A brief clip on what Walters State fans can expect to see all season from 2016 incoming freshman Canzis Echols. Canzis utilizes her athleticism on both ends of the floor. Her vertical allows her to score with ease in traffic even over taller defenders.
Laurissa Campbell (2019) Blytheville (AR) is a smooth, athletic lefty that can score in multiple ways. Her athleticism and length makes her a force on the defensive end; colleges start looking out for this young prospect immediately.
Toni Green (2019-PG) getting up extra shooting work with Coach Jamal Washington. Toni had a breakout summer last year and played varsity as a 9th grader. She will make major noise on the circuit this summe.
Teal Battle (2017) & Christina Nichols (2020) – Memphis Metro Home School had very productive regular seasons and look to advance deep into the postseason. Below is a megamix some of their highlights from the 2015-16 regular season.
Video and edits courtesy of Stephen Nichols
Erica Jones (2017/Southaven) is a junior forward who has been making a name for herself this season. She is currently averaging 14.2 points, 11.3 rebounds & 2.3 blocks per game. Southaven recently battled a tough Bartlett team led by MTSU signee Charity Savage; unfortunately the Lady Chargers came up short by 3. However Erica finished as the game’s high scorer with 23 points.
Highlights from Bartlett game: https://app.krossover.com/r/z5f
Erica Jones (2017) is a 6’0 junior forward at Southaven High in Mississippi. She is a double double machine who hustles on every play and can stretch the floor with her shooting ability. She also has an innate timing for blocking shots and is a huge defensive presence. And for those who didnt believe here she is casually touching rim in a hoodie, some sweats and running shoes without any stretching.
Quick highlight video with more to come soon:
Gabby Morgan (2016) Southaven(MS) highlights from the beginning of the 2015-16 basketball season. Gabby is a defensive first player with a high motor; an aggressive on ball defender with a solid mid range pull up jumper.
Christina Nichols (2020) is a 5″8′ combo guard with great speed, agility and endurance she’s quickly becoming a superb defensive specialist. She is playing varsity high school basketball as a eighth grader and has tremendous potential.
Patosha Jeffery,http://memphisgirlsbasketball.blogspot.com/ always has an eye for Memphis girls basketball.and she has recently did a highlight video for White Station’s 2017 Forward Tamia Jones.
Tamia Jones is an extremely multidimensional player. She is 5’10 and can play both the guard and post positions. So I wanted to display all the skills she has: short jumper, slashing, ability to guard on the perimeter, athleticism, quick hands, rebounding, transition ball handling and shot blocking.
Footage from 2015 Fall Exposure League. Highlight created by Patosha Jeffery.