Posted On: 11/1/18 11:34 AM

There is a crop of players in the Northern part of the state that are overlooked. One such player is Hanover Central's Amanda Schreiber. The 5'9 forward is a player who hasn't gotten much recognition but is going to see her recruiting take off over the next year. In Hanover Central's first game of the year, Schreiber scored 23 points and grabbed 15 rebounds. Last year, she averaged double-digit points for the season. This season you can expect that she will average close to a double-double throughout the season.

Schreiber is a tough-nosed player who really can do a lot of damage down in the post. She fights for rebounds and has a knack of being right where the ball is. Her hands are quick allowing her to get steals and last year she averaged over 3.5 a game. She has improved her shooting a lot over the past year as she has been working with a shooting coach. Her ability to shoot the ball from the outside and also do damage from inside makes her attractive to coaches. Schreiber told me that she loves being aggressive and getting as many rebounds as possible. Even though she is able to stretch out

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