Posted On: 11/20/19 5:00 AM
One of the state’s premier returning players in the 2020 class, Lincoln College Prep guard Amari Conn is hoping for a full return this season after suffering a season-ending injury in the state playoffs last season.
The TCU commit is a 5’7 guard who enjoys playing a fast paced game, brings intensity at the defensive end of the court and plays an unselfish game. She averaged 14.5 points per game last season and helped her team advanced to the state championship. She suffered an ACL in the team’s regional contest, but was on hand to root for her team.
“Being on the bench cheering them on was something I learned from,” Conn said. “I knew we could do it if we just put our all in.”
Conn didn’t play during the offseason as she focused on her rehab and said the experience has been tough at times and hopes she will be able to come back in time for the second half of her senior season.
“Preparation for this season through rehab has been tough,” she says. “Some nights I still cry because I wish it never happened but other