Caliya Robinson of Powder Springs, Ga., has emerged as one of the ten premier forward options in the senior class per ProspectsNation.com. Last week, Robinson chose to take her game up Highway 316 to play for coach Andy Landers at the University of Georgia. Here is what the fans wearing red and black can expect the 2014 Elite Basketball Academy All-American to bring to the table starting next season:
Caliya Robinson – McEachern HS (Powder Springs, Ga.) – 2015
Position: Power Forward
Club Team: A.O.T. / Central Florida Elite
ProspectsNation.com Grade: 4 star plus
Committed College: Georgia
7/12/14 – Nike Summer Showcase essay on my teacher wikipedia (Chicago, Ill.) – Mercedes Wetmore
Robinson is a tough defender down low. She derails a lot of shots with her size. She had a couple monster blocks that made the crowd ooo and ahh. She also stayed pretty disciplined not fouling and making players change their shots by staying straight up. In this eval, I didn’t see her do a whole lot offensively other than a couple layups, but what an athlete.
7/6/14 – PSB Summer Kickoff (Marietta, Ga.) – Brandon Clay
Robinson has continued to lean out. Despite some knee issues, she is in arguably the best shape that I’ve seen her in. She consistently blocks and changes shots with active hands around the rim. Robinson catches passes on the move and has become more productive on essay writing my parents my best teacher the offensive end.
11/26/13 – Turkey Jamm (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) – Brandon Clay
Robinson plays the game at one speed. That’s not a negative thing at all but an observation. She’s where she is supposed to be on the floor, will get up and down and has improved her overall skill since this time last year.
5/18/13 – U16 National Team Trials (Colorado Springs, Colo.) – Keil Moore
Robinson had her knee scoped six weeks before playing here in Colorado Springs. She is an elite athlete with ideal size. She is still learning how to play and use all of her tools. We see her as a face up four player because she isn’t comfortable playing in the post, and is facing the basket a majority of the essay writing tutor time. That being said, she is an average perimeter shooter, so learning how to play in the post and mastering a drop step or a jump hook would be great skill set additions for her long term effectiveness as an offensive player.
7/7/12 – Summer Kickoff (Marietta, Ga.) – Brandon Clay
Robinson had a good summer. She showed that she has ability to knock down the 15 footer. She rebounded better than she has in the paint. Robinson had a great matchup with Mone Jones (NC-15). Robinson played her tough though little behind with her skill set.
7/25/11 – Summer Invitational (Suwanee, Ga.) – Brandon Clay
She has legit length as well as size in the paint. She has the pieces to be great. Robinson is a bit essays for civil services pdf raw skill wise who scores at will in the paint when she gets rolling. She can really get off the ground with his bounce.
7-7-11 @ AAU (Orlando, Fla.) – Keil Moore
An elite post scorer at this point in her development in transition. She is a good athlete who runs the floor well while blocking shots and locking down the paint. Finishes in traffic and can score with her back to the basket.
Brandon Clay is the owner of the JumpOffPlus.com International Report, Peach State Basketball, Inc., and ProspectsNation.com. The JumpOffPlus.com is picked up by more than 200 colleges and universities nationwide. He serves as the Executive Camp Director for the Elite Basketball Academy Camps. Clay has been involved in the community since 2001. You can reach him at BrandonClay@PeachStateBasketball.comasketball.com