Posted On: 06/19/22 6:43 AM

Many stars of tomorrow were on hand at the event, again, if you email your daughter’s number from the event, I can give a more detailed evaluation of her. My car was broken into, my notes were stolen, I’m a visual person so based on who I know and have seen at numerous events, here are some of the standouts

Ivy Powell

Powell had a new nickname I started calling her this season and it’s "Poison Ivy" because she has taken a huge step forward on both ends of the court. Her first step created problems in both the skills and 5-on-5  but she’s long and athletic with a jumper and did a good job playing the passing lane

Hope Edwards Hope Edwards 5'6" | PG Leander | 2025 State TX

Edwards has an explosive first step and attacks the basket powerfully but what I really enjoy even more is her body control to finish, even after contact but she can drop the midrange as well as the long-range by creating her shot and she also applies nicely on the ball pressure on the defensive end

Abigail Seitz

Seitz was a huge surprise, I knew she could play but I didn’t realize she had taken her game to

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