Carolina’s Scouting Report: 2011 TOP 25 ALL REGIONAL GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM

Posted by Andy Durham on February 28, 2011 at 10:59 am under High School | 17 Comments to Read

Carolina’s Scouting Report 2011 TOP 25 ALL REGIONAL HS GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM……

Courtesy of Ronnie Til:HEAD BASKETBALL SCOUT

1st Team : Elizabeth Williams 6’4 C Princess Ann High School. State: VA Class 2011

Cierra Burdick 6’2 SF David Butler High School. State: NC Class 2011

Mallory Jones 6ft SF/SG Oak Hill Academy. State: VA Class 2011

Nirra Fields 5’7 SG/PG Oak Hill Academy. State: VA Class2011

Cedrica Gibson 5’5 PG Oak Ridge Military . State: NC Class 2012

2nd Team: Xylina McDaniel 6’2 C Spring Valley High School. State: SC Class 2012

Aleighsa Welch 6’1 PF Goose Creek High School. State: SC Class 2011

Toya Giggetts 5’11 SF Lake Taylor High School. State: VA Class 2011

Linda Stepney 5’6 PG Lake Taylor High School. State: VA Class 2011

Christina Carter 5’9 SG/Wing Thomasville High School. State: NC Class 2011

3rd Team : Crystal Leary 6’2 C/PF Lake Taylor High School. State: VA Class 2011

Natiece Ford 6’2 C/PF Holly Springs High School: State: NC Class 2011

Tiffany Mitchell 5’11 SF/Wing Providence Day School: State: NC Class 2012

Whitney Knight 6’1 SG/Wing Reynolds High School: State: NC Class 2011

Kelsey Cruz 5’7 SG/PG L.C. Bird High School. State: VA Class 2012

4th Team : Joy Caracciolo 6’3 C Stonewall High School. State: VA Class 2011

Desiree Drayton 5’11 SF Dudley High School. State: NC Class 2011

Lydia Evans 6’4 C Riverdale Baptist School. State: MD Class 2011

Asia Dozier 5’11 PG/SF Spring Valley High School. State: SC Class 2011

Chelsea Lindsay 5’7 PG Hillside High School . State: NC Class 2011

5th Team: Alana Coats 6’4 C Dutch Fork High School. State: SC Class 2013

Oma-Ah Tayong 6’3 C/PF Dunbar High School. State: MD Class 2011

Danielle Butts 5’10 SG/Wing South Central High School. State: NC Class 2011

Sarah Imovbioh 6’3 C St. Anne’s –Belfield HS. State: VA Class 2011

Kiera McIvor 5’9 SG/Wing Dudley High School. State: NC Class 2011

TOP 50 ALL HIGH HONORABLE MENTION ALL REGIONAL :

Eboni Ross 6’2 SF/PF Eau Claire High School. State: SC Class 2011

Kiera Gaines 5’7 PG West Point High School. State: VA Class 2011

India Dotson 6’1 PF Fredick High School. State: MD Class 2013

Kelsey Cheek 6ft SF J.M. Robinson High School. State: NC Class 2011

Kaydra Duckett 5’9 SG Dreher High School. State: SC Class 2014

Kamille Horne 5’10 SG Southern Guilford High School. State: NC Class 2011

Brielle Blaire 6’2 SF Salisbury High School. State: NC Class 2014

Ayshia McNeil 5’9 SG/SF Southeast Guilford High School. NC Class 2011

Jada Payne 6’1 SF/Wing Hickory High School. State: NC Class 2011

Ali Lane 5’8 SG Charlotte Catholic High School. State: NC Class 2011

Miranda Jenkins 5’7 SG/PG Eastern Guilford High School. State: NC Class 2011

Tyra Durrett 5’11 SF/SG Bowie High School. State: MD Class 2013

Lynee Belton 6’2 C The Bullies School. State: MD Class 2014

Shanice Henry 6’3 C Nat Christian Academy: State: MD Class 2011

Briana Robinson 5’5 PG Spring Valley High School. State: SC Class 2011

Gi-Gi Bailey 6’2 C Charlotte Christian School: State: NC Class 2013

Paige Chavis 5’6 PG/Wing Central Davidson High School: State: NC Class 2013

Paris Kea 5’8 SG/Wing Page High School: State: NC Class 2014

Melinda Brimfield 5’11 SF/PF Hunter Kinard HS : State: SC Class 2011

Khadijah Sessions 5’9 PG Myrtle Beach High School: State: SC Class 2012

Jamie Cherry 5’7 PG Green Hope High School: State: NC Class 2014

Courtney Melvin 6’1 PF/C East Bladen High School: State: NC Class 2011

Delisha Sharpe 6’2 C Nansemond River HS: State: VA Class 2012

Autumn Carter 6’4 C Rockingham County HS: State: NC Class 2012

Jannina Koivunen 6ft SG Oak Ridge Military : State: NC Class 2012

Hanna Early 6ft SG/SF Hopewell High School: State: NC Class 2011

Tiera Burks 6ft C/PF Hopewell High School: State: NC Class 2012

Sharee Boyd 5’9 SG Hopewell High School: State: NC Class 2012

Jessica Edmonds 5’9 SG/SF Carolina Day School: State: NC Class 2012

Shanese Harris 5’10 Wing Western Branch High School: State: VA Class 2012

Millesa Calicott 5’11 SG/WF Mt.Tabor High School. State: NC Class 2011

Zena Lovette 5’6 PG Southwest Guilford HS. State: NC Class 2012

Milan Quinn 6’2 C Phillip O’Berry High School. State: NC Class 2013

Hillary Sigmon 6’2 C Hickory High School. State: NC Class 2011

Da’Lishia Griffin 6’2 C/PF Western Branch High School. State: VA Class 2013

Brianna Mack 6’4 C Southlake Christian School. State: NC Class 2012.

Britney Holliday 5’7 PG J.L. Mann High School. State: SC Class 2011

Chelsea Faulhaber 6’2 C Spartanburg High School. State: SC Class 2011

Shakiema Ravenell 5’5 PG Woodland High School. State: SC Class 2011

Nyilah Jamison-Myers 6’3 C Orange-Wilkinson HS. State: SC Class 2012

Jordan Strode 5’10 SG/Wing Hickory Ridge HS. State: NC Class 2012

Azura Stevens 6’4 C Cary High School. State: NC Class 2014

Jasmine Charles 5’10 SG/SF Central Davidson High School. State: NC Class 2011

Ayanna Holemes 5’8 SG Salisbury High School. State: NC Class 2011

Asia Holmes 5’7 SG/PG Salisbury High School. State: NC Class 2011

Cierra York 5’8 SG Winston-Salem Prep. State: NC Class 2011

Jada DeCreny-Jackson 5’9 SG/SF W-S Prep . State: NC Class 2012.

Dreu Wilkins 5’5 PG Bishop McNamara HS. State: MD Class 2012

Andrea Paphites 5’9 SG/Wing Bishop Sullivan HS. State: VA Class 2011

Infiniti Alston 6’6 C St.Francis Academy. State: MD Class 2013.


  • Knighthawk Nation said,

    How come Samantha Coffer is not on this list and yet she was named to the North and South Allstar game?

  • sherman bowden said,

    This is a joke by not putting Miranda Jenkins on this selection. I wonder how many of you have a clue about what it takes to become a complete basketball with not many weakness. This young lady has done it on the court and in the classroom.It is very apparent to me that the selection process is very flawed and clueless as to what a leader and a good basketball player is comprised of .What a travesity:::::

  • Andy said,

    Different scouts/observers see the players different ways and much of the observing may have been done long before the post-season began….

  • Andy said,

    Miranda made the honorable mention list and if I was a player, I wouldn’t base my career on these lists…..

    What you did last week was very good, but what you do today and this week, is what will carry you into the future….Yesterday is gone and the players have to get back to work soon, especially those that will be headed off to college in the fall…..

    Good job to all whose names have been mentioned and others that are looking for more, we want to see your name next fall when the practices begin again, for the new seasons…No time to sit around now, the task is before you and the prize is yours for the taking, if you accept the challenge….

  • sherman bowden said,

    What you do one year has no bearing on what you do the next. Any award that you get , should be earned and based on statsand the value you are on you team.You should never assume aplayer will progress at the sane level.One of the bigger p roblems with sports today are ranking and the credibility of thos who do the rankings. Many of the so called analyst, never played a day of basketball so who are they to judge

  • Carlton Johnson said,

    Who is Ronie Till? Can someone please list exactly production wise what these individuals actually produced on the court?

  • Charlotte Base said,

    Cierra Burdick: Butler: Center: 21.6 ppg, 15.1 rebounds, 4.3 bpg, 3 spg 4 apg

  • Shameka Jones said,

    Mallory Jones: Oak Hill: Forward: 15.6 ppg, 7 rpg

  • Ronnie Til said,

    Some of you just don’t have a clue, and some of you are right concerning Miranda Jenkins she did have a good year BUT there are other prospect’s in MD, VA , SC area had even a better year with even a harder schedule so there for they earn the right to make the All Regional Team . I know all about Samantha, again there were players that play the same position in VA, MD, SC, had a better year. Why don’t some of you so call basketball expert take a trip to The VA, MD, SC area than you will so what i’m talking about .

  • Ronnie Til said,

    Some of you just don’t have a clue and some of you are right, concering Miranda Jenkins ! she have a good year But there are other prospect’s in MD,VA,SC area had even a better year with even a harder schedule so there for they earn the right to make the All Regional Team. I know all about Samantha, again there were players that play the same position in VA, MD, SC, had a better year . Why don’t you so call basketball expert take a trip to VA, MD, SC, area than you will see what I’m talking about .

  • Tom said,

    It is just one man’s opinion. No need to get all hot and bothered. Congrats to the girl’s who made it. As far as Sam and Miranda, they are going to playing in college so they have made the only list that really matters. They are on the list of kid’s that have college scholarships.

  • BIG RED said,

    Zena Lovett: Southwest Guilford: 18 pg, 6 rpg, 4 apg, 4 spg, .3 bpg (Honorable Mention)

    Cedrica Gibson: Oak Ridge: 11.6 ppg, 7.2 apg, 3.3 rpg, 3.4 spg, 0 bpg (First Team)

    Kierra McIvor: Dudley: 7.8 ppg, 1.9 rpg, 1.7 apg, 1.6 spg, .1 bpg (5th Team)

  • Observer said,

    Tom

    Well said!

  • Andy said,

    Ronnie is looking at the big picture and his scope is a little bit broader than just our Guilford County area….I’m glad he sent this our way. It gives us a chance to see things in a different perspective….This list won’t change your college career….The future is now, so get our there and work hard and you may just be starting and heading up your own list soon….

  • Farce said,

    When are they going to stop letting Ronnie Til do his “scouting report”?

    There are much better evaluators out there, K and D!

  • girls basketball fan said,

    I give this list no credit what-so-ever. I don’t believe Ronnie Til is qualified to be the judge of all players in several states. He is only one person, and biased at that. There is no way he can be a fair judge. I know from personal experience… he doesn’t know all that he thinks he does. So to players who didn’t make this list… it doesn’t matter. Congrats to those who did. Success of basketball players doesn’t come from making lists people vote on or opinionated polls. A players success should be judged on the work they do on the court and their attitude off the court. One person’s opinion had no value on another’s success. This list is worthless hype.

  • Billy said,

    I’ve seen some of Ronnie Til’s lists before and these lists are straight up jokes. What are Ronnie’s credentials for begin a “scout?” Did he ever play in college? Pro? Pro over seas? Even High School? I have seen some really good players excluded, and other players, who I wonder if they even started for their high school team, included. I think Ronnie is biased and his lists are partially created based on what’s in it for Ronnie. I believe this process is based on potential customers for Ronnie’s scouting business.