SGG 2021 - Underclass Standouts

SGG 2021 - Underclass Standouts
Jordan Lee

The She Got Game Classic series is host to arguably the nation’s premier showcase games every high school season. The 2021 version in the DMV was no different. Here’s a look back at several underclass prospects who made an impact on their start to their school seasons:

 

Jadyn Donovan

District of Columbia, Class of 2023

POSITION/RANKW  /  4

HEIGHT5' 11"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

#15

Donovan’s athleticism has long been her calling card. Donovan’s bounce is uncanny. She can really snag seemingly every rebound and contest every shot.

 

Kendall Dudley

District of Columbia, Class of 2024

POSITIONPG

HEIGHT6' 1"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

ELITE
150

Dudley rose to the occasion on Saturday morning staking her claim as a premier player in the class in the process. Dudley can get it done from the outside or around the rim on the glass as well.

 

Ines Goryanova – 5-7 – 2024 - Putnam Science Academy

Goryanova is a general at the point guard position. What Goryanova lacks in flash, she more than made up for in toughness. 

 

Leah Harmon

District of Columbia, Class of 2024

POSITIONPG

HEIGHT5' 6"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

Harmon’s composure after a tough first half in the biggest game of the weekend didn’t go unnoticed. She led her team to a huge win over DeSoto with a series of winning plays.

 

Kate Koval – 6-5 – 2024 - Long Island Lutheran

Koval was fantastic in my first evaluation of her game. She has legitimate elite level length in the post.

 

Kymora Johnson 5’8” – 2023 - St. Anne’s Belfield

A name that is high up on recruiting boards nationwide, Johnson proved she belongs amongst the nation’s elite this weekend. She’s a real competitor. 

 

Jordan Lee

California, Class of 2024

POSITIONG

HEIGHT5' 8"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

ELITE
150

Lee flew across the country set to prove that she belongs in the elite category of backcourt players in her class. After watching her go off two days in a row coupled with my July evals, there is no doubt that she belongs.

 

Laila Reynolds – 6-2 – 2023 - New Hope

Reynolds is at her best in the open floor. In the modern day game, I view her as a hybrid 4 who brings versatility and athleticism to the position.  

 

Qadence Samuels – 6-2 – 2023 - Bishop McNamara

Samuels length in the frontcourt makes her multi dimensional on both ends of the floor. For a McNamara team that has a loaded schedule the rest of December, their results will rest largely on Samuels production rate.

 

Delaney Sawyer – 6-4 – 2023 - TPLS Christian

Sawyer is a recruit capable of making positive things happen on the interior. In addition to her size, she showed consistent touch around the rim and even on a turnaround jumper here. 

 

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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