Posted On: 01/31/20 11:57 AM

Coppell and Prosper have quietly produced quality college prospects for years. This year is much like the other as both teams flooded the courts with talent. The eight young ball players made a big impression.

Megan O’Neil is your ace on the hole when it comes to three-point shooting. O’Neil made three shots from deep on the night, two were connected after she executed perfect footwork around flare screens.

Chloe Hassman held her own against D-1 signee Maddie Cleary. Hassman a junior for Coppell uses her length to benefits her on both sides of the ball. The extra reach allows her to finish in the paint against taller players. The pet pull up jumper she uses in the mid-range connects at a high rate.
Reagan Engler has big-time player potential. The 6 footer moves well on defense while having the physical tools to turn into a do it all hustle player.
Sophomore India Howard is rough around the edges but has the physical tools to excel. She’s Coppell’s second 6 foot underclassmen with the strength and coordination to earn minutes on a talented roster. When you calculate Howard’s length into her frame, it’s hard not to see how

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