Kaliyah Mitchell

Kaliyah Mitchell

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CLASS: 2013

93

SCOUTS GRADE

  • Stone Mountain, GAHometown
  • Stephenson High School
  • 6-2Height
  • Weight
  • 88Overall Rank
  • 9Position Rank

ESPN Player Evaluations

Battle in the Boro-July 11: Has both size and strength to call upon as well as the potential to play on the block or at the elbow. Active and aggressive, she can create her own look off the single dribble drive or from a hard, strong basket cut. Her long first step is explosive and can get her past most defenders who are her peer physically. In traffic she's a power player and willing to take it up with a crowd hanging on her. her mid range and 15 foot jumper has a short stroke to it that gives her some inconsistency that will need to be addressed. Lots of defensive versatility come with Mitchell on the floor both in halfcourt "D" as well as pressing and trapping situations. (Lewis)

Spring Showdown-April 11: The 6-2 forward played extremely well. Mitchell put her complete game on display; she defended well on the perimeter and in the low post. She handles the ball well... Click here for the full evaluation and tip sheet.

Battle For The Boro-July 10: Athletic player who could play the wing or guard spot. Strong ballhandler who had some impressive moments. Young, keep watching. (Lewis)

Peach State-July 10: With the pool of bigger perimeter players expanding with every class, it's getting harder and harder just to stand out on size alone. This 6-2 wing brings to the table both the athleticism and skills to combine with her height and make her a special prospect to keep an eye on. The native of Stone Mountain, Ga., has the speed and agility to be effective on the perimeter at both ends of the floor. She already possesses impressive lower body strength that allows her to play more physically both inside and out. Constantly active, with and without the ball, she's a difficult matchup for opponents and presents a dilemma whether to challenge her with speed or size. She's got a sound jumper and some range but still has the capability to create off the drive. There's still a maturation process that will serve her decision making well but there's already results more often than not. She can match up defensively at almost any position on the floor and doesn't seem hesitant to play physical when the pushing and shoving begins. Keep watching closely, it will be worth it. (Lewis)

Notes

Club Team: Georgia Hoopstars