Grind 4 Mine 5th-8th Grade Girls Showcase

Just a Few of the standouts from the "Grind 4 Mine 5th-8th Grade Girls Showcase "
  • 2025 Kaylinn Kemp

    This kid just keeps getting better and better each time I see her play and she continuous to add to her game. Kaylinn’s basketball IQ is off the charts. She has an outstanding feel for the game. She is very shifty off the bounce and does a great job getting to her spots on the floor. Kemp did well distributing the ball and a used a variety of passes to get teammates open looks. Kaylinn flourishes in open and half court situations and is a vocal presence on the court.
  • 2025 Camille Williams

    Camille was effective in several aspects of the game during the scrimmage sessions. She rebounded well from the guard position, passes teammates open, and finishes at the rim. She goes hard from start to finish and I loved her effort. Williams is the type of player that doesn’t need a single play called for her to be effective. She is a stat-sheet stuffer.
  • 2024 Stacey Williams

    Stacey is a smooth lefty point guard that has a lot to her game. She is a one girl fast break. Williams always has her head up surveying the court attempting to put pressure on the defense by pushing the ball up the floor quick or passing to wings running wide or post filling the lanes. In half court sets she is tough off the bounce and has a sweet stroke from three. She is a bull out there on the court and I love her take charge mentality.
  • 2024 Neenah George

    Neenah is a very impressive young player. Her game is smooth, effortless, and she does things on a basketball court that girls older than her struggle with. She can score on all three levels, which makes her a matchup nightmare. Her body is equipped to take contact at the rim and create space off the bounce. George is a flat out scorer and a tough shot maker. I am excited to see her grow and take her game to the next level in the coming years.
  • 2024 Gracie Hunter

    Gracie is a very crafty, heady basketball player. She operates well in tight spaces and showed great poise in high stress situations. Hunter did a good job getting her shot off over taller defenders and showed a nice medium to mid-range game. She utilized her floater very well.
  • 2025 Raniyah Hunt

    2025 Raniyah Hunt 4’9 PG Irving, TX (Next Level Marlins) I love Raniyah’s passion for the game. She plays with a ton of passion and intensity, which leads to positive results on the basketball court. Hunt is an outstanding ball handler and plays with extreme efficiency. She is the ultimate floor general and does a good job getting her team organized in half court situations. In transition she excels on the break, understands the importance of spacing, and floor balance. Defensively, she is a tenacious on the ball defender and uses good lateral movement to stay in front of defenders.


Grind 4 Mine 5th-8th Grade Girls Showcase

Just a Few of the standouts from the "Grind 4 Mine 5th-8th Grade Girls Showcase "