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Video Analysis: OSA Crusaders 2019 Gauntlet 55, SD Attack 2019 51 (Best on the Floor)

08/02/2018, 3:15pm CDT
By Chuck Thompson

Akili Felici, OSA Crusaders 2019 Gauntlet

5'9" 2019 Bellevue West H.S.

-Felici is a natural scorer. Her range is to the arc, as evidenced by a pair of wing triples against SD Attack. She's fluid on the move, she has strong ball handling skills and a quick pull-up jumper. The Nebraska Omaha commit also flashed a nice fade-away jumper off the baseline. Could be a contributor early in college career with her ability to score.


Jaden Ferguson, OSA Crusaders 2019 Gauntlet

6'0" 2019 Lincoln Southwest H.S.

-Ferguson has a college verbal as well, but in Volleyball, as she will attend Northwest Missouri State. She provides perimeter offensive punch, leading OSA on the game with 14. She can create from across the board, finishing tough drives, mid-range shooting and a pair of threes among her scores. Athletic build off the wing.


Michaela Jewett, SD Attack 2019

6'0" 2019 Brookings H.S.

-Augustana is getting a high IQ hoops kid who plays very well to her strengths in Jewett. She's forced to play inside with SD Attack often, but she shows she can defend bigger opponents while keeping her rebounding at a quality level. Jump shooting is very sound, footwork into shot, follow through and range to three. When on perimeter she can create a mismatch against smaller defenders with her size and strength. Finished with 9.


Riley Peters, SD Attack 2019

5'5" 2019 Lennox H.S.

-Still open in recruiting, Peters is a gamer. I like how she shoots the ball, with ease and three point range. She has the handles to slide to either Guard spot. She does more than her share of the dirty work, is tough defensively, is a solid rebounder, and consistently tough on the ball defender. Someone is gonna get a steal in Peters when she finds her collegiate home.


Lauren West, OSA Crusaders 2019 Gauntlet

5'10" 2019 Millard North H.S.

-West has, deservedly, gained a lot of interest from scholarship programs this spring and summer. She finished with 11 for OSA in their win. She has a proto-type build for a wing at 5'10" with some additional wingspan. She came up big late, her and 1 conversion gave OSA a 51-49 and an iso set gave them the lead for good at 53-51. Her size and ability to drive the ball and isolate smaller opponents make her a dynamic threat.

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