Posted On: 09/9/19 5:54 AM
There's nothing like calling it early and like a Polaroid picture, watching it develop right before my eyes and most of the mentioned players I caught in elementary school where they made Tip Sheets and I said they would not only play at the next level but for many I said D1 prospects. The more I saw, the higher they went on my list because I saw progression and so many players start on fire early yet that flame doesn't get any hotter, I see things differently than most and I'm always right. I have three sets of doubles from the North Shore Fall League as I interact a little tennis in here and always remember, when I call it, game, set match !
Gracelynn Alvarez (PG) and Tierra Simon (P) Alvarez made her first Tip Sheet in the 6th grade and opened up her high school career by dropping 40. Now that I have your attention, I should have had it way before now, her versatility on both ends will be a key factor on how far Heights will go. Her range is unlimited, great