Taylor Robinson (2019) – MASE Charter is a player that has impressed the coaches with the Mambas since the first day she walked into the gym. She is determined to be great and puts forth the work at all times. Taylor has improved in every facet of the game and will have a break out freshman season at MASE. Recently, Taylor spoke with Andre T. Johnson, of MemphiSport for an interview. Below is a few excerpts from the article; the full article is available here.
These are just a few of the greatest basketball players in the history of women’s college basketball.
Say what you want. But for 15-year-old Taylor Robinson of Memphis Academy of Science And Engineering (widely known as MASE), she undoubtedly is clinging to high hopes of someday being thrust among such prestigious company.
So much talent, in fact, that Robinson’s rise on the hardwood throughout this basketball-crazed Bluff City has been highlighted by her often partaking in pickup and competitive games with her male counterparts at a South Memphis-area gymnasium.
Among the reasons the 5-foot-8 Robinson has appeared virtually relentless on the court in recent years — most notably at the high school and AAU ranks — is that she had evolved as a fixture as a member of a boys team for Memphis Athletics Ministry during summer league competition.
Among the reasons is that Robinson has gone to great lengths to earn the vote of confidence from past and current coaches, a trend that figures sway scouts to take a closer look at charter school-based athletes.
If nothing, they’d be crazy not to keep a close eye out for Robinson, whose primary objective moving forward is to dominate.