Charlotte Adler – St. Joseph Academy
Charlotte is a very nice combo guard, she can either play a traditional point or score if needed. When at the point she has great composure, she don’t take a lot of chances so she doesn’t turn it over very much. She can really shoot the ball as well, having the ability to create her own shot makes her really good on the perimeter. (6/6/19)
Karli Anker – Manchester
Karli is a big time talent, she’s smart beyond her years. She has toughness getting to the basket and can use both hands well. Has the ability to shoot the ball well. Very physical for her age.
Aly Dwyer – Medina
Aly is an incredible athlete. She has a great feel for the game. Because Aly is so gifted physically she is a big time threat in transition. Just an incredible playmaker, she will be very well known soon.
Kyla Foster – McKinley
Kyla is a longer guard who loves to attack. She is not only quick to the basket but smooth and has the ability to finish effortlessly. Very active defender. Will probably see big minutes for the Pups.
Aniyah Hall – GlenOak
Aniyah is a very physically gifted kid. She has incredible speed and a great vertical. While a lot of kids can’t put the athleticism on the floor in relation to game play, Hall has no problem with that. She finishes well around the rim and makes a living off of the offensive boards.
Kate Haubert – Hoover
Kate is a big time energy kid. She is long and defends well. She still looks like a freshman but she’s also much stronger and tougher than you’d think. She turns turnovers into points with the best of them.
Athena Hocevar – Gilmour Academy
Athena is long and smooth. She won’t be expected to carry much responsibility on a loaded Lancer team but she will play and contribute. She gets to the rim well and can shoot the ball.
Casey Johnson – Salem
Tough guard with lots of confidence. She can shoot it from outside well already and also has confidence getting to the rack. She’s poised with the ball and always seems to be in control.
Abby Laizure – Carrollton
Abby is a pure shooter. She’s tiny, but has a quick release and shoots a high percentage. She has a nice midrange game to keep defenders off balance.
Emma Leis – Spencerville
Emma is a big time competitor. She is very shifty with the ball in her hands and attacks the rim well. She has the ability to really get hot when she’s in an aggressive mode. I love her court vision not only in transition but in the half court, she has a nice ability to create for others. (5/6/19)
Sarah McKey – Medina
Bigger tough kid. Moves well and understands the game. Has the size and length plus the athleticism to play multiple positions.
Meya Metz – GlenOak
Meya may not get a chance to show what she has on varsity this year but she is a kid I believe is worth watching. She’s long and athletic and uses it well as a good slasher. She has the ability to make tough shots and cause matchup problems on the perimeter.
Zoe Miller – Hiland ♦ Committed to Bowling Green
Good size and build for her age, Zoe is a very polished player with decent skills inside and outside the paint. Very tough kid who will battle with bigger posts.
Grace Mills – Garfield
Grace is a tremendous shooter. Has the ability, with lots of hard work, to be an elite scorer with a tremendous arsenal. She’s very basketball savvy and has the natural knack for the game.
Brynn Mullet – Hiland
Brynn is tough and has good length. She’s already a formidable inside and outside scorer, and continues to grow. Brynn has a high IQ and awareness on the floor. Tough and scrappy defender.
Sydnie Pierce – Green
Sydnie is a tough PG that is mature beyond her years. She has a great skill set on both ends of the floor and is equally tough and physical. She’s well equipped to stand up to Federal League competition as a freshman.
Andrea Place – Vincent Warren
Andrea has the unique ability at her age to be unpredictable while attacking off the dribble. Decent shooter with a drive to continue getting better.
Ava Scroggs – Jackson
Ava has a ton of game. She’s well rounded and can score from outside or inside. She’s small but has good moves to keep bigger defenders off balance. Ava is a fiery competitor who doesn’t back down from anyone.
Shyanne Sellers – Aurora
Shyanne would be the closest to being the real deal that I’ve seen this summer. She is very long and athletic, and can shoot the ball very well. Shyanne can also get to the rim effortlessly. This kid will be a big time recruit.
Riley Stopp – Cornerstone
Riley is long and very active. I really like how she can be versitle and play the perimeter as well as the interior. She has really good ball skills for her size, can get the ball up the floor and finish at the rim well. A lot of upside with her athleticism and skill set. (5/6/19)
Taylor Strock – Napolean
Taylor is a great athlete. Her speed makes her great in transition with or without the ball. Her quickness gives her the ability to beat defenders and finish at the rim. Her strength along with her quickness makes her a player who can guard bigger or smaller. (5/6/19)
Kelsey Swihart – Hiland
Kelsey is a bigger stronger kid with some good athleticism. She has a very good skillset both handling the ball and shooting it. Her size, skillset and athletic ability make her a kid to keep an eye on.
Nakyah Terrell – McKinley
Nakyah has great ball skills. She handles the ball well, finishes around the rim and shoots it decent. She has so much room to expand herself to a special level. Another freshman ready to play in the Federal League.
Brooklyn Troyer – Waynedale
Brooklyn has the size, the ability to stroke the 3, the handles and all the intangibles, to be very good. She will sneak up on a lot of people but she is already as good as a lot of common named guards in her class. Never stops being a teammate and never stops playing hard. (5/6/19)
Amy Velasco – Centerville
Amy is a big time player, she has incredible speed and strength. She is nearly unstoppable in transition as she is a great decision maker, can use both sides of the rim, and only needs an inch to beat a defender. She is a sharpshooter who will knock down spot up 3’s, score on the move or create her own shot. (6/13/19)
Danielle Vuletich – Western Reserve
Danielle stands well over 6 foot and moves well for her size. She rebounds great on both ends and knows what to do with it when she grabs offensive boards. While she can step out and knock down shots from mid to long range, she doesn’t allow that to take her away from her strong suits. (5/6/19)
Kat Weakley – Worthington Christian
Katherine is very dynamic offensively. She shoots the ball very well from deep. She makes great decisions and doesn’t always settle for the jump shot. She beats defenders and gets to the rim well. She is much stronger than she looks, and she uses her length really well. She does some really good things in transition, getting to the rim, creating for others or consistently knocking down the pullup. (6/6/19)
Hailey Weaver – Solon
Hailey is a very special player. She’s in a small group of kids I know that can get their own shot whenever they want it. Her athleticism and length are a huge asset, her ability to get to the rim, or even pull up midrange makes her very tough to guard. (5/6/19)
Gabby Whitzel – Toledo St. Ursula
Gabby shows quite regularly that she can really fil it up from deep. She has a quick release and good range. Though the 3 ball is her biggest asset she is a tough kid who doesn’t mind mixing it up and battling. (5/6/19)
Skye Williams – Pickerington Central
Skye is already well known in the basketball world. She is light years ahead of her age and plays with great composure and toughness. The skillset is high and she has a great array of offensive moves to go along with her smooth game.
Skye transferred to a bigger school at Pick Central, though she was behind older players that made her playing time go down some, she fit in just fine. The better competition did nothing but great things for her. (5/6/19)
Morgan Yoder – Hiland
Morgan has a very well rounded game. She is tough and aggressive going to the rim, is smooth and focused in transition, shoots the ball well and defends. Special player in the making.