Posted On: 10/11/19 10:28 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY- OK
Going into the 2019-2020 season, there’s numerous players to look over. This season, the senior class by far leads in impressive performances. Amongst the class, numerous athletes arise as dominant prospects going into the season.
Point guard Rylee Langerman heads into her senior season at Christian Heritage Academy(CHA) averaging 10.7 points, 5.6 rebounds, and 3.6 assists, along with 3.4 steals a game. With leading her Crusaders to back to back state titles, there’s no question why Langerman’s a Division I commit to the University of Arkansas. Langerman is determined to go out with a bang with a title run this season. Being 5’9”, Langerman is able to take swift strides to the basket and get her team the win. Langerman is also tremendous on defense, striking at any chance she gets.
Center Olivia Clayton is coming off of a tremendous junior season at Checotah, now as a senior, there’s no doubt that all eyes will be on her this season. Clayton, at 6’2”, takes advantage of her height and is able to see the floor from all angles, attack the basket, as well as come up on big defensive plays. Clayton has a tremendous presence on the court and is always looking one play ahead. Clayton is determined more than ever to make an impression, her Checotah team is ready to fight.
Though only 5’3” Zinn claims dominance on the court in every game. at guard, Zinn is a dynamic shooter and is able to stride to the basket with ease. Zinn, heading into her senior year at Anadarko highschool, helped lead her team to their first state title since 2012. Under her leadership, the team had a 27-3 record on the season, one of the best in school history. This season, there’s no doubt Zinn will be back in title contention and on the journey of claiming the title once again.