Deep South Elite is in its’ first year of existence under the direction of coach Steve Patton. Although, the team itself is new to the exposure scene, this has not stopped this group from gaining the attention of many people in the southeast. Coach Patton has been able to thread the talents of all these players together to build a competitive team. College programs have been closely tracking the progress of Deep South Elite this calendar year and this is certain to continue for the next twelve months.
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Ivy Atkism – 2014
Kaitlyn Duncan – 2015
Stephanie Patton – 2015
Amber Skidgel – 2015
The player that this team has been built around is 6–foot–2 center Ivy Atkism of Monroe, Ga. The power post player elevated herself as an ELITE150 watch list candidate this year. She committed to Clemson last month as a result of this success. The wide-shouldered post player is a perfect low block presence who can create space for the sharp shooters around her. One of those sharp shooters is Amber Skidgel of Bethlehem, Ga. help me with my essay com The 6-foot wing possesses range from well beyond the arc and the length to give her effectiveness at high levels. It is these qualities that led to her giving her verbal commitment to coach Andy Landers at the University of Georgia this past month.
Alongside of Skidgel on the wing is Stephanie Patton of Hiawassee, Ga. The 5-8 play-making guard is garnering the interest of college recruiters from all over the southeast. Finally, perhaps the most intriguing prospect on the roster is Kaitlyn Duncan of Commerce, Ga. The 6-foot forward possesses a number of skills that ensure her team is in a competitive position. Her ability to rebound, defend and get the “50/50 balls” makes her the consummate glue player on the front line. Look for hypothesis for a research paper both Patton and Duncan’s stock as recruits to to increase in the next calendar year.
Brandon Clay, the owner of Peach State Basketball and the lead writer of the JumpOffPlus.com, says “I have been impressed with the development of the Deep South Elite team this year. They were a team that we identified early on this year as a team of potential. Over the past six months, the players on this team have proven that they are a team of production. Our hats go off to Coach Patton for his effort to bring these girls to the highest stage in July.” This team recently got deeper with the additions of 6-foot wing Meredith Schulte of Braselton, Ga. and 5-4 point guard Baylee proofreading services review Rexing of Suwanee, Ga. These late additions give Deep South Elite a real chance to advance to the championship games in Augusta, Ga. Read ProspectsNation.com daily to keep up with recruiting news on Deep South Elite and all of your favorite girls’ basketball players from around the nation.
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Jonathan Hemingway is the Assistant Director of Scouting for the JumpOffPlus.com. The service is used by more than 150 colleges and universities nationwide. He also serves on the selection committee for the Elite Basketball Academy Fab Five and Super 64 Camps. He has been involved in the community since 2002 as a coach, camp director and evaluator. You can reach him via email at JonathanHemingway@PeachStateBasketball.com and follow him on twitter @JLHemingwayPSB