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Super 60 Ohio:Middle School Recap 2018

Quite a few nice young prospects that came to compete at Super 60 Columbus. Everyone was new, and they did a very good job during skills and games. Special thanks to everyone that came out: Moriah Jefferson (Las Vegas Aces), Full Throttle Basketball, Tony Condra, GrindHouse, ASGR, SCOH50, NSR, DeSean Williams (Photography), and many others.

 

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Evaluations by NSR:

J’Khya Jordan, 5-6, guard, 2022, Team Sol– Strong, physical guard that can score. Can handle the ball. Nice assist game, can get to the basket and finish at the rim with contact. A player to watch.

Adrena Gordon, 5-8, guard, 2024 SMAC– Good size guard, strong, physical player, handles the ball well. Has a nice shot from outside, has good court vision, played very well. A player to monitor.

Olivia Owens, 5-3, point guard, 2024 Team Knockdown– Defensive stopper, that’s how she gets her points. Active hands and always involved in the play. Pushes the tempo, runs the floor, and attacks the basket. Very impressed with her performance.

Trinity Cook, 5-8, forward, 2024 Team Knockdown– Good size and length, uses it to her advantage to get steals, active hands, runs the floor, finishes around the basket. Needs to continue to get stronger and to her footwork down low, but played very well.

Rylee Bess, 5-0, guard, 2025, Team Knockdown– Handles the ball well, has a nice shot for her age, attacks the basket, makes good decisions with the ball, and good court vision. Has an advanced skill set, has a lot of potential.

Emily Bratton, 5-0, point guard, 2024– Nice guard skills, good handles on the ball, and needs to keep that confidence when playing. Hustles on both ends of the floor and played hard. Needs to continue to get stronger and quicker as she gets older.

Emma Fouch, 5-7, guard, 2022, South Central Club– pure shooter, consistently knocked down the outside shot and shoots it off the dribble.

Layla Morse, 4-10, point guard, 2024, Diamond on the Hill– Good handle on the ball, size doesn’t matter as she plays with confidence. Plays hard on both ends with a good motor. Has a lot of potential, needs to continue to work on shooting but played well.

Alaina Keeney, 5-8, point guard, 2022, Dynasty– Good size guard, nice skill set, good handles, runs the floor, moves well without the ball. Would like to see more mid-range/outside shooting.

Lanae Riiley, 6-0, forward, 2022, Diamond in the Hill– Very good size, good hands, goes up strong in the paint. Good footwork as well, finishes around the basket, very impressed with her skill set. A player to look out for.

Riley Spangler, 5-6, guard, 2023, Buckeye Flyers– Hustles, active on defense, gets on the ground for loose balls, attacks the basket when its open, can finish at the rim. Plays hard. Needs to continue to get stronger and has a lot of potential.

Viviana Clayton, 5-7, guard, 2022, GHITP Finest– Good size guard, athletic, fast, has a good handle on the ball. She didn’t force the play, she shared the ball to the open teammate. Good court vision and makes the extra pass. Displayed a nice jumper.

Maggie Hillard, 5-5, guard, 2024, MWA Elite– Has good form, shoots it well, has good handles, plays hard on both ends. Needs to continue to get stronger and that will come with time, has a nice skill set for her age. Has a lot of potential.

Abbey Hicks, 5-5, guard, 2022, Dynasty– Actively around the ball, follows her shot, can put it on the floor, and get to the basket. Has good court vision, made some good passes to the open teammate. Needs to continue to tighten up the ball handling but played very well.

Kya Witwer, 4-9, point guard, 2025, Diamond on the Hill– Plays hard on offense and defense, doesn’t let anything bother her, plays her game, runs the floor, moves well without the ball. Needs to continue to tighten up the ball handling and be a little more aggressive on offense and attack the basket, but played well.

Aries Harris, 5-5, guard, 2022, GHITP Finest– Active on defense, plays the passing lanes, attacks the basket, can finish at the rim with contact, runs the floor, and can get the ball to the open teammate.

Kiaya Johnson, 4-8, point guard, 2025, IL Xcitement– Nice handle on the ball, size doesn’t matter as she plays with confidence. Picks up on defense, plays hard with energy. Has a lot of potential, needs to continue to work on shooting but played well.

Bailey Beckstedt, 5-6, point guard, 2022, Cap City Stars– Nice skill set, hustles on both ends of the floor, handles the ball well, good shooting form on her shot. Has very good court vision and makes good passes. Attacks the basket when the opportunity is there. Played well and will continue to monitor progress.

Destiny Jackson, 4-6, point guard, 2025, IL Xcitement– Brings the energy, makes plays, hustles, nice handles, attacks the basket, see’s the floor, gets the ball to the open teammate. A lot of potential, can be a problem as she continues to grow.

Ke’Ayla Madison, 5-3, point guard, 2023 All Iowa Attack– Smart, high I.Q player that does many things well. Advanced for her age, handles the ball very well, can get to the basket, good court vision, and can knock down the mid-range and outside shot. Has so much potential, a player to watch. Needs to work on decision making, a few times she should have just went up for the layup when she was at the rim instead of passing it.

Kinze Miller, 5-3, guard, 2022, Ohio Future– Played hard, attacked the basket and finished at the rim when the opportunity was there. Good court awareness, made good passes, needs to continue to get stronger, and work on quickness but played well.

Teagan Bartoe, 5-7, guard, 2023, WV Thunder– Nice guard skills, can get to the basket and finish with contact, shoots the mid-range/outside consistently, and active on both ends of the floor. Has the skills/potential to be very good. Will continue to monitor progress.

Aniya Martin, 5-4, point guard, 2022, KY Premier– Quick guard, very nice handles, athletic, too unselfish at times. Has the quickness to blow by her opponent every time, would like to see her be more aggressive on the offensive end. A player to be on the lookout for.

Cheyenne Caldon, 5-5, guard, 2022– Nice guard skills, definitely uses her moves, especially the pump fake to her advantage to create an opportunity for her. Smart player that hustles, and moves well without the ball.

Jaden Tucker, 5-3, point guard, 2024, Team Knockdown- Handles the ball well, active hands, moves without the ball to get open. Picks up on defense, plays hard and brings energy.

Rayanna Howell, 5-3, guard, 2024– Aggressive on the offensive end, knocked down the jumper, attacked the basket, and finished at the rim. Descent handles, pushes the tempo, has a lot of potential, will continue to monitor progress.

Trinity Jackson, 5-5, guard, 2024– Has good energy, active hands, involved in the plays. Used her length to her advantage and got steals, blocked shots, grabbed rebounds and put backs. Hustle player that does the little things. Has a lot of potential.

Na’tori Postell, 5-0, guard, 2023, NJ Sparks– Physical and aggressive, hustles, really plays both ends, especially on defense. Plays North and South and gets to the basket when the opportunity is open. Needs to continue to tighten up ball handling and work on a consistent shot.

Jayda Allie, 5-6, guard, 2023– Nice guard skills, see’s the floor, good court vision, active on both ends, shoots the ball well, and attacks the basket when its open. Makes good decisions with the ball.

Rylee, Allie, 5-4, guard, 2022– A play maker for sure. Gets to the basket, sets her teammates up to score, good court vision, pushes the tempo, handles the ball very well, will get down in the post and rebound, does the little things. A player to watch.

Alyssa Horsley, 2024– She can put the ball in the basket. Shoots it well from outside and drove it to the basket when the opportunity was there. Plays with confidence, has a nice skill set for her age. Played well and will continue to monitor progress.

 

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