Fall Rewind: End of the Road Recap – Dec. 6, 2012

TeErica Eason

TeErica Eason helped Lovett win a class how do i do my homework AA title in Georgia as a freshman. *Photo by Ty Freeman

The End of the Road Championships is a staple event in the Southeast, and this year’s event didn’t disappoint. Many of the games and the event’s top players can be watched in the #PeachStateTV archives here.

By: @JLHemingway

Feature Player

TeErica Eason (Atlanta, Ga.) — Lovett HS — 2015

TeErica Eason showed that she has all the characteristics of an elite guard on Saturday morning at the End of the Road Championships.  The 5-foot-8 combo guard is a strong and explosive player with the ball in her hands.  In the style of Meighan Simmons, a junior at the University of Tennessee, she is a scoring-minded guard who can create space to get her own shot at any time.  Eason works best when she is left to beat her defender in isolation settings, but she is developing the understanding of how to involve her teammates when the defense overextends.

The upcoming season how can i writing essay will be important for Eason as her high school team tries to defend its AA State Championship title in Georgia.  If she continues to make plays as she did this weekend, a repeat title is very possible for the Lovett Lady Lions.

Spotlight Players


Taylor Auzenne (Duluth, Ga.) — Duluth HS — 2014

Taylor Auzenne

Taylor Auzenne is a glue-player that fills many roles on the court. *Photo by Ty Freeman

Taylor Auzenne is a blue-collar player who is eager to fill a number of roles for her team.  At 5-6 she is a natural point guard, however she is not a one-dimensional player by any means.  She is an active player who is quick to take a charge or grab a loose ball.  On the offensive end she is a willing passer who also is not hesitant to take the open jumper.  It is this type of production that has NCAA Tournament-caliber teams interested early submit essays for money in her junior year.

Maya Benham (Douglasville, Ga.) — Douglasville HS – 2015

The progression of the 5-10 wing has been noticeable this past year.  The well-built perimeter player has a number of physical gifts that have earned her attention from of the Southeast’s top programs and even a few scholarship offers as a sophomore in high school.  Benham has improved her stroke from the arc and continues to attack as a powerful driver in traffic.  The next step for her will be to put consistent performances together.

All Southeast Showcase Rewind


The All Southeast Showcase was a huge success with over 80 college coaches in the building on Friday night and Sunday morning.  It proved to be profitable for at least two players who locked down verbal commitments after the weekend. Baylee Rexing committed to Ole Miss after her solid showing with her A.O.T. Lady Rebel team.  Brianna Farris locked up a commitment to Long Island University after their coaching staff term papers for sale plagiarism was on hand to watch her play at Suwanee Sports Academy.

Two athletic wings who impressed during the showcase were Lorrie Cruse and Monesha Womble.

A shifty point guard out of the St. Augustine, Fla. area, Jasmine Kearse, proved to be an exceptional play maker with the ball in her hands.

At 6-3 Harlyn Wyatt is a watch-list prospect.  She has the length to be an impact defender at the next level.

Worth a look, 2013 Forward Courtney Carter.

Jonathan HemingwayJonathan 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 EBA All-American, 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 [email protected] and follow him on twitter @ JLHemingway