DFreezy Take from the Deep South

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Written By: BallN Prep

RALEIGH, NC – The Deep South Classic is quickly becoming a must attend event on the aau circuit. The Eastern Seaboard was fully represented with teams from as far away as Nebraska in attendance for one of the biggest pre evaluation period tournaments on the east coast. Over 300 Teams were in attendance. Notable players from the Deep South 2019 include:

● #23 ​Juliann McCarron​ – 2020 (Alyssa Thomas Elite 17U – DE St. Elizabeth HS) McCarron showed the ability to consistently hit the jump shot and is a good ball-handler, she finds the open spot well and should not be left open on the wing.

● #23 ​Bernyah Mayo​ – 2020 (Alyssa Thomas Elite 17U – DE/St. Elizabeth HS) Mayo is a floor general she keeps her calm and leads her team. She is an excellent defender who put pressure on the other teams pg and keeps her man in front of her, attacks the basket and makes good decisions under pressure.

● #3 ​Amber Been​ – 2019 (Castle Athletics 17U – NY) Been is an exciting player to watch, ball handling ability is excellent, very hard for defenders to stay in front of, displayed ability to get to the rim at will. Good passer and high basketball IQ.

● #1 ​Maggie McNair ​- 2020 (DL Impact 17U – GA) McNair showed the ability to knock down the jump shot consistently, excellent at catch and shot, finds the open spot well, if ball handling skills improve could be a 1 or 2.

● #10 ​Karley LaSorsa​ – 2021 (East TN Air 2021 16U – TN) LaSorsa is fundamentally sound, shows good decision making skills hussles is a good shooter and always in the right place.

● #34 ​Shelbi Smith​ – 2021 (East TN Air 2021 16U – TN) Shelbi Smith is listed as 5’11” but plays bigger and can also shoot, she is a bit raw but work on her footwork and upper body strength could take her to the next level.

● #6 ​Janiah Ellis​ – 2020 (Georgia Sparks 2020 17U – GA) Janiah Ellis is a great shooter, she is fluid on the court, handles the ball well, and finds the open man with ease. Good player who if her motor can play at a very high level in college.

● Veonce Powell​ – 2020 (Lady Blue Chips Premier 17U – FL) Powell is a good defender able to get to the basket, & has a good jump shot. She is aggressive and has a high motor.

● Savanna Coffel ​- 2021 (NC Attack 17U – NC) Coffel was one of the bigger players in the tournament. She has good footwork in the paint and is a good spot up shooter. Could play 5 or stretch 4 with improved ball handling ability.

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