Tuesday, April 20, 2010

How did Memphis do in the 2010 NCAA Spring Evaluation period

With at least 8 teams traveling, I'm sure Memphis represented very well this past weekend in front of college coaches, recruiters and the media. As I receive recaps from the programs, I will update this post.

Michael T White's Deep South Classic in North Carolina

Team Memphis Elite-Daniels finished 4th place in the 32 team 17U bracket. ESPN Hoopgurlz even tweeted about Hasina Muhammad and Danielle Ballard's performance. Memphis Select Lady Magic also had a great showing in the 17U bracket finishing in 13th place.

Deep South Classic Evaluation from Peach State Hoops Director of Scouting, Keil Moore:

Class of 2012 point guard Danielle Ballard (Memphis, TN/ Memphis Elite) and class of 2011 small forward Hasina Muhammad (Memphis, TN/ Memphis Elite) were both very effective with their play this weekend. Ballard is right their with the best point guards in the class of 2012 and is showing a more improved feel for the game. Muhammad's length creates problems for people when she is on the defensive end, and she has continued to develop her offensive skill set which was already one of the best at the small forward position in the class of 2011.

Click here for complete evaluation from Peach State Hoops

Deep South Classic Evaluation from ESPN HoopGurlz's Kevin Powell:

Hasina Muhammad: Memphis has produced its share of high -level perimeter performers and Muhammad seems to be staging her emergence on the national scene as such. The slightly built, 6-1 wing player is an acrobatic finisher around the cup and uses her length at both ends of the floor. She will need to add mass to her slight frame to continue her maturation as an elite player. Her shot has a considerable hitch and could use some refining, but overall a solid contributor due in large part to her ability to affect the game with her length and overall ball skills on the perimeter.

Super-South Country Jam in Tennessee

Team Idlewild Fury finished in 3rd place. Lillie Pitman lead in scoring, rebounding, steals and block shots. Kaitlyn McCoy lead in assists and second in scoring.

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