Posted On: 04/24/18 5:00 PM

The April live evaluation period kicked off this weekend and The Classic in Louisville was the destination for several clubs from Michigan. Programs such as 1Nation, Michigan Mystics, Michigan Storm and Michigan’s Finest had a heavy presence in several age groups as they took the floor against some of the best competition in the country. In an era where position-less basketball is increasing by the day, versatility on both ends of the court is in extreme demand.

 

Here’s a look at the 4 most versatile prospects I viewed over three days at The Classic in Louisville:

 

 

Cameron Grant (2020/6'2/Michigan Mystics Showtime)

 

Grant was a major factor in a Mystic win against Chicago Extreme on Friday night. Cameron caught my eye early in the first half when she grabbed a defensive board, proceeded to push the ball the length of the court and side stepped a defender before converting a layup. Those type of ball-skills aren't something you typically see from a 6'2 prospect. The Macomb Dakota sophomore was also utilized as the playmaker at the free throw line area against the zone defense where she displayed nice vision and hit cutters for easy layups. Grant also scored on a few putbacks in the first half after

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