Some of our Lady Mambas competed in the recent Jr. All American Camp hosted by Insider Exposure in Memphis, TN. Below is an excerpt of the scouting evaluation from the camp featuring some of our local talent along with a video courtesy of Stephen Nicholas. For the full report click here

“Some of the top up and coming prospects were on showcase in the inaugural Insider Exposure Jr. All-American Camp. Players from over 18 states converged in Memphis, Tennessee to showcase their individual talents.Here are some of the players who shined and deserve to be on the radar of college coaches nationwide.”

2018

Taylor Lattimore – 5’7 Combo Guard (Cordova HS – Memphis, TN – Memphis Lady Mambas) – Taylor is a strong combo guard who has great size and potential. She plays very well in transition, and she is most dangerous in transition. She does a great job of getting to the basket. She is very adept in the passing game, especially in transition. She does have a decent 3 point shot, but her strength is her ability to get to the basket. With her size, she is really hard to stop once she starts heading to the basket. Low to Mid-Major Prospect.

Ty Metcalf – 5’5 Point Guard (Southaven HS – Olive Branch, MS – Memphis Lady Mambas) – Ty is a tenacious defender who is a pest, especially with her on ball defense. She is lightning quick and makes it difficult on her opponent, both offensively and defensively. She has really good handles and does a tremendous job of getting to the basket. She can jump out of the gym for her size, often skying over taller defenders. She is a consistent finisher when she is attacking the basket. I would like to see improvement from her perimeter game. She does have a small frame, but her athleticism makes up for it. Low to Mid Major Prospect.

2019

Kynadi Kuykendoll – 5’8 Combo Guard (Central HS – Memphis, TN – #TeamSlink) – Kynadi is one of the top players in the city of Memphis. She has the build of a player who is much older that what she actually is. One of her biggest strengths is her ability to guard the ball. She is a pesky defender who is hard to shake. Offensively she has a wide array of tools. She drives to the basket hard and is able to finish through contact with her strength. She has a serviceable floater that she can use against larger defenders, and has a really good 3 point ball. Power 5 to High Major Prospect.

2020

Chloe Moore-McNeil – 5’5 Point Guard (Greenfield Jr. High – Sharon, TN – Lady Silver Foxes) – Chloe is a dynamic point guard. She plays really well guarding the ball. Very adept at picking the pocket of the opposing point guard. Left handed player who needs to develop her off hand a bit more. Can shoot the 3 ball but plays better attacking the basket.

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