- Powder Springs, GAHometown
- Hillgrove High School
- 71Overall Rank
- 15Position Rank
FGB Spring-April 2013: Smooth, efficient faceup-4 performer; triple-threat attack creates, finishes in traffic; soft touch in mid-post game yields results; active on glass; superb in uptempo, delivers on fast break. (Olson)
USAB U16 Trials-May 11: Hard working forward with a solid build. Scraps with a blue collar effort and isn't hesitant to add a physical element to her game. Posts aggressively down low and demonstrated some sound post moves on the catch. If she's not the rebounder she's out on the break and often beat some of the perimeter players down the floor. Even took it herself a couple of times showing a comfort level in putting the ball on the floor. Not afraid to put a body on someone defensively but also gets into a stance and digs in on ball on the perimeter. Lots more to come from her. (Lewis)
Spring Showdown-April 11: his 6-2 forward has a mature game at a young age. Engram has a college body now and knows how to use it. She attacked off the dribble with a... Click here for the full evaluation and tip sheet.
Run for the Roses-July 10: Mackenzie Engram carries herself on the court like a seasoned veteran; nothing about her would let you know that she has played a varsity game yet. At 6-2 Engram has a college physique and is very fluid in her movement. Since the fall she has improved her ball handling especially in the open court. Her post game is very smooth, she has great up-and-under moves that she is comfortable using on either side of the basket. Engram is very light on her feet, which makes it easy for her get great rebounding position in traffic. She is an intense player but she rarely gets rattled even when the play gets physical, a big plus for such a young player. Engram has unlimited potential and there is no doubt we can expect to she more from this talented freshman. (Bodine)
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