#PSBPreSeason – EBA Super 64 Invites – April 13, 2019

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Sugar Hill, Georgia, – The NCAA evaluation period for high school prospects is in two weeks. Travel teams are hitting their stride now to be prepared for that window. The Peach State Basketball staff hosted the Pre Season tourney at Lanier High School for several programs from around the Southeast region. Our staff is committed to identifying prospects that could compete on the college stage…regardless of division or association. Below are players who caught our eye with their play and earned an invite to the EBA Super 64 National Showcase June 1-2 in the Atlanta, Georgia area (More Info HERE).

Article by Jonathan Hemingway

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Dasia Wyatt – EOTO – 2020

Wyatt is an intriguing combination of size, strength and skill. The 5-8 guard possesses many qualities that are necessary to win at this level. We should see Wyatt flourish as a prospect as she heads into her senior year at Bowdon High School.

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Ananda Hughley – SLAAM – 2020

Hughley had a huge Friday night with over 20 points scored in a win. She picked up right where she left off in Saturday morning’s contest. The 5-9 point guard is a great slasher and even has a consistent follow through from distance.

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Abby Gravitt – North Georgia Lady Raiders – 2023

Gravitt helped out in a big way today in the Lady Raiders win. Her seven points included a 3-pointer in the third quarter. These timely points helped propel her team to a close win on Saturday morning.

Bella Machen – Alabama Cardinals – 2022

Machen is a point guard full of potential. The 5-6 floor general handled the ball effectively and got her team into an offense consistently. She plays the game bigger than what she is listed. Expect Machen to continue to make an impact if she stays in the gym working over the next few years of her high school career.

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Emily Gonzales – East Tennessee Elite – 2022

Gonzales is a quick, slashing point guard who creates plays for her team. Her soft touch in the lane and her willingness to make the easy pass to open teammates makes her an ideal lead guard at this level.

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Deshona Gaither – EOTO – 2022

Gaither proved today that she has the tools to compete at higher levels. The junior guard scored buckets in transition as well as from beyond the arc. She is already an accomplished prospect for Jefferson High School, now she is earning attention on the travel circuit with coach Ken Huffman’s squad.

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Tianna Thompson – AOT Lady Rebels – 2024

Thompson had a big day with 24 points for her Lady Rebel team. The seventh grader hit four 3-pointers as she showed she could score with the jumper or off the move. Expect to hear more from Thompson in years to come.

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Cali Smallwood – Alabama Cardinals – 2023

Smallwood got off to a red-hot start today. She scored 21 points in the first half to pace her Cardinals team to an early lead. She exudes confidence as a ball handler and a play-maker.

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Isabella Stanley – EOTO – 2023

Stanley caught our attention with her hustle. She took charges, got after loose balls and helped her team make the right plays. Although she was not the leading scorer in the book, she projects to be a quality team player for years to come.

Photo – Kris Watkins (@SHReport)

Aaniyah Allen – Georgia Cavs Elite – 2023

Allen is a top point guard prospect in the middle school division of this tournament. The 5-7 prospect has a slick handle and can turn defense into offense well. Her quick hands and nimble feet make her a real threat in transition.

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AP Graham – EOTO – 2022

Graham has a lot of the tools that should make her an impactful player at the high school level. She uses her size and positioning to score efficiently around the basket. Just a freshman, she is still gaining confidence in her ability to impact the game consistently. She had a solid game today as she scored several buckets in a win.

Jonathan Hemingway is the Assistant Director of Scouting for the JumpOffPlus.com International Scouting Report, is on the Naismith Trophy Board of Selectors and owns CoachHemi.com, the go-to source for coaches for X’s and O’s.  He is the floor director of #TeamEBA camps, a site director for #TeamPSB tournaments and can be reached at [email protected].