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Tennessee signee Amira Collins battles Purdue commit Rickie Woltman at the She Got Game Classic. *Photo by Chris Hansen.

UPPER MALRBORO, Maryland – With over a hundred projected Division I recruits on hand, there was no shortage of talent in the gyms across Maryland and D.C. this weekend. Here’s a look at five committed prospects shine bright during the course of the She Got Game Classic.


Amira Collins

Maryland, Class of 2018






Collins positioned herself as a potential postseason All-American choice with her play here in a gym full of national evaluators. A future Tennessee Volunteer, Collins showed increased range on her jump shot out to the 17 foot line while not abandoning the redounding and interior work that has her rated as the nation’s No. 3 forward. Collins’ dedication to expanding her range makes her as even tougher matchup for opposing SEC defenses starting next season.



Elizabeth Kitley

North Carolina, Class of 2019




Virginia Tech


Kitley’s development over the past twelve months culminated in accepting a scholarship offer to Virginia Tech just before the weekend tipped off. The nation’s No. 13 rated post was ready to show why she’s vaulted into the Elite 100. Kitley has size, runs the floor well and is an emerging factor offensively around the basket. She still has work to do to become a consistent threat on that end of the floor but future coach Kenny Brooks will have a prospect with considerable physical tools to mold when Kitley gets to Blacksburg.


Ashley Owusu

Ashley Owusu

Virginia, Class of 2019






Owusu led a Paul VI team that came into the weekend on a mission. Rated as the No. 3 guard in the nation, she played with the poise of a seasoned veteran. With her future coach Brenda Frese on hand, the versatile guard prospect went to work slicing opposing defenses with her slashing ability. Owusu’s unique blend of size and smooth footwork make it tough for defenders at the high school level without fouling. Once she gets to the free throw line, Owusu showed here that she’s more than capable of completing the play from there as well.


Xaria Wiggins

Virginia, Class of 2018




Mississippi State


Currently ranked as the No. 10 wing nationally, Wiggins still possesses plenty of upside once she arrives on campus in Starkville. She has the frame and athleticism to be a major factor on both ends of the hardwood. Look for Mississippi State coach Vic Schaefer to continue Wiggins skill development on offense the way he did with Breanna Richardson en route to the 2017 NCAA National Championship.



Honesty Scott-Grayson

New Jersey, Class of 2018


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Scott-Grayson has been in the national spotlight from her first day on the circuit.  The Baylor-bound combo guard is a supremely talented scorer.  The area she has really shown growth in is her poise on the floor.  She picks and chooses her spots to take over the scoring load.  She makes attacking the basket look effortless and puts a lot of pressure on the weakside to be in gaps and in the lane.  She finishes after contact as well as anyone in the class as well.


Brandon Clay serves as the WNBA Director of Scouting for and owns The International Report, which is picked up by more than 150 colleges and universities nationwide. He serves as the Executive Camp Director for the Elite Basketball Academy Camps. He serves on the Naismith Trophy Men’s / Women’s College Player of the Year Academy and is chairman of the HS Boys / Girls Board of Selectors and is on the McDonald’s All-American Selection Committee. He also is the publisher of


Chris Hansen is managing editor of and serves on the McDonald’s All-American and Naismith Trophy selection committees.  He was a co-founder of and 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

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