Posted On: 06/14/22 10:14 PM

Who said playmakers just played 1 position? These players from all different positions made sure to put their stamp on the game with their playmaking ability on both sides of the court. From getting a hockey assist on the offensive end, to getting stops on the defensive end these players left their mark.

Breanna Hubbard (Lady Dueces, MO #3)- Maybe one of the most physical players you’ll see all weekend, constantly looking for the contact even before she looks to make a play most of the time with or without the ball. From being physical on post ups, to getting open to go get the ball, she make sure she clears space to get the ball and goes to work. On the block she has good footwork, she showed she can spin, do an up and under, variety of moves down under the rim that will translate big time to the college level. Something most kids don’t have is a high motor but Breanna sprints the floor every possession on both ends, that’s something you can’t teach that Breanna has. With her playing the post she’s going to get fouled a lot for years to come, the pro to that

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