May Day Challenge Day One Standouts

May Day Challenge Day One Standouts
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Kelly Fitzgerald was in command at the point guard position, elevating her stock. *Photo by Ty Freeman.

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga., - The PSB May Day Challenge began the three-day event on Friday night. Although outside of the NCAA viewing period for college coaches, teams and players received extensive media coverage and attention during game play. Here is a recap of the standout performers from day one.

Elizabeth Dixon (Germantown, Tenn.), - Ridgeway High School – 2018

Dixon has made the most significant leap in the past 12 months. She is a paint protector standing 6 feet 4 inches. Her ability to swat shots from the paint makes her an interior player that can anchor a team’s defense consistently. However, her athleticism gives her versatility to play at the top of a press or finish in transition. She showed skill on the offensive end as she is a threat to hit the pick and pop jumper or finish in traffic in the lane. Dixon has interest from dozens of schools nationwide after her spring performances. She is an ELITE 100 watch list player following her performance this weekend at the May Day Challenge.

Brooke Moore (McDonough, Ga.), - Henry High School – 2018

Moore made a statement as one of the region’s top shooters at the May Day Classic. Her ability to get her shot off quickly with accuracy makes her an impact player on Alfred Motton’s FBC team. Range and degree of difficulty are not a concern for the 5-8 shooting guard. Combine that with the fact that she has supreme confidence in her shooting abilities and Moore is a threat to score double digits on each outing.

Latrice Perkins (Statham, Ga.), - Winder Barrow High School – 2018

Latrice Perkins of Statham, Ga.
*Photo by Ty Freeman
We have watched the Georgia Red Storm multiple times this spring and have been impressed with the growth of Perkins, a 5-11 guard. The rangy wing specializes at slashing to the rim but uses her length well on the defensive end too. She has the versatility to defend multiple positions on the court. What she showed this weekend was consistency to produce on both ends of the court.


Kelly Fitzgerald of Apex, N.C., is establishing herself as a premier point guard in the southeast region. A class of 2017 prospect, Fitzgerald has showcased the skill to control tempo for Carolina All Stars Norwood, a PSBFamily member.

Class of 2018 guard Lexius Jeffcoat of Evans, Ga., has the ability to make things happen with the ball in her hands. Like Fitzgerald, Jeffcoat has an invite to Super 64 Camp in June.

Class of 2017 guard Taylor Mason of Ga., is a tough matchup at the guard position. Mason is a strong framed option who can finish at the rim and hit the open jump shot for PSBFamily member Team Elite Pointer EYBL.

Class of 2018 guard Robyn Benton of Conyers, Ga., has improved her game leaps and bounds. Her entire arsenal was on display this weekend as she made an impact for PSBFamily member, Team ELITE Hubbard EYBL.


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