2017 Best of West Middle School Girls Exposure Camp Recap

Patosha Jeffery and Power5 B Ball teamed up to bring The Best of West Middle School Girls Exposure Camp to Memphis, TN on March 4, 2017. Fifty-five players from Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas represented at the 4 hour event. The players went through fundamental and competitive drills as evaluators Dan Olson (Girls Basketball Report/espnW), Memphis Girls Basketball, Major Prep Sports, Tiger Sports Report and videographer, Mykal Anthony Media, were in attendance.

 

Here are some standouts from the Camp:

 

Amaya Black (Olive Branch, 2021) – Strong guard, Great Defender, 3 point shooter

 

 

 

De’Ja Pryor (Cordova, 2021) – Shooting guard, Nice Stroke

 

 

 

 

Imani Gillen (Bon Lin, 2021) – Long, Quick, Shooting Guard

 

 

 

 

Jada Williams (Union City, 2021) – Big Guard, Ball handler, Aggressive, Mature

 


Kyla Mason (White Station, 2021) – Mature Guard, Strong Body Frame

 

 

 

Laila Eliotti (Nettleton (AR),  2021) – Quick, 3 point shooting PG

 

 

 

Lyric Cole (Kate Bond, 2021) – Long, Wirey Frame, Athletic, Mature Guard, Winner of the Queen of the Hill 1-on-1 competition

 

 

 

Mia Hurst (Chester Co, 2021) Nice Size Guard, High IQ

 

 

 

 

Santrice Avant (Bellevue, 2021) Quick Guard

 

 

 

 

Zavia Harris (Highland Oaks, 2021) Athletic, Physical Defensive minded Guard with handles

 

 

 

Kennedy Claybrooks (Power Center Academy, 2021) – Crafty ball handling guard

 

 

 

Teiona Wedley (Crockett County, 2022)  – Shot blocker, Big Body, 3 point range, Nice Post skills

 

 

 

Toni Davis (Christiana Middle, 2022) – Aggressive Post

 

 

 

 

Dan’Angela Wilson (Bradley Academy, 2023) – Quick Guard with crafty handles

 

 

 

Makyah Thomas-Malone (STEAM Academy, 2023) – Long guard, aggressive, ball handler

 

 

 

Azariah Abel (Bradley Academy, 2023) – Small guard not afraid to penetrate amongst the trees

 

 

 

Chloe Johnson (Harding Academy, 2021) – Solid Defender

Kennedy Trice (Schilling Farms, 2021) – Defensive-minded guard

Maliyah McDonald (Lowrance, 2021) – Quick ball handler

Ayana Gillen (Bon Lin, 2022) – Small in statue, but quick PG

Makayla Summerall (Harding Academy, 2022) – Scoring and defending guard

Mallory Taylor (Schilling Farms, 2022) – Ball handler, PG

May Pratcher (Olive Branch, 2022) – Long Ball handler

 

Mallory Collier (Barret’s Chaper, 2023) – About 6’0ish developing post


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