CA Top 250 Expo: Scouting Report 2024 & 2025 Pins. Vol 2
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The inaugural California Top 250 Expo by PrepDig was an exhilarating experience! Bursting at the seams with remarkable talent, the event stood as a testament to sheer impressiveness. To all who’ve been following my previous articles, a heartfelt thank you…
The inaugural California Top 250 Expo by PrepDig was an exhilarating experience! Bursting at the seams with remarkable talent, the event stood as a testament to sheer impressiveness. To all who’ve been following my previous articles, a heartfelt thank you for your unwavering support. However, this particular piece will take a nuanced turn, delving deeper into a scouting report. Brace yourself for a more technical breakdown centered on the tendencies of prospects rather than an all-encompassing view of the athlete. Worry not, as there will be multiple articles shining a spotlight on the unique attributes of our top prospects. This one, however, zeroes in on the hitting tendencies of select 2024 & 2025 Pins.
Baller TV Bib: 104 Court 1
Kenadi employs a rapid three-step approach, beginning with low shoulders that propel her into a powerful backswing. Notably, she opts not to draw back her elbow but instead elevates it up and over, preparing to strike. Her contact with the ball is positioned in front of her body, enabling her to execute a precise cross-court shot with finesse.
, 2025: 6’0″ Outside for Marymount High School and Sunshine Red.
Baller TV Bib: 190 Court 2
Logan’s approach stands out with a fantastic snap that opens up numerous hitting options for her. She adeptly transfers power from her left to right swinging arm, showcasing excellent coordination. Her remarkable wrist control enables her to skillfully alter her shots, maneuvering around opposing blocks. Moreover, Logan consistently lands on both feet, demonstrating precise technique and stability after executing her moves.
, 2025: 5’10” Outside for Mira Costa High School and Surfside PV Red.
Baller TV Bib: 183 Court 1
Lauren executes a dynamic approach, skillfully drawing her arms back to build momentum before her jump. With precision, she extends her swing away from her body, and swiftly snaps across her body to strike the ball. The fast velocity of her arm swing significantly contributes to the power behind her hit, amplifying its impact.
, 2025: 6’1″ Outside for JSerra High School and TStreet.
Baller TV Bib: 184 Court 1
Mikaela’s hitting style features minimal back arch and a straightforward approach with limited hip rotation. At the peak of her jump, she employs a left arm tuck, swiftly generating significant power to strike the ball with speed. Her hits down the line have the most speed and momentum.
Nika Safavi, 2024: 5’9″ Outside for Beckman High School and Mizuno Long Beach Black.
Baller TV Bib: 203 Court 1
Nika has a rapid arm swing characterized by swift ball release. Her hitting pattern predominantly involves direct forward strikes, displaying minimal wrist disguise or hip rotation. Notably, she maintains consistent ball placement during off-sets and showcases impressive speed in transitioning off the net.