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John Lucas Top160 Superlatives

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Top Row – 2020 Allison Campbell, 2019 Breanna Beal, 2019 Maria Alvarez, 2021 Lisa Tesson; 2nd Row – 2018 Shania Edgecombe & 2017 Megan Walker, 2018 Brooke Moore, 2019 Alissa Pili, 2019 Donna Ophambo-Ntambue; 3rd Row – 2018 Raija Todd, 2018 Kourtney Weber, 2018 Morgan Jones, 2020 Deyona Gaston; 4th Row – 2018 Ja’Mee Asberry, 2019 Madison Griffon, 2018 Leigha Brown, 2019 Kynadi Kuykendoll

 

John Lucas Top 160 Superlatives –

 

Usually when I cover an event, I spend time writing down a bunch of info on players, mostly what makes those players great.  While each individual player is unique in the combination of attributes they possess, the attributes that make basketball players great are widely acknowledged…traits like explosive, athletic, great handles, strong, long, good finisher, good shooter, high motor and the list goes on & on.  

Since most of the players at John Lucas were very good in some attributes or another, I wanted to mix things up and do my write up a little different this time.  So here goes on my take (btw your take may have been different and that’s completely ok) –

 

Best Little Guards (5’4 and under)

Sarah Te-Biasu – 5’2 – Montreal, QC – 2017

Madison Griffon – 5’4 – Copperas Cove, TX – 2019

Ja’Mee Asberry – 5’4 – Tulsa, OK – 2018

 

Best Big Guards (6’ and taller)

Breanna Beal – 6’1 – Rock Island, IL – 2019

Ariel Young – 6’1 – Tallahassee, FL – 2018

Kayla Owens – 6’1 – Houston, TX – 2017

Rennia Davis – 6’1 – Jacksonville, FL – 2017

Maya Caldwell – 6’ – Charlotte, NC – 2017

Liz Scott – 6’ – Tomball, TX – 2019

Morgan Jones – 6′ – Jonesboro, GA – 2018

 

Best Back to the Basket

Kasiyahna Kushkiyuah – 6’4 – Austell, GA – 2017

Kennedi Jackson – 6’3 – New Orleans, LA – 2019

Christina Morra – 6’3 – Mississauga, ON – 2018

Elysa Wesolek – 6’2 – Charleston, SC – 2018

 

Best Motor

Kynadi Kuykendoll – 5’7 – Memphis, TN – 2019

Raevyn Ferguson – 5’5 – St. Louis, MO – 2019

McKinzie Green – 5’7 – Rosharon, TX – 2019

Quanniecia Morrison – 5’8 – Powder Springs, GA – 2017

 

Strongest

Ariana Taylor – 6’ – Houston, TX – 2018

Alissa Pili – 6’ – Anchorage, AK – 2019

Donna Ophambo-Ntambue – 5’9 – Montreal, QC – 2019

 

Best Floor Generals –

Raija Todd – 5’7 – Cedar Hill, TX – 2018

Hannah Barber – 5’6 – Homewood, AL – 2018

DaJinae McCarty – 5’6 – Desoto, TX – 2019

Allison Campbell – 5’10 – Altoona, PA – 2020

Honesty Scott-Grayson – 5’8 – Laurel, MD – 2018

 

Best Shooter

Brooke Moore – 5’7 – McDonough, GA – 2018

Leigha Brown – 6’1 – Auburn, IN – 2018

Anna Jackson – 6’ – Flower Mound, TX – 2018

Camree Clegg – 5’6 – Westland, MI – 2018

Maria Alvarez – 5’7 – Bal Harbor, FL – 2019

 

Most Athletic

Jala Buster – 5’10 – Cypress, TX – 2018

Daja Woodard – 6’2 – Mobile, AL – 2018

Nydia Lampkins – 6’3 – Palm Bay, FL – 2018

Taylen Collins – 6’ – Sallisaw, OK – 2020

 

Biggest Upside

Deyona Gaston – 6’3 – Pearland, TX – 2020

Shania Edgecombe – 6’2 – Jacksonville, FL – 2018

Myra Gordon – 6’ – Fort Worth, TX – 2020

Deja Kelly – 5’6 – San Antonio, TX – 2020

Kourtney Weber – 5’10 – New Orleans, LA  – 2018

 

Best Overall –

Lexi Gordon – 6’1 – Fort Worth, TX – 2017

Chasity Patterson – 5’6 – Houston, TX – 2017

Samantha Brunelle – 6’2 – Ruckersville, VA – 2019

Megan Walker – 6’1 – Richmond, VA – 2017

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