Monday, October 21, 2013

Brandi Beasley, Jaida Roper, Nicole Ungaro Shine in 94/50 Showcase

Recently, several Memphis players traveled to Clarksville, TN to participate in the inaugural 94/50 Elite Player Combine. was in the building observing the talent.

Brandi Beasley, Jaida Roper, and Nicole Ungaro stood out amongst the players.

Check out their evaluations:

Brandi Beasley (5-7 – St. George's HS Ridgeway, Memphis, TN – 2016) Beasley has been a national circuit performer for some time now and her mentioning among the very best in the state has been there for some time. A 2016 Full Court watchlist candidate, Beasley has the game and build to be one of the top point guards nationally in the class of 2016. She’s what we would classify as a “find first” point, meaning she’d rather distribute to open teammates than score. Her strong ball-handling skills and toughness make her attractive at the next level. Always in attack mode, the Memphis native will need to improve her shooting for both the mid-range and 3-point arch to warrant major consideration for All-American status, but a sure high end Division I prospect in time. (Category: Penetrator, Attacker, Distributor, Rim-Finisher)

Jaida Roper (5-5 – Houston HS, Collierville, TN – 2016) While many may look at Roper and see a diminutive and petite frame, her game screams like a giant. An absolute wizard with the ball in her hands, Roper showed on countless occasions that there are very few defenders who can stay in front of her as her crafty dribbling skills are effective and effortless. She executes dribble drives with purposes and can get anywhere she pleases on the basketball court with the ball. Roper also showed the ability to score at a high rate. Her ability to stretch the defense with three-point shooting makes her a very attractive prospect despite her lack of size and weight. (Category: Crafty Handler, Lead-Guard, Entertainer, Scoring PG)

Nicole Ungaro (6-0 – St. Benedict HS, Collierville, TN – 2016) Ungaro has a high basketball I.Q. and has good size for her position. A crafty finisher over the shot blockers and she also finishes well with both hands around the basket. (Category: Power Wing; Cerebral Player; Average Athlete)

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