Hampton, VA - Season two of the Nike Girls EYBL kicked off with session one in Hampton, VA. “The League” picked up where it left off last season with some of the most talented teams in the country going to battle over three days with the goal of qualifying for Nike Nationals in July. Player movement was the talk of the day as some of the biggest names in the league have taken their talents to other clubs.
Kionna Jeter 2016 5’6” Guard Carolina Flames
Jeter’s quickness caused problems on both ends of the floor. Her ability to anticipate and jump the passing lanes is amongst the best I’ve seen. Her athleticism allows her to create opportunities for herself and her teammates at will.
Kaela Haliare 2016 5’5” PG Exodus NYC
Haliare is one of most complete point guards in the league. She has great floor vision and is a lock down defender. Her ability to score from any spot on the floor makes her special. Don’t let her size fool you! She is a big time and hard knock player.
Sarah Myers 2016 6’ Guard Georgia Metros (Maryland)
Myers displayed her scoring ability on day one. She showed that she is capable of knocking down the three from deep and that she possesses the ability to slash and finish at the rim amongst the trees without forcing it.
Kamaria McDaniel 2017 5’9” Guard Michigan Crossover 15U
McDaniel displayed that she can score in multiple ways and has the ability to impact the game when not scoring. I was impressed by her and I look forward to seeing more of her game throughout this travel season.
Story was written by LBI Carolina Scouting Director Percy Wright you can reach him via email firstname.lastname@example.org you can also follow him on twitter @LBInsider_NC