Bria Goss

Guard

CLASS: 2011

95

SCOUTS GRADE

  • Indianapolis, INHometown
  • Ben Davis High School
  • 5-10Height
  • Weight
  • 17Overall Rank
  • 4Position Rank
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ESPN Player Evaluations

Fila Nationals-July 10: If you did not know any better you would have thought Goss was playing for the very last Division I basketball scholarship available for the class of 2011. Why? Because Goss was the hardest working individual in attendance. She ran down loose balls and streaking opponents with the same tenacity. Her play was very contagious as her teammates followed her lead and produced big wins during the Fila Nationals. Goss can defend every position on the floor and does it willingly. The Kentucky commit will be a welcomed addition in the Bluegrass State and should pay immediate dividends as a defender and high-energy player. Her style can cause her a time or two to get out of control, but the effort and the energy will be call upon regardless. (Powell)

USJN DC-July 10: Goss continues to shine this summer and even seems to be advancing her game as the month progresses. The depth of her skills and physical attributes may well make her one of the most versatile and talented guards any team will match up with. After attracting a lot of defensive attention she did an impressive job of creating scoring looks for her teammates. She's at her best in transition but can get into the paint as well in the halfcourt. Whether it's scoring the ball or delivering the assist, she's threat anytime she's on the floor. (Lewis)

Battle in the Boro-July 10: One of the more impressive performances of the entire event came from this versatile 5-10 combo guard. Combining size, athleticism and advanced individual skills, she maintains control of the floor in almost any game in which she plays. With and without the ball she in constant motion offensively and reads opposing defenders like a book. She can score in traffic and delivers with a true jumper from the perimeter. Goss is an active defender and sees the floor at that end as well but could be more aggressive on ball. (Lewis)

Nike Skills-May '10: Goss has a special blend of athleticism and perimeter length. She plays low to high from the perimeter making her a tough guard with her quick first step and her explosive nature around the cup. Had a wide range of offensive maneuvers including the one-dribble pull-up from 17 feet from the baseline, step back jumper, and explosive finsihes at the basket going either way. A long and active defender who rebounds her position better then most. She has a handle that can use some refinement. A playmaker with a active motor. Defends multiple positions well.

Notes

Club Team: GymRats

First team all-state, 2010