Posted On: 06/17/22 10:17 AM

The PGH Circuit is definitely a power player in the grassroots scene for girls basketball across the country. It’s provided a platform for basketball players nationwide to showcase their skills and provide them with an opportunity to show college coaches and basketball scouts why they should be considered legitimate next level prospects. Many players from the state of Michigan have either put their name on the map, cemented their spot as prospects, or risen up the ranks because of their play on the PGH Circuit this spring. Let’s take a look at some of those athletes.

Hailey Freshcorn Hailey Freshcorn 5'8" | PG Onsted | 2024 State MI (2024, PG, MSF Flight 16u, Onsted)

Freshcorn seems to do it year after year on the PGH Circuit. First of all, she’s a terrific leader. The type of leader and dedicated athlete that every college coach wants in their program. I believe that Freshcorn can match up with basically any guard in the state in her class. She can score at all 3 levels and will consistently set the table and get the ball where it needs to be.

Maddie Ebbert Maddie Ebbert 5'9" | CG Lake Orion | 2023 State MI (2023, CG, PR1DE 2023, Lake Orion)

Ebbert’s ability to play on and off the ball was impressive.

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