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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Liz Dixon, Jayla Hemingway, Caitlyn Wilson standout at 2016 CoachHemi Fall Workout

Here's what ProspectsNation had to say about Liz, Jayla and Caitlyn:

Liz Dixon

Liz Dixon (Memphis, Tenn.), Ridgeway HS – 2018 Dixon entered the camp ranked as the No. 26 prospect in her class. The 6-foot-4 forward had her full array of skill on display on this weekend. Her long wingspan allows her to alter shots and rebound even out of her area. She is steadily climbing the ranks as one of the best defend and rebound forwards in the nation. Yet her offensive skill should not be overlooked. She hit the mid-range jumper with consistency and showed a polished on the block skill set. At one point she even hit a left handed sky hook after being fouled on the catch. With a whole host of college coach suitors, expect Dixon’s recruitment to heat up going into her junior high school season.

Jayla Hemingway

Jayla Hemingway (Colliersville, Tenn.), Houston HS – 2019 Hemingway is beginning to extert herself as a two-way impact player. Her offensive skill set helped earn her a No. 8 ranking nationally. At the camp, however, she displayed the ability to change the game defensively as well. She defended inside and out while rebounding and blocking a number of shots in her area. Offensively the 5-10 guard is shooting her jumper with accuracy from range. It will be important for Hemingway to blend creating for others as well as she can create shots for herself. Playing for the highly talented Houston High School this year should provide Hemingway plenty of opportunities to perform on big stages.

Class of 2019 guard Caitlyn Wilson of Cordova, Tennessee, showed plenty of promise at the Workout. Her size and athleticism give her the ability to make plays on either end of the court. In addition, her jumper is sneaky good.

Read entire ProspectsNation recap

Memphis Players Standout at 2016 Playmaker HS Elite Camp

Check out BallNPrep's evalation of several Memphis area players:

Alexis Acoff  ’18 G – Good handles, decent shot with 3pt range, runs floor, finishes on the break.

Alexis Taylor ’18 PG – Good passer, floor general, good court vision, quick on the dribble.

Melisa Carter ’19 F – Good inside presence, scores in paint, knocks down the 3, strong, don’t mind banging, moves well without ball; quick guard with nice shooting touch, good command of her dribble, 3pt stroke, solid defender

Johnna Jones ’17 G – Quick, good handles, gets to basket off dribble, good defender, knocks down the 3, good passer, drive and dish; quick guard with nice shooting touch, good command of her dribble, 3pt stroke, solid defender

Toni Green 5-4 19’G – Quick guard defends well, attacks the paint nice floater, finishes well, nice mid range shot

Carria Smith 6-1 18′ F – Rebounds well, runs floor, nice mid range jumper, solid defender Mid to High prospect

Read entire BallNPrep recap

Friday, October 14, 2016

POPOTV: Trezevant HS '18 Guard Sade' Hudson Interview

POPOTV: Last week at the Fall Exposure League, I had the opportunity to talk to 2018 Guard Sade' Hudson. I really enjoyed her honesty as she talked about an area of her game that she needs to work on and the surprise of being thrown into a leadership role.

Friday, October 7, 2016

POPOTV: Arlington HS '19 Forward Lanetta Williams Interview

POPOTV: Last week at the Fall Exposure League, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk to '19 Arlington Forward Lanetta Williams about her summer playing basketball, her excitement to get back on the court this basketball season and their unusual pre-season conditioning activities.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Memphis Area 2017 Class Signings

Please email commitments/signing updates and pictures.

Teal Battle (White Station/Lady Mambas) - committed to Arkansas-Little Rock
Damiah Griffin (White Station/Team Penny) - committed to UT Martin
Zaire Hicks (White Station/Lady Mambas) - committed to UT Martin
Johnna Jones (Munford/Clarksvile SOL/TN Glory) - committed to CBU
Myah LeFlore (St. Benedict/Team Penny) - committed to Austin Peay
Rochelle Lee (Houston/Lady Magic) - committed to Chattanooga
Antoinette Lewis (Harding Academy/Team Penny) - committed to South Alabama
Selena Pruitt (Lausanne/Team Penny) - committed to Alabama-Huntsville
Myah Taylor (Olive Branch/Southern Starz) committed to Mississippi State
Heaven Thompson (Bolton/Team Slink) committed to Texas A&M Corpus Christi
Taylor Williams (White Station/Team Slink) committed to Mississippi Valley State
Andreana Wrister (Cordova/Memphis Elite Daniels) committed to Mississippi Valley State

Thursday, September 29, 2016

2016 Fall Exposure League Session 1 Honors

Fall Exposure League Session 1 has ended. On Saturday, we are heading into Session 2 . First, I would like to give a special shout out to the middle school players that participated in Session 1. It wasn't easy for the middle schoolers to come into a high school environment to play. I want to commend all of them for taking that challenge to compete and learn from the older players. I also want to thank the older players for welcoming in the younger players and mentoring them through the league.

Here are the Fall Exposure League Session 1 Honors:

Miss Unstoppable - Jayla Hemingway (Houston, '19, Guard) - Averaged 22 points, 6 rebounds including a 22 points, 10 rebounds game. High motor, aggressive guard, can score from perimeter and off the dribble, very strong and aggressive at attacking the basket.

Miss Athletic - Jade Wells (Northpoint, '18, Forward) - Averaged 8 points and 9 rebounds including a 15 points, 11 rebounds game. Athletic, long arms, runs the floors very well, Can finish with left and right hand on block, Rebounder, Short Jumper range

Miss Must-See (2) - Ashtyn Baker (Northpoint, '17, Point Guard) - First week in league led all players with 10 steals, Second week in league led all scorers with 25 points. Mature Point Guard, Quick, Great at getting deflections and steals, Extremely High Motor, Leader on the Court and on the Bench

Endya Buford (Olive Branch, '20, Point Guard) - Averaged 11 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals, 3 assists. Plays at a high level. Very creative with the ball. Has great vision to feed teammates.

Miss All-Around - Sade' Hudson (Trezevant, '18, Guard) Averaged 17 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 assists including 2 double- doubles.  Can run point or play off the ball. Great anticipator. Can score off the dribble, on the perimeter or get to the basketball, Great rebounder from guard spot.

Miss Double-Double - Tamia Aldridge (Bolton, '17, Forward) Averaged 13 points, 10 rebounds including 3 double-double weeks. High Energy, Rebounder, Hustler, Very agile and athletic

Miss Distributor - Alexis Taylor (Collierville, '18,  Point Guard)   Average 5 assists per game. Distributing point guard. Floor General. Gets lots of rebounds from PG position.

Miss Take-It-Away - Zareia Ector (Memphis Catholic, '18, Guard) Averaged 5 steals per game. Quick guard, pesky on-the-ball defender, quick with the ball

Miss Middle School - Anandi Farrell-Rouseau (Schilling Farms, '21, Guard) Averaged 9 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals. Returned to the league with more confidence. Quick guard, quick hands, relentless rebounder from guard position and athletic

Miss Break Out (2) (from last year's league to this year) - Zipporah Davis (Houston, '20, Guard)  Averaged 10 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists this year. Last year, averaged 5 points. Can operate as a distribute or scorer, scores well with left or right hand at the basket, 3 point range, Rebounder.

Carria Smith (Germantown, '18, Forward/Center)  Averaged 10 points, 12 rebounds this year including 2 double-doubles. Last year,  averaged 5 points, 4 rebounds. Active post on the boards and offensively on the block.

Miss Keep-My-Eye-On (2)  Taylor Clemons (Briarcrest Christian, '20, Forward) Averaged 16 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals. Very Active on the Court, Understands how to get in position to receive the weakside feed on the block, Aggressively hunts the ball down for rebounds and tie ups, Can stretch the defense with long range shots

Caitlyn Wilson (Arlington, '19, Guard/Small Forward) Average 11 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals. Tall Guard, Great Anticipator for steals and deflections, Rebounds from guard spot

Check out Fall Exposure League Session 1 Games, Stats, Photo Galleries, Weekly Stat Leaders