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Thursday, July 9, 2015

Tori Sewell, Teal Battle, Jasmine Carson, Lanetta Williams and Jayla Hemingway standout at 2015 Run 4 the Roses

Premier Sports Group Media was in attendance at the Run 4 the Roses tournament in Lexington, KY.

Check out what they had to say about several Memphis area players:

2016

Tori Sewell, 5’10 wing, Memphis Elite-Williams (Arlington HS, Millington, TN) – Tori is a long athletic wing that shoots the three ball with deep range. She has the ability to attack from the wing, but also does a great job of seeing the floor and dishing off when needed. Low to Mid D1.

2017

 Teal Battle, 6’1 foward, Team Penny (Olive Branch HS, Memphis, TN) – Teal is an athletic forward that plays extremely hard. She plays outstanding defense and is all over the floor diving for loose balls. She is very solid around the basket offensively and is capable of shooting the mid-range. Mid to High Mid D1.

2018

Jasmine Carson, 5’8 guard, Team Penny (Central HS, Memphis, TN) – A very savvy guard with great vision of the floor. She did a great job of running the baseline and knocking down the three from the corner. Carson is an above average athlete and continues to get better each time we see her. Mid-Major prospect.

2019 

 
Lanetta Williams


Lanetta Williams, 6’3 post, Team Penny (Central HS, Memphis, TN) – Basketball runs through the veins of the Williams family as her dad plays pro ball overseas. The lefty post has big time athleticism and is fairly skilled. The potential upside of her game is what truly intrigues those that watch her play. BCS prospect.


Jayla Hemingway


Jayla Hemingway, 5’10 guard, Tennessee Flight 15u EYBL (Houston HS, Memphis, TN) – A strong athletic guard with good court vision. Hemingway does a very good job of getting to the basket by using her size. She rebounds the ball well and understands how to play in transition off of the rebound. Jayla is one of the more sought after players in the 2019 class and should be no stranger to coaches at the top BCS schools.

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