#PBCHOOPS "SHOWTIME" Girls Individual Showcase Top Performers and Standouts - Event Recap PART 1
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The #PBCHOOPS "SHOWTIME" Girls Individual Showcase was a long time coming but ended up being worth the wait. The event featured an array of talent from the Treasure Coast all the way down to Puerto Rico. As mentioned previously the #PBCHOOPS platform is built to help young student-athletes, this time around the girls were front and center. Every prospect in the gym received a thorough evaluation both live in-person and also via video replay, before being added to the #PBCHOOPS Scout database for our collegiate subscribers.
Here's a list of the Top Performs and Standouts:
Amber Mateo (Somerset Academy Charter Silver Palms) PG 5' 4" c/o 2022
Amber Mateo is highly skilled and offensively aggressive playmaker. Her shooting was on display early, knocking down a variety of shots from both outside and getting to the basket. Mateo plays with a big motor and wasn't afraid to go at opposing players, showing tremendous confidence in her abilities.
Ashleigh Battle (Cardinal Gibbons) 5' 0" PG c/o 2023
This was the second time seeing Ashleigh Battle in September and she continued to impress. Solid shooter, with nice feet that plays low to the ground making it difficult for the opposition to stop. High level passer with vision.
Johanna Bell (Doral Academy) 5' 4" PG c/o 2021
Bell is a very nice point guard, always under control and making the right play each time down the floor. Showed leadership qualities even in a showcase setting, encouraging her teammates and getting back on defense.
Karleyka Lebron (San Juan, PR) 5' 5" PG c/o 2021
Lebron made the trip all the way from the island of Puerto Rico and it was definitely great that she did. Karleyka is the type of player that affects winning, always around the ball on defense, getting tips and playing the passing lanes. Offensively she is shifty with a nice handle and can finish around the basket. TOUGH!
Genesis Santiago (Mater Academy) 5' 4" PG c/o 2022
Genesis was everywhere on the court, high motor and tough. Always had her head up dribbling on the court to make plays, for herself and teammates. Solid shooter that showed the ability to finish with both hands. Pesky defender and scorers mentality.
Markeli Jones-Tynes (Calvary Christian) 5' 9" c/o 2025
Hard to believe after watching Markeli play that she is only an 8th grader. Her game is far beyond her years and at times was the best players on the floor full of high school players. She is a high level shooter with solid mechanics on her jump shoot. What was most impressive was the mix, not only settling for three point shots but getting to the basket and making pull up jump shots. This is one to watch.
Athaliah Brown (Fort Lauderdale HS) 5' 6" G c/o 2021
Myredis Arroyo (Carolina, PR) 5' 4" PG c/o 2021
Jordan Race (The King's Academy) 5' 11" G c/o 2023
Keira Washington (Treasure Coast HS) PG 5' 3" c/o 2022
Alexandra Mcauliffe (Cardinal Gibbons) F 6' 0" c/o 2024
Allison Lallance (Monarch HS) 5' 6" PG c/o 2021
Yaimar Perez (Doral Academy) G 5' 2" c/o 2022
Yeimar Perez (Doral Academy) G 5' 2" c/o 2022
Franchesca Derilus (Treasure Coast HS) G 5' 7" c/o 2021
Jessica Jenkins (William T. Dwyer HS) PG 5' 7" c/o 2021
Kori Wimberly (Park Vista) G 5' 7" c/o 2023
We will have more on them plus other players from the individual showcase later this week.
Video from the event is delayed but on the way. We will keep you posted.
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