Summer Madness 2021 Girls – RECAP

22 Caelan Ellis (McEachern) Ellis is a natural shooter with excellent range. Ellis demonstrated her ability to catch and shoot the ball from deep or knock it down off the dribble. She pulled Coach Jarrett to the side before her last game at the showcase and asked him how she could perform better. Not only did she make the corrections, but she exceeded expectations. She is a very coachable athlete with a bright future in the game.

’22 Kehinde Obasuyi (Carrollton): Kehinde Obasuyi is the ultimate competitor and a magician with the basketball. She plays with extreme confidence and a high IQ that every coach wants on their team. The rising senior competes at an elite level with has a strong handle and is a great creator. Coaches in need of a floor general should be making Obasuyi a priority ASAP

’22 Erial Owens (Hiram): Erial Owens is better than advertised. Standing 6’0”, the strong, physical forward has a beautiful mid-range jumper and can score on every level. Owens has a strong frame that makes her a consistent match-up problem. Recently earning an offer from Clark Atlanta, Owens has the potential to help a lot of D2s and LM D1s at the next level.

’22 Katelyn Dunning (Mt.Paran): Katelyn possesses loads of natural skill and ability at point guard. The rising senior plays at a pace and tempo that exhibits her high IQ on the court. Dunning has such a great handle of the ball, she can literally do whatever she wants on the floor. An elite floor general, knockdown shooter and one of the best passers in the state of Georgia, Dunning will be a great collegiate PG. Visit Katelyn’s PRO Movement profile: Here

’22 NeKaya Williams (Brookwood): Williams is an excellent driver of the basketball that has elite court vision. Her ability to facilitate creates easy opportunities for her teammates. The long guard can play and guard 1-3 effectively, making her a double threat to her opponents. She is the REAL DEAL that can impact your team early in her career. Expect her 1st offer to fall here shortly.

’22 Amaya Moss (Kell): Moss came out on a mission at our #SummerMadness Showcase. An unselfish teammate that is not concerned with stats and plays hard each possession. She is exceptionally long and can guard almost every position. With elite academics, colleges will love her versatility, skill set, wingspan and height.

’21 Sydney Jones (Hiram): Jones’ physicality on the wing stands out on both sides of the floor. She is able to get wherever she wants on the court while prohibiting opponents from doing the same. Having recently been verbally committed to a NCAA D2, Jones is now back on the market. With a 3.9 GPA and 1240 SAT, this physical, highly skilled and energetic wing can be an impact prospect at the collegiate level.

’23 Eghosa Obasuyi(Carrollton): Eghosa is just as impactful as her sister, Kehinde Obasuyi. She is a deep range sniper that plays with an edge and toughness most coaches seek in their athletes. A team player on and off the court, Obasuyi has a nice handle allowing her to create plays with ease. Expect to see a breakout junior season from Obasuyi.

’22 Jayla Cook (Redan): Every time #PRO has seen Jayla, she has significantly improved. An impressive lead guard with a nice handle and high motor, Cook creates plays effortlessly. She had several steals and assists during the showcase that demonstrated her ability to play on both sides of the court. With a 3.6 GPA, Cook has set herself up for a HUGE senior season.

’22 Becca Ledford (Fannin County): With countless accolades in her high school career, Ledford’s skill backs up her impressive resume. She’s an extremely tough competitor and has strong leadership qualities. Demonstrating a work ethic every coach desires, Ledford can create for others and score in various ways. With an offer from Reinhardt University, expect more schools to get involved here shortly.

’22 Mia Geveke (Harrison): Mia Geveke is an extremely intelligent basketball player that has made a serious jump in her development over the last few months. Her growth in confidence has allowed her to develop a good handle, paired with her elite shooting. She manifested her ability to hit threes consistently during the showcase. Geveke’s recruitment is on the rise, as she has heard from programs across the country in the recent months. Visit Mia’s PRO Movement profile: Here

’22 Kaitlyn Robinson (Druid Hills): A dynamic scoring guard that is extremely competitive, making Kaitlyn a instant threat on the court. Robinson is active on both sides of the court, can shoot the ball from the three and loves attacking the rim. The rising senior showed consistency on the court with her deep range, proving to be a legitimate collegiate prospect.

’24 Samantha Ambroselli (Centennial): Ambroselli showed up consistently throughout #SummerMadness. More of a quiet demeanor but you can tell the underclassmen lives in the gym. Rarely making the wrong read, Ambroselli is a prospect that makes BIG PLAYS, displays excellent fundamentals and has an exceptionally high basketball IQ.

’22 Deniece Ryan (Highland – NM) : From New Mexico, Deniece Ryan holds potential for greatness in her near future. Regardless of her size, she brings a very impactful game. A knockdown shooter on the court, Ryan is a very quick and tough competitor. Demonstrating an elite handle and the ability to create plays for her teammates with ease, college coaches will definitely see value in the high motor Ryan.

’23 Jada Morgan (Macon Mystics): The Middle Georgia STANDOUT had yet another strong showing. After the event Jada was seen speaking to quite a few coaches. The tough, physical impact forward has already accumulated the accolades and achievements most players never earn.

23 Hannah Cali (Calvary Day School): Hannah Cali is a smooth guard poised to have a BREAKOUT junior season. She plays at a great pace and has an excellent understanding of the game. A crafty guard that can score & facilitate makes Cali an intriguing prospect. Demonstrating a high basketball IQ, the rising junior is going to be very attractive to college coaches.

22 Laila Battle (Campbell): We know the shooting ability, with sniper accuracy, Laila possesses. However, at #SummerMadness Battle’s playmaking ability was on full display. Controlling pace & tempo while creating for her teammates, Battle continues to prove her abilities to be a versatile backcourt option for college coaches. Laila has been in contact with D2s, NAIAs & D3s. Visit Laila’s PRO Movement profile: Here

’22 Sariyah Henry (Grayson): The 6’1″ southpaw is extremely versatile and can score from the outside and in the paint. The #PRO staff genuinely believe her best basketball is in front of her. Henry has the skill set, size, length and versatility to impact the game in various ways.

’24 Jayla Gudz (Buford): Jayla Gudz has a very impressive handle of the ball and displays high level court vision. She is a crafty point guard with a nice shooting ability. The fact that she has three more years of high school ball left and plays this well against older competition is very impressive. There is a high ceiling for Gudz as a point guard.

’22 Simone Lett (Alpharetta): Lett is a physical post with excellent size & impressive court vision. Standing a legit 6’1″+, Lett can score in the post with either hand and rebound the ball at a high level. College coaches will be making her a priority very soon.

’24 Jayda Jackson (North Paulding): Jackson has taken a HUGE LEAP since the last #PRO Showcase. A serious jump in in the confidence, also being very poised helped Jayda impact the game in various. Deep range shooting & an impressive creator as an underclassmen.

’24 Ashantes Lewis (Pebblebrook): Lewis played exceptionally well & definitely showed promise at #SummerMadness. The versatile big ran the floor in transition, protected the rim & finished with both hands in the paint. Lewis accepted the challenge & rose to the occasion!

’22 India Johnson (New Manchester): India is crafty PG with nice court vision, high activity level on defense and has the ability to knockdown perimeter shots. India has great energy and many of the characteristics college coaches look for in their floor general!

’23 MJ Harris (Marietta): MJ is the ultimate two way player that every college coach wants. She has size, strength, quickness and the versatility to impact both ends on the floor, without being ball dominant on the offensive end. Coming off a State Title last year… expect these next two years for MJ to be monumental.

’22 Annaclaire Yearick (Killian Hill): Annaclaire is a very active guard that can shoot the ball from deep and slash to the rim. She has a quick release and very reliable from the outside. Heading into her senior year, with a 3.9 GPA, expect Annaclaire to really take her game to the next level!

’23 Loren Nelson (Marietta): Coming off a State Championship with Marietta High School, Nelson has stayed in the gym and continued to hone her craft. Nelson has excellent size & strength making a matchup problem for smaller guards. She can score on every level and with two years of high school ball remaining… Coach DeWitt has yet another special player.

’24 Betty Nguyen (Buford): The rising sophomore is the ultimate competitor and backs down from no one. On the floor Betty is extremely confident in her abilities and never lacks confidence. Betty quickly stands out to everyone watching the game due to her energy, toughness & FIGHT. This young lady is a special competitor you don’t see often.

’23 Tasia Agee (Warner Robins): Agee was a pleasant surprise out of Middle Georgia. She came out and played with a toughness, poise & composure. Her ability to pass, facilitate and shoot definitely stood out. Not to mention her 3.5 GPA… There is definitely a high ceiling for this rising junior.

’22 Shakayla Smith (Marietta): Yet another really good player Coach DeWitt has on his roster that has taken a serious leap in her development. Smith guards, defends, makes good decisions and excels in her role. Also, paired with the ability to knockdown shots from the outside… Smith is indeed, reliable & consistent.

’22 Chelsea Lewis (Campbell): #PRO absolutely love the way Lewis competes. High motor, selfless, toughness and the type of teammate you want on your side, competing at a high level. Elite perimeter defender set to have a breakout senior season.