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Introducing: Laurissa Campbell (2019) Blytheville (AR)/ Lady Mambas

The introducing series is small snippets displaying players abilities in this edition we showcase: Laurissa Campbell an athletic lefty forward with tremendous jumping ability and great timing on shot blocks. Laurissa utilizes her athletic ability and vertical leap to elevate over defenders on her shot and grabs a high volume of offensive rebounds. she is also known for her highlight reel block shots which are displayed in this video. Laurissa will be a valuable asset at either forward position on the next level.

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Laurissa Campbell (2019) Highlight Film

http://www.hudl.com/athlete/6648430/highlights/334882919

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.

Blytheville (AR) High School 2015-16 Schedule

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Blytheville (AR) 2015-16 High School Schedule

The whole Mambas Nation needs to attend some games to support Laurissa Campbell (2019).

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Patosha Jeffery 2015 Maryland vs Baylor Week 1 Video

Week 1 game featuring super freshman Jayla Hemingway‘s Maryland team vs the dynamic duo of Taylor Lattimore and Ty Metcalf led Baylor team. The game starts off with Jayla (11 points) imposing her will against the smaller Baylor team and with the help of skilled forward Tamia Jones (10 points, 9 rebs) jumped out to the earlier lead. Baylor shook off the early nerves and sparked by their high energy defense and team speed were off and running in transition scoring points in bunches. Taylor Lattimore finished with 17 points, league’s highest scorer began to penetrate to the hoop with ease and show off her athleticism with a few speculator finishes in traffic combined with Ty Metcalf (9 points) breaking the defense with her great vision and speed.  Jerhonise Rollins showed her versatility with 3 blocked shots and a nice coast-to-coast finish. Laurissa Campbell showed tremendous improvement from last year’s Fall league as she was aggressive on both ends of the court finishing with 6 points, 3 rebounds and 3 steals. 

Check out http://patoshajeffery.com/fall-exposure-league/  for individual player profiles and evaluations.

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