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LBI Event Recap: The Clash "Part Two" (Cincinnati, OH)

By Keith Wade @wadesworld32, 04/26/24, 6:30PM EDT


Cincinnati, OH: The Clash was full of college coaches' competition and standout play. The Select 40 introduced a new format, the P24, and it did not disappoint. Here is part one of just some of the players that stood out this weekend.

Jhalina Guy 2028 Guard Mac Irvin Lady Fire 15U
Jhalina is a super athletic guard who thrives with the ball in her hands. She can effectively shoot it from deep, beat her defender off the bounce, and she does a great job getting in the lane to make a play.

Brooklyn Holm 2028 Wing Michigan Mystics Chosen
She is a scorer capable of putting the ball in the basket with crafty footwork and a soft touch. She is a super competitor who backs down from no one, and she has the perfect mindset and skill set to be a big-time scorer.

Isabela Cucuta 2026 Guard IBelieve Elite 17U
Isabela can shoot it. She is a shooter with unlimited range. With her ability to shoot it from DEEP, she brought the crowd to her feet multiple times. She has a nice handle and does a good job getting to her spots. She has a smooth approach to the game, playing at her pace and not letting anything speed her up. 

Jozelynn Begick 2027 5’10 Wing Michigan Mystics S40
Jocelyn is a very long, athletic wing who does many things on the floor at a high level. She can shoot it, put it on the floor, and compete at a high level. She was very impressive with her overall court awareness and her versatility. 

Alyvia Mccorkle 2026 Guard MAC Irvin Godfather
Alyvia does a little bit of everything on the floor and does a lot well. She plays the game with great energy. She locks up on defense and has the full offensive package to score from all over the floor. She can shoot it and create her own shot off the bounce. She excelled at the Clash in open court using her quickness and advanced skill set to score and make plays in transition.

Sydney Black 2027 Wing Michigan Drive Premier Hutson
Sydney has a nice inside out skill set. She did a great job attacking the hoop off the bounce, finishing through traffic, and knocking down the jumper from the perimeter. Sydney plays with an aggressive mindset, rebounding the ball, and is unafraid to mix it up down low.

Addison Chase 2026 Guard Michigan Drive Premier Saldana
Addison has been playing extremely well this spring, she has been shooting it from deep scoring off the dribble and moving, slashing without the ball making plays. Her energy and motor has been off the charts and it’s easy to see she is improving in all facets of the game.

Madison Repicky 2028 Guard Michigan Mystics 2027 S40
Madison is up next, but the more I see her play, the more I think next might be sooner than we think. Repicky has the ball on a string, using her handle to get to her spots on the floor to make plays for her or a teammate. She can shoot it from deep and also did a great job of attacking the bounce, dropping a pretty pass or scoring with a nice finish. 

Macy Donovan 2028 Guard Michigan Mystics 17U Ruh
Macy is going to be a good one. Only an 8th grader playing up on the 17U squad, she showed right away she belonged. She has great court awareness, can shoot it, finishes in the lane, and plays the game with a high basketball IQ. Not afraid of the moment at all, she was aggressively attacking from the perimeter and mixing it up for rebounds and loose balls. 

Madison Parrish 2025 Wing Legends U P24
Madison was one of the most versatile players at the clash. She played 1-4 and could guard 1-5. She has elite guard skills, shooting it from deep, running the show at the one, and creating off the bounce. She is also athletic and physical enough to score aggressively in the paint. 

Jadelynn Freeman 2026 Wing Legends U S40
Jadelynn is a do it all type of player. She plays with high energy and a big time motor, slashing to the hoop, locking up on defense and aggressively attacking the boards on both ends of the floor. She has done an outstanding job improving her offensive package and seems to get better every time out. Combining improved offense with her athleticism and motor skills, Freeman's sky is the limit. 

Jasia Ross 2026 Guard Next Level 17U S40 
Jasia is a blur on the floor. She used her speed, tight handle, and toughness to dominate most guards she faced. Defensively, she was a terror, recording multiple steals and harassing the ball handler, disrupting the opponent’s offense. Offensively, she flew up and down the floor in transition, knocking down shots and dropping dimes. Ross is definitely worth a look!


MVP Saniyah Hall Legends U 2026

  • Anna Wypych Michigan Drive Premier 2025
  • Jaida Civil East Coast United Family 2025
  • Sydney Savoury Legends U 2027
  • Nicolette Kerstein MAC Irvin Fire 2025
  • Lily Williams Michigan Mystics Ruh 2026
  • Layla Stewart Legends U 16U 2027