Posted On: 02/12/19 9:55 PM
College programs are always in need of versatile players that can impact the game in multiple ways. Length and versatility is highly sought after and for obvious reasons. Players that can play inside and out are more likely to get playing time on most teams, because they can do different things to help their team win. Washington's class of 2022 has exceptional wing play all around. Below are some of the wings to keep an eye on moving forward.
Some wings to watch:
2022 Drea Brumfield, 6'2, SF, WF West HS- A versatile perimeter performer that can truly play multiple positions at 6'2. She is extremely long and has a good feel for the game. She has been an immediate impact player at the varsity level with her ability to run the floor and score the ball inside. She gets a lot of reps at the point guard position for WF West and her ball handling is well above average for her height. Drea is a high major prospect.
2022 Avery Watkins, 6'1, SG, Kennedy Catholic HS- First and foremost, Avery is a powerful athlete. She has an ideal frame for the Division 1 level and uses it well to