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Memphis Select | February 25, 11am-1pm, Registration starts at 10:30am | 4th and 5th grade | Location: Lausanne Collegiate School 1381 West Massey, 38120 | Contact: Pam Pointer 901-270-0608, Curtis Jones 901-406-9737

Location Change -- Memphis Future Stars | February 26 | 5, 6, 7th graders | 5th (3pm-4pm); 6/7th (4pm-5pm) | Location: Fairley High School 4950 Fairley Rd, 38109 | Contact: Coach Price - memphisfutures1@comcast.net

Memphis Select | March 11, 11am-2pm, Registration starts at 10:30am | 9, 10, 11th grade | Location: Lausanne Collegiate School 1381 West Massey, 38120 | Contact: Ruberto Lawson 901-262-8531, Curtis Jones 901-406-9737

Team Slink | March 11 12pm-4pm | Location: McFarland Community Center 4955 Cottonwood, 38118 | Contact: John McGraw 646-773-5699

Memphis Future Stars | March 25 | 9th graders | Time: TBA | Location: Ridgeway Baptist Church 2500 Ridgeway Rd, 38119 | Contact: Coach Price - memphisfutures1@comcast.net

Friday, July 10, 2015

Rodrea Echols shine at 2015 Big State Flava Jam



Blue Star Media was in attendance at the Big State Flava Jam. This is what they had to say about Overton's Rodrea Echols:

Another player we’ve watched over the years is finally on her final summer tour is Rodrea Echols.  The Memphis native has been playing up since a young age and her time has definitely arrived.  A 2016 “power” guard for the Sophia Young Elite, she has the attention and BCS offers that reflect the level of her game.  You would definitely categorize her as physically strong and playing with a maturity that is beyond a lot of her scholastic peers.  Echols doesn’t get the “college ready” banner quite yet with the need to find more consistency and a greater focus off the ball defensively.  However, at her best, she’ll challenge any backcourt opposition with her ability to create looks off the drive and the pull up.  The stroke and touch are there as well to necessitate a quick closeout creating a decision on the lesser of evils for defenders.

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