Post by beaveragain on Mar 9, 2021 12:07:19 GMT -8
Good shooting form and can score with contact. Good passing and vision. Needs work on dribbling though. Keeping the ball out front of her like that in college is begging for a steal, but she's got a year or two to work on that. 😎
Thanks for starting this thread. Another target the Beavs are watching is Teagan Colvin a 5'7" point guard from Liberty Lake Washington. BH is following her and her parents, and she follows the Beavs coaching staff and beaverwbb. How strongly the Beavs recruit her may depend a bit on if they land Amari Whiting (class of 2023).
Here's a nice look at Teagan training:
and this highlight video of her at the Nike tournament of Champions last fall.
I didn't realize (or had forgotten) this was even out there yet. A few names jump out immediately as players the Beavs have already been following on social media.....Teagan Colvin, Britt Prince, Oliva Olson. Seems like this list is a bit shy on West Coast players.
2024 seems like a light year away to me - but these two girls are fun to watch!!🏀
I see that Chloe Spreen is a Hoop Gurlz Top 25 in the class of 2024 (#21, or so).....So, obviously her talent is recognized by those who make their living finding it.... Not sure how much it matters to OSU, but 4 of the Hoop Gurlz Top 25 players are from Cal - and that's a lot of talent that will probably get recruited into the Pac.... I've never been very good at scouting talent on film, especially highlight reels, so I'll leave the evaluations to those on the board who have a trained eye for it...
Thanks for posting the info about Gibb & Spreen - they are obviously names to keep track of....Especially as their bodies grow and their game matures. I really wish they were 5'11 rather than 5'9.👨🏼🎓 GO BEAVS!!
I'm curious how, or if, Beaver recruiting will look different with a new recruiting coordinator. Usually we don't hear about who the Beavs have offered this early, but I think that is more a matter of the girls, their social media, and AAU programs and coaches. It's good to know who the Beavs have offered and to be able to follow their recruitment. I'm glad the Beavs are offering top talent from 2024, but I'm really curious to see who they land in 2023. The Beavs, and the Pac12, are on quite a roll in recruiting, and keeping up with each other is going to be quite the battle.