Chicagoland Invitational Upperclass -- 2015

Chicagoland Invitational Upperclass -- 2015
Chicagoland Invitational Upperclass -- 2015Haley Gorecki

Duke signee Haley Gorecki put on a show at her home gym in the Chicagoland Invitational. *Photo by Chris Hansen.

PALATINE, Ill. – We previously took an in-depth look at the underclass standouts at the Chicagoland Invitational hosted by coach Dave Yates and Fremd High School. Not to be out done, the seniors stepped up as well. Here is a look at some of the top upperclass prospects on hand:

Yates’ own Haley Gorecki of Palatine, Ill., is ranked No. 46 overall in the class of 2015 ELITE 150. The 6-foot point guard has been on her A-Game in both of our high school evaluations this season -- first in Arizona and again here on her home floor. With future Duke assistant coach Hernando Planells watching, Gorecki made open jump shots as well as attacked the lane to get her teammates quality looks.

Madinah Muhammad of Chicago, Ill., showed why Mississippi coach Matt Insell and his staff are so excited about her arrival in Oxford this coming summer. The No. 67 prospect nationally, Muhammad is a powerful four-star option on the perimeter who is capable of hitting the open jump shot as well. Against Heritage Christian, Muhammad led Whitney Young to victory hitting both the standstill 3-pointer and the pull-up midrange shot.

Sydney Hall of Indianapolis, Ind., has been on our radar for years. The four-star point guard was a consistent factor on a loaded Indy Lady Gym Rats team last summer. This evaluation was a little different as Hall is a go-to offensive threat for her Heritage Christian team. Hall scored 20-plus points in both games, finding a multitude of ways -- 3-pointers, mid-range jump shots, runners in the lane -- to put the ball in the basket. Hall signed with IUPUI in the early period and should bring the program immediate toughness to the roster next year.

Princeton signee Gabrielle Rush of Hinsdale, Ill., showed us her ability to heat up quickly, making several 3-pointers in a Sunday matchup against Benet Academy. Rush, who plays for Hinsdale Central, had her future Tigers’ coach Courtney Banghart courtside for this one. With a quick release and smooth shooting stroke, we expect Rush to be able to help Banghart maintain Princeton as one of the nation’s premier mid-major programs.

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