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ATL Summer Slam Recap

By Percy Wright, 07/28/15, 1:30PM EDT


Insider Exposure hosted over 100 teams that spanned from California to New York

Lashonda Monk 2017 Point Guard Lady Xpress Phoenix (NC)

Lithonia, GA - Insider Exposure hosted over 100 teams that spanned from California to New York and most places in between. Every sponsored league had members in attendance and the platform allowed for some matchups that would not happen anywhere else but at Summer Slam. This event has become a staple during the July live period. Over 200 college coaches were in attendance and there was plenty of exposure for the lady ballers.


Tarje Norman   6’   Post  Showtime Girls Basketball (FL)
In the post, Norman is a space eater. She is very strong and rebounds with an attitude. A mobile post with good footwork, she has a great up and under move. She is very good attacking off the dribble and has a consistent jump shot from 15 feet.

Michelle Fokam  5’9”  Forward  Hybrid Hoops (TX)
At 5’9 Fokam is supposed to be too small to play on the interior. She puts you in the mindset of a former Texas great Larry Johnson. She is so strong and active on both ends of the floor. A high energy player that doesn’t take a play off. She is a monster on the boards and loves to finish through contact. She also knocked down a 3 from the wing. 


Lashonda Monk  5’6”  Point Guard  Lady Xpress Phoenix (NC)
Monk showed great leadership vocally and through her tough play. She is a very quick point guard with a good handle. Her court vision and passing ability created a lot of scoring opportunities for her teammates. She displayed improved range on her jump shot. On the defensive end, she did a great job anticipating passes and jumping into passing lanes.

Emily Marsh  6’  Wing  Motor City Top Ten (MI)
Looking for a shooter? Emily Marsh is definitely one. Versus a very active London Pride team, Marsh went 4-6 from beyond the arc, giving her team a much needed spark. Marsh did a good job rebounding both ends and defending on the baseline.



Angel Middleton  6’4”  Post   SC 76ers Red (SC)
Middleton did a good job finishing around the rim. She has good hands and a soft touch. The young post player showed that she can run the floor and finish the break. She was a presence on the defensive end by blocking and altering shots. She is still very raw but you can see that she has a promising future.

Aijah Blackwell  5’10”  Wing  Team St. Louis White (MO)
Blackwell is a long freakishly athletic wing. She is very active on both ends of the floor, jumping passing lanes and finishing through contact. A high energy player with a non stop motor, Aijah has the potential to be the next special kid coming out of St. Louis.

This story was written by LBI Carolina Scouting Director Percy Wright he can be reached via email also follow him on twitter @LBInsider_NC