Posted On: 03/10/20 12:01 PM

March 8 at Southwest DeKalb High School played host to Georgia Metros tryouts. One of Georgia’s most prestigious programs with numerous future pros and coaches that went through the pipeline, the Metros have their sights set on the next batch of brand ambassadors as the 2020 travel season quickly approaches. Here are some quick notes from Sunday’s open run.

Guard Play in Good Hands

The top two guards in attendance looked like 2021 5-10 Cheyenne HollomanCheyenneHolloman5'10" | CGPope | 2021StateGA (Pope) and 2022 5-7 Bridget UtbergBridgetUtberg5'6" | CGWoodstock | 2022StateGA (Woodstock). The two could form an exciting backcourt. Holloman is a big guard with a physical frame that makes her impact felt in multiple areas. She does a good job of using her strength to defend smaller guards and keep them out of the lane. Offensively, Holloman is a skilled passer and a good shooter from range. The lefty can create her own offense off the dribble whether it be creating separation for jumpers or using her size to get to the basket.

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Utberg is a quick guard that is highlight material in the open floor. She’s good in transition but also can run an offense in the half court. She’s a dangerous

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