Posted On: 08/17/19 7:50 AM
The 2019 grassroots season has come and gone, and teams are already starting to take shape for 2020. But before that happens, I wanted to have a little fun and take the time to reflect on some of the notable players from this past season. These aren't necessarily the most talented prospects in their respective programs, as much as they are ladies who stood out for one reason or another because of their play. Also, there are likely a few players who could qualify for multiple categories, but I have decided to limit each person to just one accolade. Below is a look into some of the Always 100 girls who stood out in 2019.
MacKenzie McMahon, 2020, 5-11 F, Bellmont H.S., Always 100-Wright 17U
This was actually a fairly easy choice for me, because not only did MacKenzie improve her recruiting, she came out of seemingly nowhere to put herself on the map. She is a strong, very athletic forward who plays with a tremendous motor (and could certainly have won that category too). I'm not sure there are any/many kids who run the floor in transition with her effort. She plays with some