Alana Swift (Philadelphia, PA)
The White team came up short in the event. But some of the players on the team wouldn't give up so easy as they tried to battle back from a double digit league. Here are some top performers for Team White.
J.E.M All Star Classic Top Performers (White Team)
Alana Swift - Guard - (Philadelphia, PA) - Swift came out in did here thing the old Philly Style, she has a quite demeanor but don't make no mistakes about it the girl can flat out ball. When the ball is in her hands you don't no what aspect, she can get you with the quick crossover or the dribble drive, when she develops a consist shot Alana is going to be player to watch out for.
Alisha Lewis - Guard - (Delaware) - Gthing has been following Lish 23 since the 4th grade, everything she does we are not surprised by the out come. Lewis always brings her A game when its time to play like she did Saturday. Even though her team loss, she always plays the same. Her great balling handling ability helps her create space between her defenders. The state of Delaware have something special.
Leah Johnson - Post - (Pennington, NJ) - Johnson fought double teams all day at the J.E.M Classic, in she still manage to show us what her future is going to look like. Leah added a few moves to her post game, to go along with that she is a good rebounder who has seem to gotten a lot quicker on her feet.
Kayla Braxton-Young - Guard - (Newark, DE) - Braxton-Young brought her energy to the J.E.M Classic, she didn't score a ton of points but when the game was over Team Black felt that she was one of the tops on floor, Kayla showed a few different things as the game played on.
Kendra Warren - Forward - (Newark, DE) - Warren played like the same way we seen her play at the USJN in Washington, DC. Kendra showed a bunch of drop step moves while on the block at the event getting to basket with ease. She is quick on her feet and can handle for her size.
Makenzie Helms - Guard - (East Haven, CT) - After the long trip down and staying a night over in New Jersey Helms seem wide awoke when she step on the floor to play. During the game Makenzie was like a floor general trying to lead her team back for a victory, attacking the basket and making play after play to pull off a come from behind upset. Her team came up short but not Makenzie.