Monday, June 19, 2017

DIARY OF A FEMALE BALLER: KAYLA BECKFORD 2022 (NEW JERSEY SPARKS) ENTRY #2

Kayla, Vivian Stringer & Sparks Teammates


Hello Basketball World, this is Kayla checking in for Week 2.

Monday - Since it was so hot, I had a early dismissal at school. That gave me time to chill out
before my workout at the park. Today's workout was extra hard dealing with the heat. Then I
went to the YMCA to get some shots up.

Tuesday - Today was even HOTTER than yesterday. That meant early dismissal for today as
well. I had speed and agility and a basketball workout after. I had a great speed and agility
workout, probably my best one since I started at that place. In my basketball workout I was
getting really down on myself for messing up. By the end I was making more shots and got it
together.

Monday, June 12, 2017

DIARY OF A FEMALE BALLER: KAYLA BECKFORD PATERSON, NJ 2022 (NEW JERSEY SPARKS) ENTRY #1


KAYLA & DAD

Hello Basketball, World my name is Kayla Beckford, and this is my first week of a Diary of a Female Baller. First, I would like to thank Gthing Basketball for this opportunity in letting me inform you guys on what goes on daily in my life.

Monday - Today I went on my 7th grade end of the year school field trip to Point Pleasant Beach in NJ. It started to rain towards the end, but as long as I was with my friends I was fine and having a good time. On the way home from my field trip the bus broke down and we had to wait 45 minutes for another bus to come and another 30 minutes to get back to school. When we finally got back to school my father was there to pick me up and bring me home. We were home for about an hour until it was time to get to my daily workout sessions. My strength and conditioning workout lasted 45 mins and next I was on my way to my basketball workout. My basketball workout consisted of creating space on the shot off  the dribble and making moves to the basketball. As you can see I had a long day and I was very tired when I got home so I took a shower and went straight to bed.

Tuesday - It was a regular day at school for the most part reviewing for upcoming finals and essays. I got home and finished my homework. I went to my speed and agility workout and I felt good after because I think I worked extremely hard. Then I went on to the basketball training. I was a little tired and my arms felt heavy but I got through it.

Wednesday - In school today I took my math final. I’m not really sure about how I did, some questions I was prepared for and the others were challenging. I got home and immediately started working on finishing the rough draft of my DBQ essay. On the way to the park for conducting workouts, I studied for a vocabulary test I’ll be having tomorrow. After the park I went the gym. In my basketball training, I worked on making moves to the basket and on my shot. I did a little agility drills after and stretched. Today was my BEST workout so far this week...

Thursday - I took Language Arts Literacy finals today and I felt really confident that I got if not all but most of the questions correct. Got home and edited my essay now due on next Monday. In basketball workouts I worked on creating a shot for myself off of the jab step. I went light on the speed and agility workout because I had a long day of working out nonstop. Finished up at workouts and ended the night with working on my essay.

Friday - Today was my day off since I've been going hard all week long. I finished up my essay and had my mom read over it. I fell asleep watching the Finals and that sucked because I was​ rooting for the Cavs and they won Game 4. Even though I didn't get to watch the whole game, I was happy that the Cavs didn't get eliminated.

Saturday - I woke up early in preparation for the Seton Hall University Elite Camp and my flight to Memphis for  the Insider Exposure Jr. All American Camp. I was really looking forward to going to Seton Hall being that one of  Paterson’s greatest, Taylor Brown goes there. I had a lot of fun playing and also because I took a tour. Right after I was on my way to the airport to go to Memphis, Tennessee. The plane ride was good, except for that my ears were hurting after. My dad and I enjoyed the cool weather and went out to eat. We finished eating and went to our hotel where we showered and slept.

Sunday - Today was the day of the Insider Exposure Jr. All American Camp. I ate breakfast at the hotel and went to the gym early. Like many other camps we stretched out and drilled (we did some FUN/interesting drills with tennis balls) before the real games began. I played 3 games and made the All-Star team and my team won. It was good playing with different players from all over the country, I like playing an open freestyle game. We were able to read & react while playing off each other. I had a great working out with the college players that coached us. I saw some of the girls I met back in April in Dallas at EGB Middle School All American Games, we are all working to get better at BALL. My flight back to New Jersey got delayed TWO HOURS... So I'll be getting home around 1 am.  BALLER’S LIFE :(

Sunday, June 4, 2017



LINWOOD, NJ - GTHING had it's first One Day Spring Showdown. We knew that it had the potential to be a good event, but we weren't sure, because of the small North Eastern that touch down on the East Coast May 13. With the weather being a major factor we just prayed for the teams that were coming from out of town a safe travel, but like I thought and I really knew in my heart that no torrential down pour would stop this basketball event, because we are talking AAU. This is the season when we all get a chance to see some of the top kids across the State and Country pair up with one another or go against each other at a very high level. Spring Showdown got off to a slow start, but we were able to pull it off, thanks to a good staff. I actually realize that running your own event is more detail then I ever would've imagine. So for those that do host there own event much respect to you and your staff or organization. It was fascinating to see the young baller kids play the way they did for such a early start, I know that's tough for a parent on a Saturday morning when you have to drive Two Hours away in pouring down raining. Trying to get a youngster out of the bed and house must be a task, but that is the life of AAU, if you are in it full the long haul then strap up and see where this ride will take you. 


Hope Masonius  - Guard - New Jersey Belles - (2024) - Scored 22 Pt's in the Championship game and she made that look real easy. Controls the pace of the game, Smooth... Nice shot... Poise... High IQ... Being a good fundamental player is in her blood.


Dayna Tirado - Forward - IExcel - (2020) - The 6'1 forward has develop a tremendous 10 - 12 foot shot, her game has really expanded to the outside. College frame ready in then some, her versatility will be a key asset. Consistent mid-range gamer... Active in the lane... Excellent footwork... Size and strength... High prospect for 2020 class...


Heaven Figueroa - Guard - IExcel - (2020) - Show improved type guard. Just coming back off a foot injury, but didn't show no signs of that when she was on the floor. Still looks explosive, in every way imaginable. Quick... Creates... Explosive... Handle...


9th Grade Champion - IExcel

Sasha Lemons - Guard - Exclusive - (2024) - Young and plays with a lot of emotion, raw in should be able to come into her own in a few years. Vocal leader... Strong upper body... Fast... Aggressive... Attacks... Big heart...



Ariel Jenkins - Post - Team Miller - (2021) - In they say you can't teach height. Well that saying is definitely true, but this 6'4 prospect is being teach right in every way there is possible. Jenkins has a enormous upside that I cant even image, she knows how to fill the lanes and use her strong upper body for leverage. Interior presence... Shot Blocker... Size and Strength... Clogs lanes... High ceiling...



Zyheinna Swint - Post - IExcel - (2020) - Swint is starting to put a lot of things together on the court as of lately, the 6'3 forward showed some exceptional moves at the One Day Spring Showdown. Long lanky frame... Alters shots... Long arms... Length.... Can reach a high ceiling...


Aliyah Boston - Guard - Central Jersey Cardinals - (2023) - The lefty displayed a ton of moves while attacking the basket, Boston has great knowledge for the game and will continue to make noise in the 2023 class. Lefty... Quick off dribble... Attacks the basket consistently... Athletic... Good size... Swag... Floor general...


8th Grade Champion - AC Stars

Kayla Beckford - Combo Guard - New Jersey Sparks - (2022) - One of the most skilled 7th graders in the State Of New Jersey, maturity starting show on the court. Can score from any angle on the court. Scorers mentality started at a young age... Shoots the 3 ball well... Handle... High IQ... Attacks the rim on different occasions...



Quanirah Montague - Forward - Exclusive - (2023) - Lanky raw prospect who could become a overall good player, with a little more skill work Montague should definitely turn some heads. Rebounds... Mean streak... High flyer... Shot blocker... Raw...



Skye Owens - Guard - IExcel - (2022) - Wow would be your first impression of Owens, has risen above her level of play against upper and underclassmen. Always playing with a high motor, but knows how to control the pace of the game. Small with big heart... Mature... Ultra lighting... Uptempo... Leadership... Crafty... Handle...


7th Grade Champion - New Jersey Sparks

Trinty Wilson - Forward - Central Jersey Cardinals - (2024) - Big T put some work in at the Spring Showdown, Trinity was rebounding the ball very well on a guard ridden team. Wilson has good size... Height is there... Good hands... Soft touch...



Rachel Gordon - Guard - New Jersey Sparks - (2022) - Knows how to play the game and peak at the right time. Physical type guard with a smooth type of game. Offensively skilled... Playmaker... Adores contact... Strong... 


Kayla Navarro - Guard - Central Jersey Cardinals - (2025) - Young speedy guard with a whole bunch of potential, likes playing a quick pace. Likes to be in charge. Small frame... Handle... Efficient... Creates... 


Marianna Papazeglou - Forward - AC Stars - (2021) - Had a Good showing at the One Day Spring Showndown, Marianna carried her team on her back with a huge win over a tough Team Miller team to win the Championship. Highly skilled... Scores around the box area at a high percentage... Good size... Strong frame... Excellent footwork...


6th Grade Champion - New Jersey Belles

Naijah Vann - Guard - IExcel - (2021) - Another playmaker in the back court for IExcel, very impress of lately on the way Vann handles the pressure when playing up or playing against bigger and strong opposition. Breaks defender down at will... Uptempo... Handle... Attacks the basket... Quick... Flare to her game...


Janel Moore - Guard - IExcel - (2021) - The quite assassin, has left a mark on every court she has played on. Moore just go's out in play the game, she doesn't say much on the court she just let's her game speak for it's self. Played in Dallas at the EGB ALL AMERICAN GAME in did well against some of the toughest competition in the country. Poise... Unselfish... Looks for teammates in transition... Handle... Calm... Strong upper body...


Christina Midgette - Guard / Forward - Team Miller - (2022) - Midgette is a very unique player, she can either play the guard or forward spot with easy. We were shock of the athleticism that the 5'10 display that week in the event. Athletic... Good size... Can switch up position... Can put the ball on the floor... Creates in open space... Leaper... 


5th Grade Champion - Central Jersey Cardinals

I like to thank all those that attend my event. Sorry that I'm just getting the write up's out, put my mother was gravely ill, she is doing much better now. Thanks to the grace of God.









    





Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Gthing Basketball One Day Spring Showdown 4th Grade Division Schedule



Gthing One Day Spring Showdown 4th Grade Division Schedule is listed below.
You must be on time for all games and It's Mandatory you check in with site director to play all games. Schedule is subject to change but you will be notified in advance. Belhaven Middle School is approximately 200 feet from Mainland School

POOL A
1. CENTRAL JERSEY CARDINALS - WHITE 
2. CENTRAL JERSEY CARDINALS - RED
3. SHORESHOTS

SATURDAY MAY 13TH
9:10 AM A1 - A3 (BELHAVEN GYM)
12:40 AM A2 - A3 (BELHAVEN GYM)
3:00 PM A1 - A2 (BELHAVEN GYM)
5:20 PM CHAMPIONSHIP (MAINLAND COURT 2)
Gthing Basketball One Day Spring Showdown 5th Grade Division Schedule



Gthing One Day Spring Showdown 5th Grade Division Schedule is listed below.
You must be on time for all games and It's Mandatory you check in with site director to play all games. Schedule is subject to change but you will be notified in advance. Behaven Middle School is approximately 200 feet from Mainland School

POOL F
1. NEW JERSEY BELLES
2. CENTRAL JERSEY CARDINALS 
3. EXCLUSIVE

SATURDAY MAY 13TH
8:00 AM FI- F3 (MAINLAND COURT 1)
10:20 AM F2 - F3 (MAINLAND COURT 1) 
12:40 PM F1 - F2 (MAINLAND COURT 2)
3:00 PM CHAMPIONSHIP (MAINLAND COURT 2)
Gthing Basketball One Day Spring Showdown 6th Grade Division Schedule



Gthing One Day Spring Showdown 6th Grade Division Schedule is listed below.
You must be on time for all games and It's Mandatory you check in with site director to play all games. Schedule is subject to change but you will be notified in advance. Behaven Middle School is approximately 200 feet from Mainland School

POOL S
1. EXCLUSIVE
2. CENTRAL JERSEY CARDINALS
3. NEW JERSEY BELLES
4. AC STARS - FADER

SATURDAY MAY 13TH
9:10 AM S2 - S3 (MAINLAND COURT 1)
11:30 AM S1 - S3 (MAINLAND COURT 2)
11:30 AM S2 - S4 (BELHAVEN GYM)
1:50 PM S1 - S4 (BELHAVEN GYM)
4:10 PM CHAMPIONSHIP (BELHAVEN GYM)




Gthing Basketball One Day Spring Showdown 7th Grade Division Schedule



Gthing One Day Spring Showdown 7th Grade Division Schedule is listed below.
You must be on time for all games and It's Mandatory you check in with site director to play all games. Schedule is subject to change but you will be notified in advance.  Belhaven Middle School is approximately 200 feet from Mainland School

POOL V
1. NEW JERSEY BELLES
3. AC STARS - FADER
4. NEW JERSEY SPARKS

SATURDAY MAY 13TH
3:00 PM V3 - V4 (MAINLAND 1)
5:20 PM V1 - V4 (MAINLAND COURT 1)
7:40 PM CHAMPIONSHIP (MAINLAND COURT 1)

Gthing Basketball One Day Spring Showdown 8th Grade Division Schedule


Gthing One Day Spring Showdown 8th Grade Division Schedule is listed below.
You must be on time for all games and It's Mandatory you check in with site director to play all games. Schedule is subject to change but you will be notified in advance. Belhaven Middle School is approximately 200 feet from Mainland School

POOl E
1. TEAM MILLER
2. KJ BASKETBALL
3. AC STARS - FADER
4. EXCLUSIVE 

SATURDAY MAY, 13TH
9:10 AM E2 - E3 (MAINLAND COURT 2)
10:20 AM E1 - E4 (BELHAVEN GYM)
12:40 PM E1 - E3 (MAINLAND COURT 1)
1:50 PM E2 - E4 (MAINLAND COURT 2)
4:10 PM CHAMPIONSHIP (MAINLAND COURT 1)

Gthing Basketball One Day Spring Showdown 9th Grade Division Schedule


Gthing One Day Spring Showdown 9th Grade Division Schedule is listed below.
You must be on time for all games and It's Mandatory you check in with site director to play all games. Schedule is subject to change but you will be notified in advance. Belhaven Middle School is approximately 200 feet from the Mainland School

POOl N
1. IEXCEL
2. MID JERSEY HEAT
3. AC STARS
4.



SATURDAY MAY, 13TH
11:30 AM N3 - N2 (MAINLAND COURT 1)
1:50 PM N1 - N3 (MAINLAND COURT 1) 
4:10 PM N2 - N1 (MAINLAND COURT 2)
6:30 PM CHAMPIONSHIP (MAINLAND COURT 1)


Wednesday, May 3, 2017

IMAGE PROFILE: OLIVIA LAWLOR (New Jersey CRUSADERS)

Name: Olivia Lawlor

AAU Team: New Jersey Crusaders

Class: 2022

State: NJ

Position: Post

Height: 5'11

Event: Cardinals Tip Off Classic

Profile: Consider a post as of right now unless she develops a huge outside game. Physical in brings a mean streak to her game, Long and active, Runs floor well, Defends, High ceiling, excellent foot work. 





IMAGE PROFILE: DANIELA PERALTA (NEW JERSEY CRUSADERS)

Name: Daniela Peralta 

AAU Team: New Jersey Crusaders

Class: 2022

State: NJ

Position: Guard

Height: 5'2

Event: Cardinals Tip Off Classic

Profile: Small athletic uptempo point guard, gets out and runs with the rock. Quick, Fast handle, High arching jump shot, Moves well without the ball. 






Saturday, April 29, 2017

IMAGE PROFILE: GRACIE SUNDBACK (STATEN ISLAND DIAMONDS)

Name: Gracie Sundback

Team: Staten Island Diamonds


Class: 2023


State: NY


Position: Guard


Height: 5'7


Event: Cardinals Tip Off Classic


Profile: Sundback is a right handed guard, but easily can go left and does go left often. She has good court vision, strong with playmaking ability. Good size right now, handle and control. Leader, hasn't develop a strong jump shot yet.  

Friday, April 21, 2017



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE IEXCEL SOPHOMORE TEAM WHO WAS ASKED TO PLAY IN THE NIKE EYBL BRACKET AT THE BOO WILLIAMS TOURNAMENT IN HAMPTON VIRGINIA APRIL 28th THRU 30thTHE IEXCEL ROSTER IS MADE UP OF THE FOLLOWING TALENTED PLAYER. THEY WILL COMPETE AGAINST SOME OF THE BEST PLAYERS IN THE COUNTRY DURING THAT VIEWING PERIOD GOOD LUCK LADIES.

IEXCEL SOPHOMORE TEAM

ALEXIS  MORAGNE  
GUARD
5-6     
23   
BERKSHIRE SCHOOL
2019               

 
TANIYA HANNER         
FORWARD
6-1
25                 
ROSELLE CATHOLIC HS
2019

MYA BEMBEY                
GUARD
6-0
10                 
WEST ORANGE HS
2019

 

BIANCA GLOVER          
FORWARD
6 -2
42                
NEWARK TECH HS
2019

 
JANAYSHIA BROWN         
GUARD
6-1
 7                 
THE PEDDIE SCHOOL
2020

 
CASSIDY ROBERTS    
GUARD
5-6                    
12               
LONG ISLAND LUTHERAN HS
2019


 
KAYLA MORRIS         
FORWARD
6-2             
15              
SCANLON HS
2020

JADE HILL                  
FORWARD
6-2         
35             
ST JOSEPH HS - CONNECTICUT
2019

DEVYN SCOTT            
GUARD
5-7
 1                
GILL ST BERNARD HS
2020

Monday, April 17, 2017

THE NEW JERSEY CARDINALS TIP OFF CLASSIC SUMMARY RECAP.


The Tip Off Classic had 7 location, Gthing decided to head to the brand new Sportika Event Center in Manalapan, NJ. They had 7 Full Courts, new air conditioning system, game room, waiting area, state of the art facilities. This event was hosted by the Central Jersey Cardinals and there program director Kristen Somogyi who knows a lot about the game of basketball since she is New Jersey's Girls All-Time scoring leader in high school. 


There was a lot of talent in the building this day, one in particular was 19" Jenna Jordan who showed off some good foot work, she is polished in the paint and can give slower big's some down low problems, on the other hand her teammate 21" Izzy Pellecchia will be a player you need to keep your I on this summer and she is playing up. One of good games of the day was New Jersey Belles who faced Books & Basketball. Gthing hasn't seen 18" Ryan Weise play since going to high school, she has develop a lot and has been working on her game. Weise was making things look easy from the outside against a tough BBA team who was battling injuries, 19" Azaina Baines was out, 19" Leah Johnson who we should expect should have a good season got injured, then there was 18" Imani Lewis who has been stepping up her game every AAU season, Lewis size and speed creates problem guarding her on the wing where she is best suited. Both IExcel teams where in the building, there 9th grade team which was playing up did a tremendous job against a well coached Lehigh Valley Fever team. 20" Dayna Tirado is starting to expand her game to the outside more, knocking down consistent 10-12 footer, 22" Skye Owens is always looking gassed up with her great ball handling ability to break defenders down at a young age, whereas there 10th grade team feature some true sure to be highly major D1 kids. Janayshia Brown 20" IExcel 6'2 long frame can get out in go, crazy length and skill to go along with her developing offensive game, Mya Bembey 19" has also stepped her game up shooting a high percentage shot and driving to the basket were she gets fooled most of the time by attacking the rim with her athletic ability. Jasmine Lyles 20" Central Jersey Cardinals had a good showing, major upper body strength helps her absorb the contact while in attack mode, has gotten a lot better putting the ball on the floor in big games, we got a chance to see underrated guard 18" Jessica Beck BBA who shot lights out at the Tip Off she is a steal if your looking for a two. New New Jersey Belle 18" Mya Grimes put in some work on day 2 at the Tip Off Classic, at 6'0 she showed the other forwards and post player how it was to be done, crashing the boards and getting second chance shots is what Grimes lives for. Undersized she is in the post but her heart and determination is what stands out most about her. I was mostly impressed with the youngsters at this event one that stood out was Staten Island Diamonds 22" Grace Sundback who will be definitely talked about in the near future, good size and ball handle should keep Sundback relevant. Crusaders 22" 5'11 Olivia Lawlor should be a high prospect for this class provided that she keeps on working because the sky is the limit for Lawlor. Wing and post player as of right now, depends on the growth spurt in the future to see what position Olivia will play, raw as of right now, but it looks bright. 


  


Tuesday, April 11, 2017

DIARY OF A FEMALE BALLER: BRYNN FARRELL (METUCHEN, NJ) ENTRY #8

BRYNN & KERRI

Hello Basketball World, this is Brynn checking in for week #8.

Monday: Boring day at school today. I have a lot of test this week before we are off for spring break so we mostly just reviewed in classes. After school I was going to go to the boy’s first high school baseball game at home, but then I ran into some of the boys from the basketball team and we decided to play two on two. We played in the gym for about an hour and a half. It was a great workout playing with them and it gave me a chance to play against bigger and more physical players which I need to do more.

Tuesday: I had to go in early today since it is the first day of PARC testing for me. Since I am taking PARCI don’t have any of my morning classes. Tonight was the worst practice that I have had in a long time.  I just was not having a good night and didn’t want to be there. I left totally frustrated and upset. I hope next practice will be better. I have two tests tomorrow, so I just studied when I got home and went to bed.

Wednesday: I went in early again today for my PARC testing, but left after the test was over because I felt horrible. I had the worst stomach ache and needed to go home and lay down. It was a bad day to leave since I had two tests to take, but my teachers said I could make them up tomorrow. I was feeling better after dinner so I went for a long run with my friend around town. Then when I got home my sister and I did our ab workout. 

Thursday: Today was my last day of PARC and I had to take my two makeup tests. I had studied a lot for both, so I think I did really well on them. One of my best friends is having surgery tomorrow to get her tonsils out, so we went over to her house after school just to hang out together for a little while and have dinner. Tonight’s practice was great. We were back into our flow and worked out most of the night with the older girls. We ran a lot of drills and then scrimmaged.
  
Friday: Last day of school and we are on spring break! Luckily my teachers did not give us a lot of homework over break. After school I was going to go to the baseball game but it was rained out so I just went home and started packing for vacation. Practice got moved an hour earlier tonight, so we had to leave for Franklin before dinner. Practice was pretty easy tonight since we have games at the Rose Classic on Sunday. I think the team is starting to come together again and is playing well. I hope we do good on Sunday, I don’t know the teams we are playing yet.
  
Saturday: Today I just hung out all day with my friends. In the afternoon, we all shot around in the backyard for a while and then went bowling after dinner. After bowling, everyone came back to my house to hang out. We ordered food and watched a movie.
     
Sunday: My dad and I headed to Brooklyn early this morning for our games at the Rose Classic. Our first game was good and we won. The whole team contributed and we were making a lot of shots. The second game we won by 1. We didn’t play a great first half and I sat out a lot. We were down by at least 10 points going into the second half. But In the second half we picked it up and played much better. We had played this team in the fall and they were a really good and really tall team. I think we lost the game in the fall so we were happy that we got this win. I am so excited to be going on vacation tomorrow, I can’t wait.



Saturday, April 8, 2017

IMAGE PROFILE: ANTONIA PANAYIDES (SHORESHOTS)

Name: Antonia Panayides

Team: Shoreshots

Class: 2021

State: NJ

Position: Guard

Height: 5'7

Event: Spring Kick Off

Profile: Point guard who can beat you with her skill rather then beat you with a Euro Step, she just go's out in get's the job done. Skilled, Feisty, Scores mentality, Attacks the rim, Knows the game of basketball, Plays hard.
IMAGE PROFILE: KELSEY BESS (PHILLY TRIPLE THREAT) 

Name: Kelsey Bess

Team: Philly Triple Threat

Class: 2023

State: PA

Position: Wing

Height: 5'8

Event: Spring Kick Off

Profile: Huge upside for bess, she has good size for a young age. Kelsey has a great shot selection in seems to not never rush her shot, Good forum, Shoots well, Streaky shooter, Big wing, Size, Can finish around the basket.

Friday, April 7, 2017


IMAGE PROFILE: KHALIS WHITTING (PHILLY TRIPLE THREAT)

Name: Khalis Whitting

Team: Philly Triple Threat

Class: 2022

State: PA

Position: Combo-Guard

Height: 5'5

Event: Spring Kick Off

Profile: Strong combo-guard, who can score at will. Plays with a lot of intensity, likes to attack the rim, Handle, Finishes at basket, Strong upper body, Shoots fairly well for a youngster.
IMAGE PROFILE: TAYLOR GIBSON (MARYLAND FINEST) 

Name: Taylor Gibson

Team: Maryland Finest

Class: 2021

State: MD

Position: Post

Height: 6'2

Event: Spring Kick Off

Profile: Not the first time Gthing seen Taylor before, But this was the first we saw her in Jersey. Gibson is getting better everytime she touches the floor, Smooth with a soft touch. Good hands, Runs floor, Strong, Size and strength, Huge upside, High prospect for 2021.


Thursday, April 6, 2017

IMAGE PROFILE: HAVEN DORA (SHORESHOTS)

Name: Haven Dora

Team: Shoreshots

Class: 2022 

Position: Point-Guard

Height: 4'10

Event: Spring kick Off

Profile: Ms Speedy Gonzales in her own right, this quick guard has cat like speed which makes it hard for defenders to guard her. Quick, Can get to the basket with ease, Uptempo, Handle.