Posted On: 01/5/19 7:33 AM

For the upper echelon of girls basketball prospects, junior year is where the rubber hits the road. By this point players have generally sorted themselves out into one of a few categories in the minds of college recruiters, whether that be high D1, mid-major, low D1 or Division 2. The first 10 games of the season are a great opportunity to either confirm that assessment or gradually nudge their status upwards. During last week’s holiday tournaments, the five players profiled here all raised their stock. The one player who really made a positive impression was Rogers guard Alaina Brenning.

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