Natalie Guanella

Posted On: 09/1/21 2:56 PM

The sophomore season is the biggest opportunity to make a jump, especially for players at bigger schools where it’s harder to contribute as a freshman. There are some huge movers in the class of 2023 Updated Rankings in the first update since completion of their sophomore season. The stock-risers who made the largest leaps are listed here:

Kenlee Durrill Kenlee Durrill 5'10" | PG Flatirons Academy | 2023 State CO - Flatirons Academy - #17 up to 6

  • Durrill did it two ways. She led her team to a state championship as the top Bison in points (16.3 PPG), steals (5.6 SPG), and assists (5.0 APG). And if a 1A title isn’t impressive enough, she was a top player on Premier’s EYBL 16U team canvasing the country with her aggressiveness. I’ll never understand why the state finals aren’t widely televised here, but those of us who streamed-in got to see just how good she is. Durrill started the game with a no-look assist and made the game so basic from there: Defense collapse? Kick. Defense overplay? Score. Her game is understated because she draws and plays off of two feet. She makes the easy play. We should chart hockey-assists because she forces the D to scramble so

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