One player whose game continues to grow and expand is class of 2019 guard, Jayla Hemingway. Hemingway brings a balance of power and developing skill to the backcourt positions. With her size she is comfortable playing around the rim too. This weekend we saw Hemingway show more comfort playing off the bounce and making quality decisions with the ball in her hands. She can thrive playing in the halfcourt as well as playing in transition and attacking the rim. As she becomes a more consistent perimeter shooter, Hemingway could put herself in the discussion as one of the top prospects in the country for the class of 2019.
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#CoachHemiShowcase '19 Jayla Hemingway @jayla_alonaa plays lock down D during 1v1 session with @WeWorkHoops pic.twitter.com/fLqOKrZFji— Jonathan Hemingway (@CoachHemi) March 13, 2016