro Skills EYBL

Jaden Owens, 5-8, point guard, 2019, CyFair EYBL

Christyn Williams, 5-11, guard, 2018, CyFair EYBL

Charli Collier, 6-5, power forward, 2018, CyFair EYBL

Madison Williams, 6-0, forward, 2018, CyFair EYBL

Sedona Prince, 6-7, Post, 2018, CyFair EYBL

Madeline Burke, 6-0, guard, 2020, Philly Belles EYBL

Diamond Bragg, 5-9, guard, 2018, Philly Belles EYBL

Faith Masonius, 6-1, forward, 2019, Philly Belles EYBL

Danielle Cosgrove, 6-4 post, 2018, Philly Belles EYBL

Ciaja Harbison, 5-6, point guard, 2018, KY Premier

Mykasa Robinson, 5-9, point guard, 2018, KY Premier

Koi Love, 6-0, forward, 2019, Essence

Destanni Henderson, 5-8, point guard, 2018, Essence

Nydia Lampkin, 6-3, power forward, 2018, Essence

Alex Scruggs, 5-10, guard, 2019, Carolina Flames EYBL

Jada McMillian, 5-7, point guard, 2018, Carolina Flames EYBL

Areon Laurent, 5-11, guard, 2018, Carolina Flames EYBL

Alyza Winston, 5-8, point guard, 2019, Michigan Crossover EYBL

Rickea Jackson, 6-3, guard, 2019, Michigan Crossover EYBL

Tomi Taiwo, 5-9, guard, 2018, Michigan Crossover EYBL

 

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We cover Girls Basketball and travel to so many places throughout the year looking for special talent, top teams, rival games, and playoffs! We decided to allow people to watch and getter a better understanding besides reading about it or seeing a photo of a player/team. Feel free to chime in and let us know what other talent is out there!

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