Posted On: 11/26/19 3:00 PM
As the first showcase for several of Kentucky's top teams this season, the Lady Chargers Hooparama is a place for players to show off as well. While that includes star seniors looking to finish their careers well, it's also an opportunity for underclassmen to show that they are worth keeping an eye on moving forward. Here are some of the younger players who impressed at Bullitt East.
Peyton Bradley, Meade County- We start out with the youngest player on this list. Despite only being a 7th grader, Bradley fit right in with a high powered Green Wave team. She played well, hustling all over the court and making smart plays. She was also able to draw fouls with her aggressive plays, an impressive skill for a younger player to have. In making an impact so early, Bradley is putting herself on the radar as a potential future star.
Raigin Price, Webster County- In a day filled with some of the top players in the state, Price may have been the most impressive defender at the Hooparama. She was all over the passing lanes, coming up with steal after steal. She was then able to make plays in transition to convert those steals