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Super 60 Chicago: High School Recap 2018

The high school session in Chicago was definitely a main attraction. To see the size, skill, athleticism, from this group was impressive and many of them were young. Not many college programs pay attention to this area but there is talent here. Special thank to all the staff, trainers, and programs. Full Throttle Basketball, Next Level Hoops, Baylor Basketball, Mac Irvin Fire, all the parents and players.

NSR Evaluations:

Micah Grady, 5-2, guard, 2021, Baylor- Extremely active and aggressive when it comes to defense, all hustle player that gets on the floor for the loose ball. Plays uptempo, brings energy, high motor type player. Would like to see more guard skills, but defense is there.

Myjae Armstrong, 5-9, guard, 2019, Baylor- Can really play the passing lanes, grabbed a few steals by jumping the pass, attacks the basket, plays hard, hustles. Needs to continue to tighten up ball handling and add a consistent mid-range/outside shot.

Rashele Olatunbosun, 5-6, point guard, 2021- Has a nice shot, was able to knock it down from outside. Played well. Needs to continue to get stronger, tighten up the ball handling, and work on mid-range jumper.

Cailynn Dilosa, 5-2, point guard, 2021- Quick player, good hands, grabs steals on the defensive end, high motor player that plays hard. Needs to continue to work on having a consistent mid-range/outside shot.

Alexandria Malone, 5-11, forward, 2020, Baylor- Hard worker in drills, doesn’t quit. Would like to see more on the offensive end. Be more aggressive and physical, tighten up the ball handling and shooting, but played hard.

Jenyse McGinnis, 5-5, point guard, 2020, Portage Swift- Has a nice mid-range game, attacks the basket and finish with contact. Handles the ball well, nice guard skills. Needs to be more aggressive on the offensive end but played well. Will monitor progress.

Tiayanna Jackson, 6-6, center, 2019, Baylor- Cleans up in the paint, defends the basket, blocks shots, active on the boards, gets easy put backs. Can put the ball on the floor and push the tempo. Has very good hands, runs the floor, athletic, great length. Easy D1 lock.

Tahra Davis, 5-7, guard, 2020, Baylor- Displayed a nice outside shot, got back on defense, ran the floor. Needs to continue to get stronger, tighten up the ball handling, and be more aggressive on the offensive end. Played well.

Jaida McCloud, 6-2, forward, 2020, Baylor- Very good length, hard to get a shot up over her, runs the floor, can finish around the basket. Active on defense, gets most of her block shots/deflections/steals on defense. Needs to continue to work on footwork, mid-range/outside shot. Has major potential, especially with that size.

Alycia Patterson, 5-3, point guard, 2020, Baylor- No hesitation when it comes to scoring, if she’s open she will take the opportunity. Can get to the basket, handles the ball well, knocked it down from outside, played hard and competed.

NazLah Morrow, 6-0, forward, 2019, Baylor- In control, more finesse but still active in the paint. Grabs those rebounds and put backs, she cleans up down low. Good size, nice hands, and runs the floor. Utility player that does the dirty work. Must see player!

Aneesah Morrow, 6-1, guard, 2021, Baylor- Very aggressive and physical player, she will out work you and over power you. Brings energy to the game and attacks on both offense and defense. Versatile player that can put it on the floor and finish at the rim, also has good court vision with a nice assist game. Once she adds a mid-range/outside shot she will be un-guardable. A player to put on your radar.

Kiaria Brown-Shaw, 2019, point guard, Baylor- Strong physical guard that can play defense. Will attack the basket when its open, shares the ball, gets it to the open teammate.

Taylor Austin, 5-4, point guard, 2021 Lady Region- Can definitely handle the ball, shifty player, nice outside shot, quick, very good court vision, can make very good passes to the open teammate. Needs to continue to get stronger and have a consistent mid-range shot.

Akayhla Dixon, 5-9, forward, 2020, Baylor- Runs the lane and finishes at the basket, can finish tough shots, handles the ball well. Needs to get stronger, and continue to work on a consistent mid-range/outside shot. Played well, showed what she can do.

Nyasia Palmer, 5-10, forward, 2019, Pius XI- Very active player, always involved in the plays, stays on the boards. Attacks the basket when the lane is open, has a nice mid-range jumper, makes things happen. Impressed with her level of play.

Aniya Vaughns, 5-8, guard, 2019, Baylor- Played well, needs to be more aggressive on the offensive end, would like to see more guard play, hustles, and gets back on defense.

Makayla Weaver, 5-7, forward, 2019, Baylor- Nice all around game, showed an outside/mid-range shot, can get to the basket and finish with contact, handles the ball, good court vision, active on the offensive end, and made plays. Definitely came to compete.

Imani Mitchell, 5-6, point guard, 2020, Lady Hustle- Really showed a nice skill set, made some good decisions with the ball, has a nice pull up jumper, good ball handling skills, very good court vision, impressed with some of the passes she made. Has potential, will continue to monitor progress.

Kaye Clark, 5-8, point guard, 2019, Baylor- No stopping her on offense, she can get by you or make you pay from outside. Strong physical player that can get by you, attacks the rim, shoot the mid-range, and pull from outside. Aggressive on the defensive end as well, but she was very impressive to watch. A definite D1 lock to monitor.

Nia Williams, 5-7, guard, 2020, Baylor- Tough player, gets after it on defense, plays hard and hustles. Would like to see more aggressiveness on the offensive end. Needs to continue to tighten up the ball handling and work on shot.

Anija Payne 2019, Baylor- Good size and length, aggressive player, can score, versatile game, anything around the basket is pretty much made. Runs the floor, active on defense will get you steals, has a nice shot as well, a definite D1 player.

Alea Marks, 5-4, point guard, 2019- Played well, attacked the basket when it was open, got back on defense and stopped plays, displayed a nice outside shot, just needs to continue to tighten up the ball handling but played hard and competed.

Kennedy Harrell, 6-1, forward, 2020, Mac Irvin Fire- Did her job around the post area. Ran the floor, has good hands, shoots the jumper outside the key consistently, active on the boards, blocks shots, has good size. Needs to tighten up the ball handling, work on footwork down low, and 3pt shooting. Has a lot of potential, a player to monitor.

Cameron Williams, 6-3, forward, 2020, Mac Irvin Fire- Great size and length, runs the floor, athletic build, good hands, goes up strong, active on the boards, can put it on the floor and bring the ball up court, has a nice jumper around the basket. A definite D1 lock. Once she adds more footwork down low and a consistent mid-range/outside shot, she will be a mismatch problem all day.

Isabelle Bednarowski, 5-7, guard, 2019, Baylor- Didn’t quit on the play, hustled, attacked the basket when it was open. Needs to continue to tighten up the ball handling, get stronger, and have a consistent mid-range/outside shot.

Kyla Jones, 5-10, guard, 2019, Mac Irvin- Active hands, gets to the basket, to the rack when she see’s an open lane if no one cuts her off. Finishes around the basket, hustles. Needs to continue to tighten up ball handling and having a consistent mid-range/outside shot.

Timia Ware, 5-6, point guard, 2021, Mac Irvin- Very skilled guard, has nice handles, good court vision, will take advantage of the opportunity on offense when its given, can knock down the jumper/outside shot, goes up strong when attacking the basket. Player to put on your radar.

Ahsha Spencer, 5-8, point guard, 2019, Mac Irvin- Shifty player with handles, nice court vision that makes nice passes. Can get to the basket and finish, has a nice shot, would like to see some mid-range game. A player to watch!

Khaniah Gardner, 6-1, post, 2021, Baylor- Good size and length, runs the floor, good hands, great energy, uptempo player, athletic, needs to continue to work on footwork, finishing at the rim, but played well.

Kiara Herbert, 5-2, guard 2020, Baylor- Gets back on defense, runs the floor, has good energy, needs to be more aggressive on offense, tighten up the ball handling, but played well.

Aleena Mongerie, 5-7, guard, 2021- Not afraid of contact, will go grab rebounds and put backs, does the dirty work, hustles and plays defense. Would like to see more on the offensive end, but played hard.

Danyel Middleton, 5-10, forward, 2020, Mac Irvin Fire- Athletic, fast, strong, physical player, hustles with a high motor, brings energy. Crafty, handles the ball very well, can get to the basket, gets back on defense, fun player to watch. Definite D1 player to monitor.

Kayla Horton, 5-10, forward, 2021, The Shock- Played very well, good size and length, can put the ball on the floor and attack the basket, can step out and shoot from outside, active on both ends of the floor, able to block shots. Stays engaged in the action. Needs to get stronger and work on a consistent mid-range/outside shot. Definite player to monitor.

Leah Yarbrough, 6-0, forward, 2021- Very good size, runs the floor, good hands, like the hustle. Needs to continue to work on footwork/using her body down low, have to finish around the basket consistently. Has a lot of potential, will monitor progress.

Jayden Marable, 5-7, point guard, 2020, Mac Irvin Fire- Crafty player that can handle the ball, penetrates the lane, and pull up for the jumper, or get to the basket. Has a nice shot and makes plays. Needs to continue to get stronger and tighten up the defense. Has a lot of potential.

Alicia Hines, 5-5, point guard, 2018- Still available and should be picked up from a small D1, D2, or JUCO program. Quick, crafty, has nice handles, can get to the basket and finish at the rim, displayed a nice shot, see’s the floor, knows what to do with the ball. Nice last minute pick up for a program.

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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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