Posted On: 02/25/21 7:48 AM

Prep Girls Hoops Michigan has updated it’s class of 2023 prospect rankings. There are some very talented players that have moved up the list. We looked at some of those athletes in Part 1. Moving Up The Rankings Part 1 – C/O 2023 In Part 2, we will look at some more prospects that have risen up the ranks.

Mia Zorski Mia Zorski 6'0" | C Clarkston | 2023 State MI (C, Clarkston)

Prep Girls Hoops Michigan Ranking:  #44

I really believe that Zorski deserves more recognition. She’s underrated in many aspects of her game. Zorski is an athletic post that can attack the glass. She has the ability to stretch the floor as well. Zorski will be a coveted prospect when it’s all said and done.

Alyssa Wypych Alyssa Wypych PG Rockford | 2023 State MI (PG, Rockford)

Prep Girls Hoops Michigan Ranking:  #47

Wypych played some tough basketball with West Michigan Drive over the grassroots season and has continued her strong play. I’ve been impressed with her long range shooting so far this season. She’s always had the ability to successfully guide and direct an offense.

Mary Copple Mary Copple PG Brighton | 2023 State MI (PG, Brighton)

Prep Girls Hoops Michigan Ranking:  #52

Copple has a pretty legitimate argument to be ranked even higher. She was impressive at the Prep Girls Hoops Michigan Top 250 and she is riding that success this high school season. She can handle and beat pressure in the backcourt and has a high basketball IQ.

Morganne Houk Morganne Houk SG Plymouth Christian | 2023 State MI (SG, Plymouth Christian)

Prep Girls Hoops Michigan Ranking:  #56

Houk has been a lights out scorer for Plymouth Christian so far this season. She can shoot off the dribble and the catch and really has no limit to her range. Houk needs the smallest of spaces to effectively and efficiently get her jumper off. She’s turning into a must see prospect.

Megan Leslie Megan Leslie SG Greenville | 2023 State MI (SG, Greenville)

Prep Girls Hoops Michigan Ranking:  #57

Leslie has made a big early statement this high school season. She is showing the potential to be an elite shooter in the class of 2023. Leslie spots up and stays balanced on her jumper. It will be fun to watch her development as an all around player over the next couple of years.

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