Posted On: 02/9/20 2:46 PM

On the first day of the 46th annual Carrollton Invitational tourney we had the typical games where the higher seeds dominate the lower seeds. That does not outweigh the opportunity to see so many players in a one day window. In this article I cover some of the most impressive college prospects that I saw throughout the tourney. After day one the games got tighter and you could see how the girls reacted to the more intense atmosphere. Most of these girls are NAIA/D3 prospects, but there are plenty of colleges looking for those players.

Jerseyville was the number one seed and has one of the top prospects in the tourney. Clare Breden is a 5'5 2021 guard that shows a high level combination of athletic ability and basketball ability. She is quick and fast with the ball. Not only does she have that burst in her first step but she translates that into speed with the ball going 94 feet. Clare has deep range on her 3-point shot and is deadly with a set of runners/floaters that she can off over taller players. Boston Talley is a 5'9 2021 forward that has always had some scoring ability. She is a

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