Champions League East Recap

Champions League East Recap
Skyla Tuthill


Cap City had a dominant start to TOC Champions League play in Hampton, Virginia. *Photo by Sumeet Kumar.

HAMPTON, Virginia – The April evaluation weekend marked the inaugural session of the Champions League. With over 200 schools in to watch the multitude of talent in league play, there was no shortage of recruitable prospects in play at any given time. Here’s a look at several of the standouts from the weekend:

 

Eva Andrews

Pennsylvania, Class of 2024

POSITIONG

HEIGHT5' 10"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

Andrews used the stage to solidify herself as a prospect to track in the northeast region all spring. She has multiple offers already including William and Mary. Andrews is a key piece for an Exodus NYC National team looking to make a run at the Champions League title this season.

 

Hannah Bernstein – Mass Huskies TOC – 2024

Bernstein is a tempo pusher with the ball in her hands. She can direct traffic, run sets and quarterback the team. In this showing, Bernstein was at her best pushing into the halfcourt set then making a read to get the offense initiated.

 

Sarah Gordon

Alabama, Class of 2025

POSITIONF

HEIGHT5' 11"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

ELITE
150

Gordon walked into the weekend as a prospect not known outside of Alabama and left as a name to track all spring / summer on the Eastern Seaboard. Her ability to stretch defenses with her outside shot is worth noting but it’s her attacking mindset off the catch that was a difference maker here.

 

Ke’Iara Odume – iDream Black – 2024

Odume has several scholarship offers already and for good reason. She’s a rising star capable of making things happen on either end of the hardwood. Odume’s ability to make plays around the rim is a potential separator and a reason why iDream is a team to watch closely in Chicago.

 

Sira Thienou – Cap City Ballers – 2024

Thienou was fantastic throughout the weekend leading the Ballers to the championship. She even made a shot sitting on the ground. That sums up how hot Thienou was from start to finish. As a result, expect her recruitment to keep growing as she propels into the Elite 100 conversation.

 

Skyla Tuthill

North Carolina, Class of 2025

POSITIONG

HEIGHT6' 0"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

ELITE
150

Tuthill’s progression is coming along even better than we would have projected 12 months ago. The 6-foot guard made the decision to switch school and club programs giving her an opportunity to play more with the ball in her hands. The outcome is three new offers in the last month with several other schools tracking her closely.

 

Alyssa Staten

Georgia, Class of 2024

POSITIONP

HEIGHT6' 4"

COMMITTED TO


Northeastern

There aren’t very many legitimate 6-4 post options available on the East Coast let alone ones who can play at the level that Staten can. Her combination of hands and footwork provide an upside that few interior players in the class possess. Staten already has received offers from Nicholls State and Western Carolina post event with a standing South Carolina State offer too.

 

Brandon Clay serves as the Director of Scouting for ProspectsNation.com and owns The BrandonClayScouting.com Evaluation Report, which is read by more than 200 colleges and universities nationwide. He also serves as the Executive Skills Director for the Brandon Clay Scouting Academy Series.

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