#PBCHOOPS "SHOWTIME" Girls Team Showcase Top Performers and Standouts - Event Recap
Photos courtesy of Opportunity Sports Entertainment
The #PBCHOOPS "SHOWTIME" Girls Team Showcase provided a great opportunity for teams to get some much needed run. This event was even more important due to the uncertainty surrounding the start of the high school basketball season. The talent level in attendance was high with several prospects ranging from the senior class of 2021 down to the class of 2025. 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:
Jordana Codio (American Heritage Delray) G 6' 1" c/o 2022
Jordana Codio has already established herself as the top girls player in the class of 2022 in Palm Beach County, is committed to play division 1 basketball at University of Wisconsin and the reigning #PBCHOOPS Girls Private School Player of the Year. It could be expected that she would come in with a loaded Team PBC squad and go through the motions. It was the exact opposite, Jordana was locked in from the jump, playing with high energy on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball, averaging 20.3 pts, 7.9 rebounds and 2.5 block in two convincing victories.
Zaida Gonzalez (Team PBC/Palm Beach Lakes HS) 5' 9" G c/o 2022
Zaida Gonzalez has the type of game that takes a back seat to no one. That didn't change with her running with Team PBC, Gonzalez was full speed ahead all day, leading the fast break, finishing, knocking down shots and making assists. Zaida came to play and finished the event averaging 19.2 points, 4.3 assists and 3 steals.
Alancia Ramsey (Team PBC/American Heritage Delray) 6' 1" F c/o 2023
Alancia Ramsey is not flashy, just productive. Showcase events don't normally favor post players but Ramsey dominated. Owning the paint and converting almost every time to she got the ball down low, It's easy to see why she is a highly regarded prospect.
Khadee Hession (Team PBC/American Heritage Delray) 5' 8" PG c/o 2024
Khadee Hession is the next big thing to come out of South Florida girls basketball, you can book it. It was our first time laying eyes on Hession and she has the looks of a player, highly skilled, athletic and display and high basketball IQ. She is the future but also has the present.
E’zaria Adams (Wolves/Palm Beach Central) 5' 8" PG c/o 2023
Adams displayed pose and play-making ability in both games. A very athletic guard, that can shoot and get to the basket. She has progressed nicely since seeing her at #PBCHOOPS "Step Up" as an 8th grader.
Rebecca Scott (Wolves/Santaluces) 5' 10" G c/o 2021
Rebecca Scott was one of the bigger surprises at the event, showing an advanced all around game. Rebecca definitely is trending in the right direction going into her senior year.
Markayla Clinton (G24 Elite/Atlantic) 5' 8" c/o 2021
Markayla Clinton took a bit to get going but finished nicely playing to solid games. Clinton averaged over 14 points in both games.
Jade Jones (The King's Academy) 5' 11" G c/o 2025
It's hard to watch Jade Jones and realize that she is still in 8th grade, Jones held her own with the high school group and will be a player to watch closely.
Tamaya Patterson (G24 Elite/Atlantic) PG c/o 2021
Deborah Redmon (Team PBC/Palm Beach Lakes) 5' 8" PG c/o 2021
Jordan Race (The King's Academy) 5' 11" G c/o 2023
Kendra Bentley (Wolves/Santaluces) PG c/o 2023
Casey Lewis (Team PBC/Palm Beach Lakes) PG 5' 9" c/o 2022
Trinity Goldwire (Team PBC/Palm Beach Lakes) PG 5' 6" c/o 2022
Sophia Kateris (Polo Park) 5' 10" F c/o 2025
The #PBCHOOPS "Showtime" Team Showcase was a great preview of what to expect for the upcoming girls high school season. We appreciate all that participated.
Video from the event can be seen on the #PBCHOOPS YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzMdXsBZwdr1AUO5MIyoArQ. We will keep you posted on games 3 and 4 from Court 2 once they have been recovered.
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