She’s Ballin hosted “The Blueprint” basketball tournament this past weekend where about 100 different teams competed. This tournament is known for grabbing the attention of many college coaches across the country, and you can believe that SA Hoops Elite Gold was one of the top teams on the coaches’ lists. If you didn’t get a chance to see SA Hoops Elite Gold play in person at the event, check out the videos below to watch their highlights from the tournament. All of these videos are also available on the Texas Basketball Scouts YouTube channel for your viewing pleasure.
Game 1 vs. Lady Drive Nation Randal/Jet 17u
Game 2 vs. Just Play Elite
Game 3 vs. HG Elite
Game 4 vs. Texas Supergirls 2021
SA Hoops Elite Gold’s roster is made up of several players that we are sure to see playing at the collegiate level here within the next couple of years. Here are a couple notable players that showcased their skills at the tournament.
Aaliyah Roberson – 6’2″ 2022 (SA Hoops Elite Gold/Clark HS)
Aaliyah was an all-around rockstar during this tournament. Her length and athleticism made her stand out. She consistently grabbed offensive rebounds and was able to put it right back up for multiple second chance points. She towers over her opponents in the paint and she can finish through contact. She had numerous And-1’s over the weekend.
Hailey Adams – 6’1″ 2022 (SA Hoops Elite Gold/Clark HS)
Hailey is a true leader on the team. Her tremendous playing ability is backed up by a great attitude on the court that motivates her teammates and keeps everyone focused. She was the leading scorer for her team at this event. Hailey is a good size guard that can handle the ball and has excellent court vision. She can score from anywhere on the court and she plays great defense. College coaches definitely need to keep this special player on their radars.
Khiara Flugence – 6’1″ 2022 (SA Hoops Elite Gold/Boerne Champion)
Khiara is another player with some size that can hold her own. She fought very hard inside the paint and was not afraid to get on the ground. Khiara is still developing but when she gets hot she is unstoppable inside the lane. She can move fast to the basket for easy layups. Khiara played her heart out this tournament and she will only get better.
Marissa Seaton – 5’10” 2022 (SA Hoops Elite Gold/Brandeis HS)
Marissa is a pure shooter and she is lethal from the three-point line. She also plays impressive defense. Marissa probably led her team in steals this tournament and there were games where she got more than three steals in a quarter. She plays the point guard position well and she always gets her team involved.
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