She Got Game ATL Standouts

She Got Game ATL Standouts
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ATLANTA – The She Got Game Classic is great opportunity for players to showcase their skill set to colleges from across the country and play quality competition. Here’s a look at some of the standouts from this year’s event.


Class of 2020 guard Elizabeth Smith of IMG Academy (Fla.) is a dynamic option off of the bounce. She's got a quick pat especially to change directions and attack. She’s headed to Pacific.

Class of 2020 guard Alasia Hayes of Riverdale HS (Tenn.) is a solid option in the backcourt. She didn't showcase a specialty in this evaluation but was able to attack downhill. Hayes will play at Notre Dame next season.

Class of 2020 guard Keely Brown of Luella HS (Ga.) is a slim framed option on the perimeter. In this eval, Brown showed the ability to create off the bounce especially from right to left to pull at 15 feet. She is headed to Fresno State.

Class of 2020 guard Ariel Loiter of IMG Academy (Fla.) was impressive in this eval with her quick release. She made a tough reverse layup in the half court set as well. Loiter is headed to Colgate.

Class of 2021 guard Ja'Leah Williams of Blanche Ely (Fla.) is a smooth option on the wing. She can attack to score and loves to finish at the rim.

Class of 2021 point guard Erin Turral of Lincoln (Fla.) is absolutely fantastic. She can score it. Think Chrislyn Carr.

Class of 2021 guard Nicole Azar of Hebron Christian (Ga.) is a sharp shooter from the outside. In this eval, she showed a craftiness that allows her to create some off of the dribble as well.

Class of 2021 forward Sania Feagin of Forest Park (Ga.) has been on our radar for years. She keeps improving and growing her game. Offensively, Feagin is a consistent attack mode mentality away from being perhaps the premier frontcourt player in the class.

Class of 2022 guard Tonie Morgan of Florida HS (Fla.) is a powerful yet smooth operator at the point position. Just like our summer evals with Central Florida Elite, Morgan was a dynamic threat in the backcourt.

Class of 2022 guard Kara Dunn of Mount Paran (Ga.) is a fantastic option on the perimeter. Keep an eye on her development.


Brandon Clay serves as the Director of Scouting for and owns The 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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