Posted On: 07/11/20 3:13 PM

Day three of the first session of the Nike Tournament of Champions featured a group of strong, skilled guards. I was impressed by how well all of them finished in contact and over length.

All Iowa Attack

2022 Trinity CheatomTrinityCheatom5'5" | PGDes Moines Roosevelt | 2022StateIA was dominant for the 10th grade Attack group, and she played with confidence. I enjoyed watching her thread the needle to find her teammates under the basket, and she’s a quick, pesky on-the-ball defender. Cheatom and many of her other teammates, including 2022 Zoey BuchanZoeyBuchan5'3" | PGJohnston | 2022StateIA and 2022 Emma Ingersoll-WengEmmaIngersoll-Weng5'4" | PGIowa City West | 2022StateIA, easily planted their feet on the move and knocked down the three. Buchan crashes the boards harder than I’ve seen any 5’5” point guard crash, and she finishes in a variety of ways. Another guard to note from this team is 2022 Meredith RiekerMeredithRieker5'10" | SGValley | 2022StateIA. Rieker shot the ball well and ran the floor hard in transition.

Team KC Hoops

As a young guard, 2024 Jadyn Wooten showed a lot of potential against a solid Attack team. She has a quick burst and can elevate over defenders in the lane. She proved to be

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