Jessee Wallis of Dayton, Tenn., is a veteran at EBA events and her experience allowed her to shine in 2015 at Super 64. * Photo by Ty Freeman.
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. -- Over the past seven years the Elite Basketball Academy’s Super 64 Camp has grown into a can’t miss event in the late spring. Each June players of all ages looking to compete against the elite competition head to the Peach State and the ProspectsNation.com staff, as well as other media outlets like Blue Star Media, got a chance to evaluate 165 players in this two-day event.
Texas commit Alecia Sutton epitomizes that stage when the game slows down for an elite player. Her physical gifts at either guard spot are incredible but over the past 12 months she’s become one of the most poised guards in the class. Her explosiveness is only enhanced by her patience and expect to see her in the mix for both the McDonald’s All-American and Naismith Trophy All-American teams this winter.
ELITE 100 guard, Jordan Lewis continues to make her mark as a powerful and versatile guard. She has the ability to knock down shots from the perimeter as well as use her strength the get to the rim. The combo guard from Windermere, Fla., has a well-rounded game and has a lot to offer on both ends of the floor.
Brylee Bartram of Seffner, Fla., showed that she has been in the gym, working on her game. The 2019 prospect showed that she could consistently make shots from beyond the arc. Her game has matured since the last time that we saw her. Bartram has the tools and foundation that makes her one to watch in the years to come
When it comes to getting the most out of events like EBA Super 64, Jessee Wallis of Dayton, Tenn., tops the list. She’s a strong wing-guard with a terrific jump shot but she’s also a physical defender and a kid that will make the effort plays without being asked.
Jordan Isaacs of Dallas, Ga. proved to be a presence on both ends of the floor. She has great length and athletic ability that bode well for her around the basket. Isaacs runs the floor well in transition and has the ability to gather herself and score baskets a full speed. Jordan makes it tough for her opponents to score around the basket.
Morgan Davis of Orlando, Fla., was one of the most impressive post players At the EBA Super64 event. She has solid footwork around the basket, which is complimented by her elite size. The 6-foot-4 post has strong hands and keeps the ball high in traffic around the basket. She was impressive with her positioning and patience down on the block. Davis has good touch around the rim and proved that she can be a go to post scorer.
The combination of size and speed immediately grabs your attention but 2016 forward Makenna Woodfolk of University Place, Wash., flew across the country to prove she could score the basketball. Turning over her left shoulder in the paint as well as stretching the defense by shooting trail jumpers were staples of her game. She can excel in a rim-running role as well and she will block some shots with her 6-2, lanky frame.
Chris Hansen is managing editor of ProspectsNation.com and serves on the McDonald’s All-American and Naismith Trophy selection committees. He was the national director of scouting for ESPN HoopGurlz from 2005 until 2012 and is the director of the Check Me Out Showcase. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephen Peck is the owner of Dream In Motion Athletics and is a national evaluator for the JumpOffPlus.com National Scouting Report. He also serves as a on-floor skills coach at the Elite Basketball Academy events. He can be reached at StephenPeck@peachstatebasketball.com.