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Let It Rain 2024 Black/Team Wisconsin 2024 Select Schmeling Prospect Notes

05/28/2022, 8:00pm CDT
By Chuck Thompson

Ava Brandenburg, Let It Rain 2024 Black

5'9" 2024, Evansville HS (WI)

-Finished with 4 points in the win over Team Wisconsin, but impact on game itself was much greater. She handles the ball well for a Forward working off the wing, and both of her scores came from the edges. The first was a pull-up jumper, the other an extended drive. Over 15 PPG for Evansville during the 2021-22 season, a team best. High Division III to potential scholarship level talent.

 

Amaya Bridgewater, Let It Rain 2024 Black

5'9" 2024, Muskego HS (WI)

-Bridgewater is kind of like a faucet, the water will get hot, just a matter of what point in the game will it turn on, because she can score in sprees. Finished with 11 points. Connected twice from arc in 1st half, once from the right wing, the other in transition. Can also put the ball on the deck and get to the lane and the free throw line with physical attacks.

 

Ellie Demet, Let It Rain 2024 Black

5'8" 2024, Watertown HS (WI)

-Double digit scorer in Sophomore season at Watertown, where team went 18-8. Most likely fit will be at Division III/NAIA levels. Caught fire in the 2nd half and finished with game-high 14 points. Most of her damage was inflicted off the bounce, finishing off quick interior drives with physicality, including into the transition game. As an added weapon she buried a three from the left corner off a catch and shoot.

 

Mataya Fernandez, Let It Rain 2024 Black

5'5" 2024, Wisconsin Dells HS (WI)

-If you're obsessed with points scored, Fernandez isn't going to catch your eye, but if you want a pass-first Point Guard who is excellent creating tempo and finding wings on the break, she is your type of player. Heady talent who really understands the nuances of running an offense. Will score, as evidenced by her 7 points, including a 3, but her game is that of a traditional Point Guard.

 

Abbey Inda, Let It Rain 2024 Black

5'8" 2024, Monona Grove HS (WI)

-7.7 PPG during Sophomore year of 2021-22. Near double-digit effort in win over Team Wisconsin with 9 points. Projects out as a Division II/NAIA scholarship player. Physical off the wing, and can finish with a floater too. Able to iso smaller defenders on the interior effectively. College fit as 3 Guard/Small Forward.

 

Madisyn Mohr, Team Wisconsin 2024 Select Schmeling

5'6" 2024, Elk Mound HS (WI)

-Showed her ability to spread a defense by connecting twice from the three point line. She hit once in each half, in the first half it was from straight away and in the second half she flashed deep three point range, connecting from the left wing. Solid size for a 2 Guard or 3 Guard, and with ability to shoot will open up drive lanes for herself and teammates.

 

Karsyn Nelson, Let It Rain 2024 Black

5'8" 2024, Monona Grove HS (WI)

-A tick under 5 PPG during Sophomore campaign at Monona Grove. I really thought Nelson had the strongest game of any I've seen from her with Let It Rain. Finished with 6 points, but it was the aggressive play that let me know she's taking a jump in her game. Worked from both Guard spots, and attacked on drives. Got inside to convert an offensive rebound and added a steal and score. Won't be surprised if she's getting primed for a bigger June and July.

 

Jordan Peed, Team Wisconsin 2024 Select Schmeling

5'9" 2024, Eau Claire Memorial HS (WI)

-There were large stretches of this game where, despite the loss, I felt Peed was the best player on the floor. Led Team Wisconsin with 9 points. Long and athletic wing who is a multi-level scorer, attacking with short to mid-range drives and showing some range out of the left corner. Is a plus rebounder from the Guard spot. Moves well without the ball.

 

Rayna Welsch, Team Wisconsin 2024 Select Schmeling

5'11" 2025, Eau Claire Memorial HS (WI)

-Playing up an age level, Welsch has some outstanding moments working on the interior against Let It Rain. Attacks the basket offensively in close and sticks to it on the offensive glass. Converted a pair of inside scores among her 8 point outing, including a very strong and 1 in heavy traffic. Has the size and strength to continue moving forward as a post prospect.

Tag(s): Home  Brandenburg, Ava  Demet, Ellie  Inda, Abbey  Bridgewater, Amaya  Nelson, Karsyn  Fernandez, Mataya  Peed, Jordyn  Mohr, Madisyn  Welsch, Rayna