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Basketball Wall Street USA: “The Chicago Player Darrione Rogers”

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Name: Darrione Rogers
Height: 5′-foot-10″
Position: Guard/Wing
Class: 2020
High School: Lake Park-(IL)
GPA:3.5
Travel Club: Bolingbrook Panthers

Strengths

  • Athleticism
  • Fundamentally sound
  • Slashing ability
  • Size for position
  • Ability to create plays

Darrione Rogers is a youthful guard prospect with a very bright future. The west side Chicago native now lives in suburban Illinois and will be attending Bolingbrook High School. A school with a rich history of producing many outstanding girls basketball prospects such as Morgan Tuck of UConn (Mrs Basketball Illinois as a freshman) and point guard Ariel Massengale that attended Tennessee, just to name two of the many players that went on to play division one basketball in college. Some of Darrione’s short term goals are “to work on my mid range game and to get into better condition and to get stronger. Also, to start as a freshman on the varsity basketball team”.She also participated in the Deep South Event in Raleigh, North Carolina this spring and performed at a high level. “Playing at the Deep South event was a great experience and great competition for me to get better as a prospect”. Her play on the court has garnered her early college interest from school such as: Ohio State;Louisville;DePaul and Virginia Tech at this stage in her development.

Basketball Wall Street USA: “Prospects By The Numbers”

 

 

Basketball Wall Street USA:”Prospects By The Numbers”

The “Prospects By The Numbers” article is to give a prospective of the class of 2017 rankings utilizing the Hoopgurlz and the Prospects Nation lists. Both outfits put forth a comprehensive ranking outlook of prospects on a national level. The top 10 prospects are more or less the same in everyone’s class of 2017 rankings.

The following prospects held ground in both rankings:

Deauzya Richards 6’2″ TX Prospects Nation No.10/ Hoopgurlz No.10
Jade Williams 6’4″ TX Hoogurlz No.13/ Prospects Nation No.7
Raven Farley-Clark 6’4″ NJ Hoopgurlz No.15/ Prospects Nation No.11
Anatasia Hayes 5’7″ TN Prospects Nation No.13/ Hoopgurlz No.17
Mikayla Boykin 5’9″ NC Prospects Nation No.16/ Hoopgurlz No.19
Loretta Kakala 6’3″ CA Hoopgurlz No.25/ Prospects Nation No.21
Ana Lianusa 6’0″ OK Prospects Nation No.28/ Hoopgurlz No.29
Maya Dodson 6’2″ GA Hoopgurlz No.20/ Prospects Nation No.26
Channise Lewis 5’7″ FL Hoopgurlz No.32/ Prospects Nation No.32
Mikayla Coombs 5’10” GA Hoopgurlz No.21/ Prospects Nation No.30
Kayla Owens 6’1″ TX Prospects Nation No.42/ Hoopgurlz No.40

The prospects with the most significant discrepancies in ranking are:

Sidney Cooks 6’4″ WI Hoopgurlz No.5/ Prospect Nation No.92
China Nixon 5’10” VA Hoopgurlz No.34/ Prospect Nation No.94
Elisia Grissett 6’1″ NC Hoopgurlz No.31/ Prospects Nation No.77
Danielle Patterson 6’3″ NY Hoopgurlz No.11/ Prospect Nation No.39
Michaela Onyenwere 6’0″ CO Hoopgurlz No.14/ Prospects Nation No.49
Rennia Davis 6’2″ FL Hoopgurlz No.16/ Prospects Nation No.47
Vivian Gray 6’0″ TX Hoopgurlz No.26/ Prospects Nation No.71
Jaelynn Penn 5’9″ IN Hoopgurlz No.50/ Prospects Nation No.23
Quanniecia Morrison 5’8″ GA Hoopgurlz No.51/ Prospects Nation No.24
Ayanna Clark 6’2″ CA Hoopgurlz No.5/ Prospects Nation No.18
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Linsay Duvall 5’11” KY Hoopgurlz No.23/ Prospects Nation No.46
Destiny Littleston 5’9″ CA Hoopgurlz No.9/ Prospects Nation No.29
Chennedy Carter 5’8″ TX Hoopgurlz No.8/ Prospects Nation No.25
Alexis Morris 5’6″ TX Hoopgurlz No.18/ Prospects Nation No.4
Chelsie Hall 5’7″ FL Hoopgurlz No.22/ Prospects Nation No.35
Amaya finklea-Guity 6’3″ MA Hoopgurlz No.44/ Prospects Nation No.69
Kasiyahna Kushkituah 6’3″ GA Prospects Nation No.6/ Hoopgurlz No.38
Mykea Gray 5’6″ MD Prospects Nation No.89/ Hoopgurlz No.53
Destiny Harden 5’10” IL Prospects Nation No.67/ Hoopgurlz No.39
Lauren Miller 6’2″ MO Prospects Nation No.8/ Hoopgurlz No.46
Autumn Newby 6’2″ GA Prospects Nation No.14/ hoopgurlz No.27

Ranked by Prospects Nation/ not ranked by Hoopgurlz:

Khayla Pointer 5’6″ GA Prospect Nation No.12/ Hoopgurlz NR
Braxtin Miller 5’9″ OH Prospect Nation No.15/ Hoopgurlz NR
Taya Robinson 5’9″ VA Prospects Nation No.22/ Hoopgurlz NR
Jayda Adams 5’10” CA Prospect Nation No.27/ Hoopgurlz NR
Gabby Connally 5’6″ TX Prospects Nation No.31/ Hoopgurlz NR
Michala Wilson 6’2″ LA Prospects Nation No.33/ Hoopgurlz NR
Karissa McLaughlin 5’7″IN Prospects Nation No.34/ Hoopgurlz NR
Tatyana Wyatt 6’2″ GA Prospect Nation No.37/ Hoopgurlz NR
Taya Corosdale 6’2″ WA Prospects Nation No.38/ Hoopgurlz NR
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Janelle Baily 6’2″ NC Prospects Nation No.43/ Hoopgurlz NR
India Banks 5’9″ GA Prospects Nation No.45/ Hoopgurlz NR
Milicia Ried 5’7″ NY Prospects Nation No.48/ Hoopgurlz NR
Akiene Tera Reed 6’2″ Prospects Nation No.50/ Hoopgurlz NR
Ashley Jones 5’6″ PA Prospects Nation No.53/ Hoopgurlz NR
Sydne Wiggins 5’10” GA Prospects Nation No.57/ Hoopgurlz NR
Mikayla Vaughn 6’3″ PA Prospects Nation No.59/ Hoopgurlz NR
Qadashah Hoppie 5’8″ NJ Prospects Nation No.60/ Hoopgurlz NR

Ranked by Hoopgurlz/ not ranked by Prospects Nation:

Nyah Tate 6’0″ MS Hoopgurlz No.33/ Prospects Nation NR
Myah Taylor 5’7′ MS Hoopgurlz No.42/ Prospects Nation NR
Jasmine Jones 5’11” CA Hoopgurlz No.48/ Prospects Nation NR
Samantha Thomas 5’11” NV Hoopgurlz No.55/ Prospects Nation NR

Prospects Nation Class of 2017 Top 100 State Breakdown:

Georgia-(12)
Texas-(10)
California-(9)
Florida-(6)
North Carolina-(6)
Maryland-(5)
New York-(4)
Washington-(4)
Ohio-(4)
Indiana-(4)
New Jersey-(3)
Oregon-(3)
Alabama-(2)
Iowa-(2)
Illinois-(2)
Pennsylvania-(2)
Kentucky-(2)
Oklahoma-(2)
Tennessee-(2)
Missouri-(2)

HoopGurlz Class of 2017 Top 60 State Breakdown:

Texas-(9)
California-(6)
Florida-(5)
Georgia-(5)
North Carolina-(4)
New Jersey-(2)
Mississippi -(2)
Missouri-(2)
Kentucky-(2)
Canada-(2)
International-(2)

Basketball Wall Street USA: “Long Island Tradition”

 

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Basketball Wall Street USA:”Long Island Tradition”

By: Silverio Ford

Long Island is a very special place in New York being the most populated island of any U.S State or territory. The Island is also known for its many outstanding and distinguished female basketball players such as Syosset native Sue Bird and Bethany LeSueur of Garden City. Nicole Kaczmarski from Sachem, then add in Samantha Prahalis of Commack and Bria Hartley that attended North Babylon just to name a few. Holbrook native Danielle Cosgrove is an elite 6-foot-4 sophomore forward prospect that is very proud to be from Long Island and is ready to carry on the great basketball tradition at Sachem East High School.

“Growing up on Long Island has been amazing! aside from the fact that I have the majority of my family here, I think Long Island is a very diverse place to live and it has taught me how to handle myself in many situations. Being so close to New York City has allowed me to experience some great things on and off the court.” says Cosgrove who is also a goal orientated student-athlete with a 3.4-GPA. “My goals for this upcoming summer and high school season are to push myself to get better in every aspect of my game. Most importantly I want to improve my leadership skills. By the end of the summer I want to be able to lead a group of girls, whether its high school or with the Philadelphia Belles, to a Championship.”

Cosgrove has been receiving heavy recruiting attention from schools such as: Michigan;Louisville;South Carolina;Florida;St Johns;Colorado and Michigan State. She also participated in the 2016 “SayYesToSuccess Scholastic Showcase NYC” high school event this past  Martin Luther King Jr weekend and played at a very high level.

“Playing in the SayYesToSuccess high school event this season was amazing! I think it gave me and my team the ability to challenge ourselves and to see how we would hold up against a good team. It was a great experience and I hope we get the chance to play in it next season” says Cosgrove who would like to pursue a career in Criminal Justice. “My dream school would be somewhere that has a coach and a team that is not afraid to push me to my limits. I want a school that will ultimately help me reach my full potential. As for the academic portion of college, I would like to attend a school with a good Criminal Justice program as this is my intended major as of now.”

Basketball Wall Street: “2020 Prospects”

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Basketball Wall Street USA: “2020 Prospects”

*prospects are listed in alphabetical order

Aaliyah Aarab Smith 5’7″-The Rise Centre Academy-(CAN)
Amirah Abdur-Rahim 6’2″ Saint Francis-(GA)
Bailee Adkins 5’6″-St Joseph’s-(WV)
Tra’shauna Agrew 6’0″-Oxbridge Academy-(FL)
Diasha Allen 5’7″- Bishop Canevin-(PA)
Toyin Allen 5’10” MD
Makayla Andrews 5’9″-Neptune-(NJ)
Patricia Anumgba 5’6″ MD
Dy’Jhanik Armfield 5’7″ OH
Tionna Baker 5’7″-Northwest Whitfield-(GA)
Randi Baldwin 5’11”-Elizabeth Seton-(MD)
Ruth Balogun 5’8″-Hamilton Heights-(TN)
Anyelina Batista 5’3″-Pioneer Charter-(MA)
Jamie Behar 6’2″-Oceanside-(NY)
Latonya Berry 6’2″-Sterling-(NJ)
Kiera Buaghman 5’6″ Donegal-(PA)
Jalyn Bell 5’6″ Brookwood-(GA)
Aaliyah Bevins 6’1″-Elizabeth Seton-(MD)
Alaina Bernich 5’8″ MD
Faith Blackstone 5’11” Hillside-(NC)
Taylor Blunt 5’7″-Berks Catholic-(PA)
Kyrstin Bond 5’8″ IN
Emma Boslet 5’11 Edison-(NJ)
Kendall Bostic 6’1″-Northwestern-(IN)
Shayla Bouie 5’6″-Jean Ribault-(FL)
Anaya Boyd 6’0″-Lovejoy-(GA)
Sydney Boykin 5’6″ TN
Kourtney Bradford 6’2″ Murrah-(MS)
Anna Bradley 5’6″ FL
Ciara Brannon 6’1″ Camden Catholic-(NJ)
Ali Brigham 6’2″ MA
Alyssa Brown 5’8″-Wade Christian Academy-(FL)
Autumn Brown 5’7″ MO
Beyoncé Brown 5’10”-Coventry Christian-(PA)
Capria Brown 5’8″ Schlarman Academy-IL
Janayshua Brown 6’2″ Peddie School-(NJ)
Emeria Brownlee 5’5″ Peoria Manuel-(IL)
Genesis Bryant 5’6″-Lovejoy-(GA)
Paige Bueckers 5’9″ Hopkins-(MN)
Maddie Burke 5’11 Central Bucks West-(PA)
Jacee Busick 5’10”-Surry Central-(NC)
Keeli Burton 6’1 WA
Makayla Bynum 5’7″-South Lafourche-(LA)
Shelby Calhoun 5’7″ Christian Academy-(KY)
Catherine Cairns 5’5″ Saratoga Springs-(NY)
Alison Campbell 5’10” Bellwood-Antis-(PA)
Abby Cancienne 5’10” Ursuline Academy-(LA)
Khalis Cane 6’3″ Moutn Zion Christian-(NC)
Emma Capps 6’1″ Stone Memorial-(TN)
Kamilla Cardosa 6’6″- Hamilton Heights-(TN)
Aalia Carlson 5’6″-Newark Tech-(NJ)
Avyonce Carter 5’11” Wesleyan School-(GA)
Zi’keyah Carter-Ransom 6’4″ GA
Demi Case 5’2″-Concord First Assembly-(NC)
Sky Castro 6’2″ Summit Charter Academy-(NY)
Olivia Cates 6’0″-Oxbridge Academy-(FL)
Grace Centrella 6’0″-Mount Notre Dame-(OH)
Delores Charlton 5’10” John Ferguson-(FL)
Dayjah Chimielewski 5’8″ Trinity-(IL)
Caitlin Clark 5’9″ Dowling Catholic-(IA)
Dylann Claybrook 6’0″ Hamilton Heights-(TN)
Kristen Clemons 6’0″-Sacred Heart-(KY)
Jasmine Clerkley 5’11” MI
Jasha Clinton 5’7″-Princess Anne-(VA)
McKenzie Clough 5’10” Walton-(NY)
Olivia Cochran 6’2″-Hardaway-(GA)
Makira Cook 5’7-Mount Notre Dame-(OH)
Sydney Coombs 6’3″ Home School-(MA)
Kayla Cooper 6’0″ St Johns Catholic Prep-(MD)
Daelyn Craig 5’9″-John McEachern-(GA)
Kaiya Creek 5’8″ National Christian-(MD)
Abbey Crawford 6’2″ TN
Jenna Cunningham 6’3″ Brentwood-(NY)
Julia Curtis 6’2″-White County-(TN)
Maniya Custis 5’4″ Paul VI-(NJ)
Zanoria Cruz 5’10 Lake Highland Prep-(FL)
Dalayah Daniels 6’3″-Rainer Beach-(WA)
Zaria Daniels 6’0″ Whitfield Academy-(MO)
Nicole Davis 6’4″ TPLS Christian-(VA)
Sha’nia Davis 5’6 St Elizabeth-(DE)
Skylar Davis 5’7″-Easton-(LA)
Zaria Demember-Shazer 5’6″-Elmira-(NY)
Evie Depetro 5’8 TN
Olivia Dimattia 5’10”-Parkview Baptist-(LA)
Ebele Dubaku 6’3″ MD
Jenae Dublin 6’1 Capitol Christian-(MD)
Ansley Dundon 5’8″ Walpole-(MA)
Daylee Dunn 5’9″-Bishop O’Dowd-(CA)
Serin Dunne 5’6″ Mesa Ridge-(CO)
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Elauna Eaton 5’9″ Jonesboro-(AR)
Ali Edwards 6’2″-Sacramento-(CA)
Phinnette Edwards 5’5 Paul Robeson-(NY)
Akylah Eldridge 5’9″-Legacy Charter-(SC)
Gabrielle Elliot 5’10” MI
Brianna Ellis 5’8″ Flagler Palm Coast-(FL)
Amarachi Emezie 6’3″ NC
Hope Evans 5’3″ Bishop McNamara-(MD)
Alannah Exelby 5’10”-The Rise Centre Academy-(CAN)
London Fairs 5’5″ TN
Brynn Farrell 5’9″ Metuchen-(NJ)
Jada Farrell 5’7″-Holy Innocents-(GA)
Elizabeth Fields 6’3″ Bishop Guertin-(NH)
Grace Field 6’1-Catholic Central-(NY)
Niya Fields 5’7″ Peekskill-(NY)
Heaven Figueroa 5’6″ Lawrenceville School-(NJ)
Ella Fiore 5’10” LaSalle Academy-(RI)
Makayla Firebaugh 5’8 OH
Kiara Fisher 5’7″-Elmira-(NY)
Sarah Fitzgerald 6’3″ Atlantic Shores-(VA)
Jordyn Ford 5’10”- Lawrenceville School-(NJ)
Ariana Frazier 5’10” McDonogh School-(MD)
Alyssa Gangemi 5’10”-Kings Christian-(NJ)
Deyona Gaston 6’4″-Duncanville-(TX)
Nashani Gilbert 5’10”-Oxbridge Academy-(FL)
Ella Gilbertson 5’10”-Lake Zurich-(IL)
Delayna Gillard Spruce Creek-(FL)
Auera Gingras 5’7″ Paul VI Catholic-(VA)
Alexis Gleason 5’10”-Bonner-Prendergast Catholic-(PA)
Sasha Goforth 6’0″ Fayetteville-(AR)
Myra Gordon 5’9″ TX
Janessa Gonzalez 5’7″-St Paul Catholic-(CT)
Malia Grace 6’1″-Brookwood-(GA)
Jaelyn Grandison 6’0″ SC
Alexis Gray 6’0″ NY
Brikayla Gray 5’7″ MS
Cristin Gray 6’0″ SC
Alexis Graziano 6’2″ NY
Kayla Green 5’7″-St Josephs-(IL)
Rain Green 5’4″-Roland Park-(MD)
Riana Green 5’4″-Latta-(SC)
Samantha Greenee 6’0″ NV
Tinesha Gregory 6’2″ VA
Hannah Gusters 6’3″ Duncanville-(TX)
Nicole Gwynn 5’8″-Wetherfield-(CT)
Kharma Hall 6’1″ Peedie School-(NJ)
Kayla Hankins 5’10”-Bishop O’Dowd-(CA)
Yanisha Harkless 6’0″ University Christian-(FL)
Kennedy Harrell 6’2″-Marian Catholic-(IL)
Aaliyah Harris 5’9″-Sacramento-(CA)
Alayna Harris 5’10” West York-(PA)
Cierra Harris 5’8″ OH
Jayla Harris 5’8″ Northern Gilford-(NC)
Jayla Harris 5’10” Trinity-(OH)
Lyric Harris 5’8″ OH
Kanayah Harris 5’9″ VA
Elise Harvey 5’10” MA
Brelyn Hatcher 5’10”-Roland Park Day-(MD)
Ellie Hawkey 5’9″ Pennington School-(NJ)
Whitney Hay 5’10”-Elizabethtown-(KY)
Alasia Hayes 5’6″ Riverdale-(TN)
Madison Hayes 5’10 East Hamilton-(TN)
Zamarya Haynes 5’6″-Imhotep Charter-(PA)
Kendall Haymore 5’10” Gulliver Prep-(FL)
Jamia Hazell 5’8″ Southeast Raleigh-(NC)
Gabriella Heimbauer 6’3 Massapequa-(NY)
Janelle Henderson 5’9″ Northern Guilford-(NC)
Madison Henegar 5’11”-Riverdale-(TN)
Sammie Henley 5’7″-Ventura-(CA)
Allysa herder 5’10”-Imhotep Charter-(PA)
Shakira Hester 5’10” Harry Truman-(NY)
Devin Hill 5’9″ MA
Maddie Hoffman 6’0″ OH
Lavonce Holland 5’6″-Male-(KY)
Allison Hoofpauir 5’8″-Parkview Baptist-(LA)
Lulu Hookfin 5’6″ Loranger-(LA)
Destiny Howell 5’9″ NY
Summer Hucks 6’0″ Northern Guilford-(NC)
Kierston Hudson 5’8″ TN
Vanessa Hudson 5’9″-Seton-LaSalle-(PA)
Tracey Hueston 6’1″ Northside-(VA)
Sadie Hunt 5’6″ Sandwich-(MA)
Treasue Hunt 6’0″ Hamilton Heights-(TN)
Lauren Hurst 5’6″-John Curtis Christian-(LA)
Gabby Hutcherson 6’1″ OH
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Kaylah Ivey 5’5″ Riverdale Baptist-(MD)
Emerielle James 5’7″ FL
Sydney James 5’10 Trinity Catholic-(NJ)
Aliyah Jackson 5’2″ VA
Ahniysha Jackson 5’7-Catholic Central-(NY)
Dallas Jackson 5’10” Palisade Prep-(NY)
Lexi Jefferys 6’1″-Wayne Country Day-(NC)
Emani Jenkins 6’0″ Duncanville-(TX)
Maci Jenkins 5’10” Seffner Academy-(FL)
Jessica Jitoboh 6’4 Hamilton Heights-(TN)
Kayla Johnson 6’1 South Shore-(NY)
Kyana Johnson 6’1″-Trinity Christian Academy-(FL)
Mya Johanson 6’2″ Herscher-(IL)
Janelle Johnson 5’7″ St Luke’s School-(CT)
Mayah Johnson 5’6″ NJ
Alana Jones 5’8″ Rye Country Day-(NY)
Niaira Jones 5’6″ Charles Henderson-(AL)
Tasharia Jones 5’8″ Dreher-(SC)
Emily Jordan 5’8″-Southern Lehigh-(PA)
Jerkalia Jordan 5’9″-John Curtis Christian-(LA)
Jenna Kaplan 5’4″-Gulliver Prep-(FL)
Julia Kawcznski 5’10”-Pemberton-(NJ)
Deja Kelly 5’8″ Claudia Taylor Johnson-(TX)
Chole Kernan 5’7″ NC
Liatu King 5’9″ Bishop McNamara-(MD)
Shamarla King 5’11”-Watkinson School-(CT)
Emily Klaczek 5’8″-William Fremd-(IL)
Sarah Knafelz 6’1″ NC
Jessica Knight 6’1″ Archbishop Williams-(MA)
Allie Kubek 6’0″-Sanford School-(DE)
Selma Kulo 6’3″-Brookwood-(GA)
Julie Kulesza 5’9-Conrad School-(DE)
Hannah Lebonte 5’7″- Villa Maria Academy-(PA)
Emma Krolczyk 5’11”-Attica Senior-(NY)
Jo Lacey 6’1″-Westtown-(PA)
Bella Lachance 5’3″-Cypress Bay-(FL)
Megan Landsiedel 5’11” Stamford-(CT)
Jada Lessane 6’0″-Concord First Academy-(NC)
Vanessa Laumbach 6’2″ VA
Kayden Lawson 5’10″Hathaway Brown-(OH)
Abby Lee 5’7″-St Joseph’s-(WV)
Nyelle Lee 5’3″ Wesleyan School-(GA)
Robyn Lee 5’8″ MS
Lucy Leen 5’8″ NC
Nyah Leveretter 6’2″-Westwood-(SC)
Katelyn Levings 6’3″ Edmond Memorial-(OK)
Channing Lewis 5’9″-Mercer County-(KY)
Lyzi Litwinko 5’5″-Berlin-(CT)
Allana Lombardi 5’8″ Briarcliff-(NY)
Jasmine Lyles 5’10” Rutgers Prep-(NJ)
Molly Lynch 5’6″-St Rose-(NJ)
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Madison Mandilinci 5’8″-Pingree School-(MA)
Lynette Manful 6’2″-Parkdale-(MD)
Jermany Mapp 5’9 SC
Gabby Marinacci 5’6″-Perkiomen-(PA)
Destinee Marshall 5’5″-Sacred Heart-(KY)
Natalie Marshall 6’3 Christ The King-(NY)
Dakota McCaughan 5’3″-Bonner-Prendergast Catholic-(PA)
Essence McClain 5’11” Proctor Academy-(NH)
Megan McConnell 5’6″- Chartiers Valley-(PA)
Mir McLean 5’8 Roland Park-(MD)
Milani McCormack 5’9 Miami Country Day-(FL)
Zoe McCrary 6’1″ TX
Jada Mcray 5’7″ Barron Collier-(FL)
Aaliyah McDonald 6’1″ TX
Adriana McFadden 5’6″ NY
Mir McLean 5’10” Roland Park-(MD)
Caitlin McGee 6’1″ FL
Destinee McGhee 6’2″ AL
Nabaweeyah McGill 6’1- Cambridge Christian-(FL)
Skylar McGlockton 5’10”- Bishop O’Dowd-(CA)
Aaliyah McQueen 5’8″ MI
Loyal McQueen 5’6″ Wilson-(SC)
Sydney McQuietor 6’1″ TX
Jasmine McWilliams 5’10” Carmel-(IN)
Taliyah Medina 5’11” Bethlehem Catholic-(PA)
Jordan Merritt 6’1″ TX
Jayden Marable 5’5″ IL
Caroline Martin 5’7″ GA
Elizabeth Martino 5’10” National Christian-(MD)
Wyvette Mayberry 5’7″-Fayetteville-(AR)
Taylor Moncman 5’10”-Southern Lehigh-(PA)
Courtney Moore 5’5″ Rock School-(FL)
Jada Moore 5’8″-Regis Jesuit-(CO)
Jade Moore 5’8″ Whitfield Academy-(MO)
Maddie Moore 6’1″ Gulf Coast-(FL)
Emma Monuz 5’8″-University Lab-(LA)
Anna Morris 6’3″-Immaculate Heart Academy-(NJ)
Kayla Morris 6’1″ Monsignor Scanlan-(NY)
Lauren Morris 5’6″ IN
Morgan Mosely 5’10” MD
Keandra Middlebrook 6’0″ GA
Danyell Middleton 5’8″ IL
Erin Mines 5’5″ SC
Nycerra Minnis 6’4″-Parkdale-(MD)
Imani Mitchell 5’6 Homewood Flossmoor-(IL)
Laken McKinney 6’0″-Pikeview-(WV)
Olivia Mullins 5’9″ Rutgers Prep-(NJ)
Kierston Murray 5’9″ Bethlehem Central-(NY)
Aria Myers 5’7″ Paramus Catholic-(NJ)
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Mackenzi Neal 6’1″ FL
Kierston Nelson 5’10” Ursuline Academy-(LA)
Karissa Niles 5’7″-Nease-(FL)
Chetanna Nweke 6’2″ MD
Aria O’Connell 5’5″ Bishop Guertin-(MA)
Felesia Ondongo 5’6 OH
Olivia Overbeck 6’3″ Lincoln Christian-(NE)
Te-Hina Paopao 5’6″ La Jolla Country Day-(CA)
Erica Parker 6’3 Notre Dame-(NJ)
Sydney Parrish 6’1″ Fishers-(IN)
Maya Patterson 6’1″ WI
Jariah Patterson 5’9″ Lodi Immaculate-(NJ)
Asia Pearley 6’0″ Northeast Guilford-(NC)
Caranda Perea 5’11” Altoona-(PA)
Maliyah Perry 5’4″-Brooks Debartolo-(FL)
Kennedi Philson 6’0″ GA
Olivia Pickins 5’11” VA
Aaliyah Pitts 6’0″-Woodbridge-(VA)
Makayla Poirier-Vaughters 5’11”-Norwich Free Academy-(CT)
Kateri Poole 5’8″ Monsignor Scanlan-(NY)
Emma Popisil 5’3″-North Catholic Wuerl-(PA)
Erica Porter 6’3″ Notre Dame-(NJ)
Shekiya Porter 5’8″ Parkview-(GA)
Deshannon Powell 5’7″ Dunbar-(FL)
Roschondra Prince 6’3″ Long Beach Poly-(CA)
Douthshine Prien 5’9″ Villa Academy-(FL)
Jaide Pressley 5’8″ MN
Alexa Prus 5’6″-St Rose-(NJ)
Julia Puppolo 5’10”-Wilbraham & Monson-(MA)
Elena Randoplh 5’8 NY
Brittany Range 6’0 FL
Sasha Ratliff 6’1 Saint Francis-(GA)
Angel Reese 6’1 MD St Frances Academy-(MD)
Christian Reid 6’4 Strasburg-(VA)
Lindsey Reid 5’9″-Jean Ribault-(FL)
Mackenzie Rhodes 5’6 MO
Kayla Richardson 5’10 NJ
Majesti Richarson 5’10” Mount Zion Christian-(NC)
Mia Roberts 5’3″ NY
Damaris Rodriguez 5’5″-Secaucus-(NJ)
Darrone Rogers 5’10” Lake Park-(IL)
Lindsey Rogers 6’0″ Benet Academy-(IL)
Alexia Rose 5’6″ Watkinson School-(CT)
Brionna Ross 6’0″-University Lab-(LA)
Bella Runyan 5’9″ NJ
Eniya Russell 5’7″ Coppin Academy-(MD)
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Shae Sabino 5’8″-Rumson Fair-Haven-(NJ)
Savannah Samuels 5’10” Collins Hill-(GA)
Olivia Sanders 6’0″-Villa Maria Academy-(PA)
Skyeler Sandison 5’11” MA
Makayla Scarlett 5’7″ St Francis Prep-(NY)
Kennedy Scenck 5’7″-Franklin-(NJ)
Keona Schenck 5’6″-Franklin-(NJ)
Blair Schoewald 5’8″-Brentwood Academy-(TN)
Brooke Schramek 6’0″-Benet Academy-(IL)
Deyvn Scott 5’7″ Gil St Bernard’s-(NY)
Madison Scott 5’11” MD
Maddi Sears 5’7″ Carmel-(IN)
Mia Seemadray 5’11” NY
Shelby Sekinski 5’5″ Valhalla-(NY)
Kayla Sieper 6’0″ Tampa Catholic-(FL)
Tatiana Silva 5’9″-North Marion-(WV)
Nyara Simmons 5’11”-Penfield-(NY)
Shanice Sinclair 5’6″ Cardinal Spellman-(NY)
Calicia Smith 5’8″-Mercer County-(KY)
Hailee Smith 5’11”-Juniata Valley-(PA)
Mariah Smith 5’6″ Booker T Washington-(TX)
Kailey Smith 5’6″ NC
Whitney Sollom 6’1″ MI
Rachael South 6’2″ Marhsall-(VA)
Leisha Steger 5’10” AL
Diamond Stiles 5’6-Whitney Young-(IL)
Nicole Stephens 5’6″ Pickerington Central-(OH)
Abby St Onge 6’1″-Avon-CT
Karsyn Stratton 5’7 IA
Maxine String 5’11”-Ursuline Academy-(DE)
Bella Stuart 5’9″ NY Shenendehowa-(NY)
Leiya Stuart 5’9″ Westtown-(PA)
Keegan Sullivan 5’11” IN
Elle Sutphin 6’2″ NC
Madison Sutton 5’8″-Grater Atlanta Christian-(GA)
Andrea Sweat 6’0″ KS
Zyheima Swint 6’2″-University-(NJ)
Larri Sydnor 6’1″ St Frances Academy-(MD)
Peryonna Sylvester 5’7″-Spruce Creek-(FL)
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Caramina Tanedo 5’10-St Johns College-(DC)
Xeriya Tartt 5’6″ MI
Allysiah Taylor 5’8″-Hillside-(NC)
Baylee Teal 5’6″ Penfield-(NY)
Tyshonne Tollie 5’10”-Bartow-(FL)
Erin Toller 5’6″-Sacred Heart-(KY)
Kyndall Thomas 5’7 FL
Kaleisha Towle 6’1″ South Portland-(ME)
Dasia Townes 5’6″ Friendship Academy-(DC)
Treasure Thompson 6’2″ IL Lockport Township-(IL)
Nyam Thornton 5’7″ OH
Dorothy Tilden 5’6″ South Shore Charter-(MA)
Zariah Tillman 5’9″ Edgewater-(FL)
Dayna Tirado 6’0″ NJ Saddle River Day-(NJ)
Skylah Trevis 6’2″ VA
Jade Triggs 5’9″ Thibodeaux-(LA)
Bailey Trumm 5’7″ TN
Dyma Tucker 5’9 Orangeburg-Wilkinson-(SC)
Maryama Turkstra 6’0″ CAN
Brittney Tyre 5’6″ Gulliver Prep-(FL)
Tracey Ulmer 5’7″ MS
Tori Van Arsdale 5’8″ Seton Catholic Prep-(AZ)
Ariana Vanderhoop 5’7-Cathedral-(MA)
Hailey Van Lith 5’8″ Wenatchee-(WA)
Jacqueline Vargas 6’1″ PA
Kelli Venezia 5’6″ Putnam Valley-(NY)
Ashton Verhulst 6’0″ KS
Kayla Vinson 5’9″- Southridge-(OR)
Dontavia Waggoner 5’11” TN
Jamie Waldron 6’2″ Monroe Woodbury-(NY)
Jada Walker 5’5″ MI
Simone Walker 5’6″ Shenendehowa-(NY)
Brooklyn Ware 5’8″ FL
Jasiah Washington 5’11” Holy Innocents-(GA)
Emma Wax 5’8″ Montville-(NJ)
Kailyn Watson 5’7″ Long Beaach Poly-(CA)
Sydney Watkins 5’7″ Heritage Christian-(IN)
Kylee Watson 6’3″ Mainland-(NJ)
Kaitlyn Watrobski 5’6″ Shenendehowa-(NY)
Taylor Webster 5’8 Georgetown Visitation-(DC)
Caitlin Weimar 6’2-Hudson-Hendrick-(NY)
Madeline Westbeld 6’2″ Fairmont Kettering-(OH)
Alexis Whitfield 6’1″ Chaminade Prep-(CA)
Sara Wohlgemuth 5’6″ Daniel Hand-(CT)
Kelsey Wood 5’10” Averill Park-(NY)
Ryann Woodley 5’6″ Westlake-(GA)
Katelyn Worley 6’2″-Riverdale-(TN)
Bailey Williams 5’5″ TPLS Chrisrian-(VA)
Cameren Williams 6’2″-Whitney Young-(IL)
Julia Williams 5’9″ John Carroll School-(MD)
Kai Williams 5’11” LA
Maile Williams 5’7 Inderkum-(CA)
Molina Wiliiams 6’0″-The Burlington School-(NC)
Priscilla Williams 6’1″ TX
Breanna Wilson 5’9″ WVA
Abby Winnen 6’1″ Elyria Catholic-(OH)
Ally Winnen 6’1″ Elyria Catholic-(OH)
Jane Wright 5’6″-John Curtis Christian-(LA)
Katy Wright 5’8″-University Lab-(LA)
Sydney Wyatt 5’6″ SC
Zoe Yeast 5’9″-Mercer County-(KY)
Breanna Young 5’8″ NJ
Kristian Young 5’5″ IN
Macey Zeh Arndi 6’2″ Seffner Academy-(FL)
Ali Zelayla 6’3″-Millennium-(AZ)
Makaila Ziegler 5’11” MI
Faith Zimmerman 5’7″-Turkeyfoot Valley-(PA)
Ella Zingraf 5’6″ IN
Julia Zupicich 5’6″-Neuse Christain Academy-(NC)

Basketball Wall Street:”Connecticut Pride”

Basketball Wall Street: “Connecticut Pride”

By: Silverio Ford

The spring and summer travel club season gives basketball prospects from all over the country an opportunity to make a name for themselves if they don’t have one already and to gain exposure to obtain a scholarship to attend a college or university. Connecticut native Jalissa Rodriguez is a  5-foot-7 junior point guard that attends The Taft School of Watertown, CT. She has performed well in the ultra competitive All Star Girls Report League during travel club events in Boston, Massachusetts and Raleigh, North Carolina playing for the Westchester Hoopers club. Jalissa is very goal orientated and steps onto the basketball court with a fearless, high intensity approach.

“Some of my goals for the summer is to compete at a high level against the best players in the country, to get better, quicker and stronger, but my ultimate goal this summer is to secure a scholarship offer from a very good academic school with a competitive basketball program.” says Jalissa.

Jalissa game is that of a speedy point guard prospect with dynamic ball handling skills and a consistent and fluid perimeter jump shot that extends out to the three point range area. The echelon of the competition in the ASGR league and the other NCAA viewing period events she will be participating in this summer is at a very high level.

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“I’ve learned that the All Star Girls Report League competition is tough and that all of the players are very good. Its like playing in an all star game every time you are on the court. In travel club basketball there are days we play two games in one day and you have to compete at a high level in each game because the competition is fierce. I love that caliber of play because it helps me to get better and shows me what I need to work on. I really enjoy the challenge.”

“Currently in high school I start at the point guard position for the girls varsity basketball team at The Taft School. Taft is a part of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) in the class A Division, which is very competitive. In this division a lot of teams have more than one college bound player on their rosters. The past two seasons along with my teammates, I’ve helped lead Taft to the New England 8 Championship game. My goal this upcoming school season as a senior is to win it all for my teammates and coaches. They work so hard and truly deserve it. It would be great to finish my high school career winning a championship.” says Rodriguez.

The academic rigor at The Taft School is second to none and Jalissa has worked extremely hard and has dedicated herself to being an outstanding student. This spring and summer provides a great opportunity for her to cultivate her game as a prospect and to prepare herself for the high school season to lead her team to winning the New England 8 Championship. Jalissa’s strong Puerto Rican heritage correlates to her being a 2016 National Puerto Rican U18 Team trials invitee. When it is all said and done Jalissa will like to pursue a career in business and she is on the right track as a stellar student-athlete.

Basketball Wall Street Travel Club Express:

 

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Akunna Konkmo 6’3″ 2019 Bishop Ireton-(VA)/ PSPA Rams Club

Konkmo is a true power forward, post prospect with an effective back to the basket game being able to utilize great hands, footwork, athleticism and body control to score in a variety of ways inside the paint. She welcomes physical play and showcased elite rebounding  fundamentals, boxing out strong and establishing position early. Konkmo is a major D1 prospect.

Millicia Reid 5’8″ 2017 Bishop Loughlin-(NY)/ Exodus NYC EYBL

Reid is a dynamic guard with elite separation skills and shot making ability. She
stepped up as the leading scorer for her Exodus Nike EYBL team averaging 13.6-PPG and 3.4-APG over 5 games in the Hampton,VA event. Reid scored 22-points in a win against Spiece Indy Gym Rats-(IN) and 16-points in a tough loss to Essence Purple-(FL). Reid has Exodus bloodlines being the younger sister of original Exodus member Milan Germany a 5’10” guard that went on to play at Marshall.

Olivia Matto 5’9″ 2018 Maheim Township-(PA)/ NDO Hornets-(NY)

Matto is a youthful guard prospect that exhibited a good feel for the game including deep shooting range with solid mechanics and a clean stroke. She excelled in an uptempo style of game attacking the basket in transition to finish at the rim. Matto utilizes a high IQ approach and is a true student-athlete currently sporting a 4.0 weighted GPA at Maheim Township High School in central Pennsylvania.

Emily Esposito 5’10” 2017 Gorham-(ME)/ Maine Firecrackers

Esposito is a high intensity attacking wing guard with a strong drive and finish move to the basket, she is also very athletic and possess a solid pull up jump shot in the lane. Esposito currently holds 9 D1 offers including St Joseph’s-(PA) and Villanova.

The Finest Basketball Club Southeast is based out of the metro Atlanta, Georgia area and is an elite program that has the makings of a powerhouse team this travel club season. While still early the FBC Mo team has showed that they have great size, speedy creative guards and athletic skilled wing players to go along with good coaching. The club will be participating in the Peach State May Day Challenge in Buford, GA May 6-8 2016, the All Star Girls Report Suwanee TOC in Suwanee, GA July 5-8 2016 and the Battle of the Bayou Event in New Orleans, LA July 23-25 2016.

FBC Mo 2017 Roster:

Kasiyahna Kushkituah 6’3″ 2017
Bianca Jackson 6’0″ 2017
Dominique Banks 6’5″ 2017
Tatyana Wyatt 6’2″ 2017
Mikayla Coombs 5’11” 2017
Nichel Tampa 5’6″ 2017
Taja Cummings 5’5″ 2017
Taylor Hill 5’9″ 2017
Kori McDaniel 6’0″ 2018
Amirah Abdur-Rahim 6’2″ 2020
Avyonce Carter 5’10” 2020