Kamy Cole

Guard

CLASS: 2012

91

SCOUTS GRADE

  • Brock, TXHometown
  • Brock High School
  • 5-9Height
  • Weight
  • Overall Rank
  • 45Position Rank

ESPN Player Evaluations

Nike Nationals, July 2011: Cole is a 5-foot-9 guard who can be used as a point guard or on the wing as a scoring guard. She uses both hands effectively and does a good job of penetrating gaps to slice through the defense. Her upper-body strength along with an aggressive scoring mindset allow her to focus and finish with contact. One of the best things about her game is the relentless attitude she plays with on both ends of the floor. She can be a sticky defender on one end of the floor and an efficient scorer on the other. No matter how the game is being played or what the score might be, you can always rely on Cole to be a consistent contributor. (Gray)

PBR Super 64-July 11: Versatile guard with a range of skills. Add to that a competitive edge and willingness to leave it all on the floor and you've got Cole. She has the ball skills to create both her own looks as well as clean opportunities for her teammates. Her own stroke is sound with a quick release but is still looking to find it's consistency. At either end of the floor few players are going to outwork her and she'll get out in transition or defensively. (Lewis)

Boo Williams-April 11: Has shown quite a bit of improvement over the last year. While she still plays with reckless abandon in going after loose balls, rebounds and attacking the basket, she is making better decisions with the ball. Her shooting is still a little streaky due to a couple of things; first, her elbow floats outside her body, moving her release point off of center, and second, she sometimes shoots her jump shot on the way down. She has some good hang time but even on shots that aren't contested well enough to need it. The basics are there to be a good shooter. Defensively she is still rock solid, though games called tighter can lead to some early foul trouble before she adjusts. Still an intriguing prospect and her improvement is notable. (Hansen)

Texas UIL-March 11: When everything goes wrong for a half, a coach needs to have leadership and a fierce competitiveness. Luckily for Brock, Cole fits that billing. She attacked and defended hard in the first half of the semifinal but shots didn't fall and San Saba (San Saba, Texas) was draining threes from all over the gym. In the second half, she willed her way to the free-throw line and converted shots down the stretch when Brock needed it most. She knows only one way to play and if you think you can keep her from penetrating into the lane and making things happen, think again. Her shooting form needs some refinement so she doesn't suffer through the dry spells in Sherri Coale's program down the road. (Hansen)

A right handed off guard, Cole is a good athlete. Low release point on her jumper makes her a streaky shooter. Was off on this day. Driver, likes to attack with her head down. Right hand off the bounce to spin. Lacks counters (behind the back, crossover) when facing the basket. (Clay)

Nike Nationals-July 10: Versatile guard with sound, fundamental skills. Stroke is there as well as some range. The ballhandling is OK but could use some sharpening and diversity in it's use to attack. (Lewis)

PBR Super 64-July 10: On a team with plenty of scorers, size and high-profiles, Cole hits the floor with a relentless way about her. She is a glue player who will give her body up for a loose ball or to take a charge. She tips a lot of passes and for a 5-9 guard she gets a good number of rebounds. Her offense comes from strong attacks to the basket. She has good lift and could stand to refine her finishing moves as she should be able to master the stop-and-pop and not always try to get to the rim. She is a high-energy player who speeds the game up. (Hansen)

Texas UIL-March '10: Some just play with reckless abandon and Cole is one of those players. The 5-9 Brock High School guard seems to be on the ground every play. She has no problem penetrating into the paint and drawing contact, in fact she likes it. Each time she hits the deck she pops up, seemingly more upset and ready to attack again even harder the next play. If she can get stronger she will be able to finish on more of her rampages to the rim. She has very good athleticism so these moves aren't out of control. She showed some skills shooting the basketball as well, which will only make her a tougher player to defend if she continues to grow that part of her game. (Hansen)

Notes

Club Team: Cy-Fair Nike Elite