Posted On: 06/22/22 8:35 AM

The PGH Circuit put a good number of Michigan basketball players in front of scouts and coaches this spring. They sent a message with their play to say the least. This is Part 5 of a series that aims to highlight some of the magnificent players and performances by athletes from Michigan on the circuit. Take a look at Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 below.

https://www.prepgirlshoops.com/2022/06/pgh-circuit-recap-magnificent-from-michigan-part-1/

https://www.prepgirlshoops.com/2022/06/pgh-circuit-recap-magnificent-from-michigan-part-2/

https://www.prepgirlshoops.com/2022/06/pgh-circuit-recap-magnificent-from-michigan-part-3/

https://www.prepgirlshoops.com/2022/06/pgh-circuit-recap-magnificent-from-michigan-part-4/

Anayya Davis Anayya Davis SF Henry Ford II | 2025 State MI (2025, SF, Michigan Goonies 2024, Henry Ford II)

Davis sent a message loud and clear while playing on the PGH Circuit. She was lights out attacking off the wing and burying jumpers like a true 3 level scorer. Davis showed that she has elite potential in the class of 2025.

Alison Farr Alison Farr 5'5" | PG Howell | 2025 State MI (2025, PG, PR1DE 2025, Howell)

I came away incredibly impressed after watching Farr play this spring. If you want a leader at your point guard position, she has all the makings of one. Farr also brings energy, ball handling, and the ability to get a bucket when her team needs one.

Sarah Laprairie Sarah Laprairie 5'7" | PG Stoney Creek | 2024 State MI (2024, PG, PR1DE 2024, Stoney Creek)

There was a lot to like about Laprairie’s

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