By: Keil Moore Follow @KeilMoore
This weekend narrative essay prompts fourth grade Adrienne Motley was on an official visit to the University of Florida, but it was not the Gators who won her recruiting sweepstakes. The 5-foot-9 combo guard out of Newport News, Va., was considering the Gators along with Florida State, Miami and Virginia Tech. On Sunday evening, Motley decided that University of Miami was where she wanted to play her college basketball.
“I just love the inspire me to write my essay coaching staff,” Motley said. “Coach (Katie) Meier is big on player development so that was huge for me going there.”
This summer Motley was the perimeter scoring punch that fueled the Boo Williams Summer League attack. Motley showed that she had the ability to play the role of playmaker while still finding ways to score the ball in the flow of the offense.
“They play an up-tempo and fast paced game, just how I play,” Motley said. “I just in a persuasive essay can you use i believe I had the best opportunity by going there. Their academic and communications programs are great.”
In addition to Motley, who is ranked No. 27 in the class, Meier and her staff have secured a verbal commitment from 5-10 wing Nigia Greene of Atlanta, Ga. With Motley’s decision the Hurricane’s have two perimeter scoring threats that can create their own offense off the dribble.
In recent weeks Miami has had players such as Linnae Harper of Chicago, Ill., narrative essay on death of a grandfather and Raiygne Moncrief of Lauderhill, Fla., on campus. Look for them to continue to make a splash with the class of 2013.
Keil Moore is the Director of Scouting for the JumpOffPlus.com National Scouting Report – a division of Peach State Basketball, Inc. He also is a contributor and national recruiting analyst for ESPN HoopGurlz. Moore has been involved in the community since 2007 as a recruiting analyst and trainer. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.