USA Basketball U19 Day One Recap – May 15, 2015

Class of 2016 wing Chassity Carter of Tenn., was ready for USA Basketball's Opening Night.  *Ty Freeman / @TyPhotoG

Class of 2016 wing Chassity business editing services Carter of Tenn., was ready for USA Basketball’s Opening Night.
*Ty Freeman / @TyPhotoG

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Basketball Director Carol Callan and her staff have assembled over 80 of the nation’s top amateur female prospects to compete. We take a look at some of the participants in the 19-and-under Trials portion:

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Former Elite Basketball Academy All-American Crystal Dangerfield of Murfreesboro, Tenn., set the pace for her team with her offense. Though she is a capable scorer at the point guard spot, the future UConn floor general showed that she always ready to find an open teammate. It’s clear that the class of 2016 point guard is here on mission.

Class of 2016 wing Chassity Carter of Dickson, Tenn., picked up where she left off with buy essay not plagiarized Team Elite Pointer at the #PSBMayDay Challenge last weekend. Carter, who has already chosen Vanderbilt, made one of the night’s premier plays with a slick finish in traffic.

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Coming off of appearances in the Jordan and McDonald’s All-American Games, class of 2015 point guard Ali Patberg of Columbus, Ind., was focused in the opening session. Patberg made the play of the night with a mean spin off of the wing into the paint before leaving a pass for an A’ja Wilson chip shot.

After shining at Chris Hansen’s CheckMeOutShowcase last month in Southern California, class of 2016 wing DiJonai Carrington of San Diego, Calif., played well in the first session. A versatile wing option, Carrington’s effort and energy were on display.

can you help me write an essay After appearances in the Jordan and McDonald’s All-American Games, class of 2015 wing Sophie Cunningham of Rockbridge, Mo., was ready to play. Like Carrington, Cunningham’s effectiveness comes from her constant court presence. She will play for Missouri next season.

NOTE: Asia Durr of Douglasville, Ga., did not participate in the night’s activities due to a strained groin. The five-star prospect is a Louisville signee and the No. 1 prep in the class of 2015. WNBA Prospect Watch

Illinois Fr. Post Chatrice White has a consistent face-up game when she catches the ball on the interior. White emerged during her initial campaign as one of the premier threats in the Big Ten.

Fr. Point Guard Paris Kea hasn’t missed a beat since making the 18-and-under team last summer. She’ll sit the 2015-16 season after transferring to North can you please give me some one who can help me write a essay Carolina at the end of April.

UConn Fr. Wing Gabby Williams made the defensive play of night rotating over in the lane on 6-foot-6 center Kalani Brown to draw what would have been a charge had the gameplay been live.

Brandon-Clay-Bio-2 Brandon Clay is the owner of the International Report, Peach State Basketball, Inc., and The is picked up by more than 200 colleges and universities nationwide. In addition to serving as WNBA Director of Scouting, Clay serves as the Executive Camp Director for the Elite Basketball Academy Camps. He serves on the Naismith Trophy Men’s / Women’s College Player of the Year Academy and is the HS Boys / Girls All-American Team Board of Selectors Chairperson. Clay has been involved in the community since 2001. You can reach him at [email protected]