Prospect Eval – Anna Hammaker – October 7, 2014

Anna Hammaker of Knoxville, Tenn., will bring a left-handed scoring punch to Kansas State in the fall of 2018. *Photo by Ty Freeman / @typhotog

Anna Hammaker of Knoxville, Tenn., will bring a help research paper scoring punch to Kansas State in the fall of 2015.
*Photo by Ty Freeman / @typhotog

Anna Hammaker of Knoxville, Tenn., picked Kansas State this summer after taking a trip to see the Manhattan-based campus. A four-star scoring guard, Hammaker represents a key piece of Jeff Mittie‘s first recruiting class as the coach of the Wildcats. Here is what Hammaker brings to the mix starting next fall:

By: @BrandonClayPSB

Anna Hammaker – Christian Academy (Knoxville, Tennessee) – 2015
Height: 5’8″
Position: Shooting Guard
Club Team: Kentucky Premier Grade: 4 star
Committed College: Kansas State

Date: May 24, 2014
Evaluator: Brandon Clay
free online homework help Location: All-Ohio Midwest Showdown (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Hammaker’s game is starting to round out. She is limited in some regards as she loves to attack almost exclusively to her left-hand. Even still, Hammaker was effective against ELITE 60 Watch List prospect Dominique Oden (GA-16) and Purdue commit Miracle Gray (GA-16) here today hitting both the open 3-pointer and getting to the rim.

Date: December 30, 2013
Evaluator: Brandon Clay
Location: City of Palms Shootout (Naples, Fla.)
Her school situation is the same as last year with Hammaker playing a lot of minutes at the point guard spot. Against a Toledo Rogers team with eight Division One graded essay about my college prospects, Hammaker did what she could to get a W. Though she is continuing to develop her right hand, she scores it well enough with her left to score more times than not. She made a nice spin move to finish at the left side of the rim. She likes to attack left to counter right and spin back to her left hand.

Date: May 26, 2013
Evaluator: Jonathan Hemingway
Location: All-Ohio Midwest Showdown (Cincinnati, Ohio)
This was a great showing for her today. Though she might not be the signature prospect on the floor offensively for Kentucky Premier, she played a essay on my native place in marathi great complimentary role. She handled well with either hand and distributed when needed. Her skill is finally catching up to her athletic ability / strength that has always been her calling card.

Date: March 7, 2013
Evaluator: Brandon Clay
Location: TSSAA Quarterfinals (Murfreesboro, Tenn.)
Playing point guard out of necessity, the four-star prospect was able to attack the lane at will scoring 20 of her team’s 39 points in a victory to advance to the semifinal. A left-handed guard, we view Hammaker as a scoring guard at the next level who is at her best finishing around the basket though she is also capable of knocking essay community service important down the open jump shot. She is streaky in that regard though. An area of progression for Hammaker will be to keep from getting frustrated when the game gets tight and she doesn’t get a call or make an open shot.

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