Maddison Blackwell

Wing

CLASS: 2013

91

SCOUTS GRADE

  • Gahanna, OHHometown
  • Lincoln High School
  • 6-1Height
  • Weight
  • Overall Rank
  • 21Position Rank
Also Considered

ESPN Player Evaluations

Deep South-April 2011: Following the footsteps of a famous parent is never easy. And being the daughter of Georgeann Wells, a former All-American basketball player at West Virginia University who became the first woman to register a dunk in an official NCAA basketball game, is a daunting task. But Blackwell, the silky-smooth 6-2 wing, is well on her way. Blackwell is long, athletic and a well-rounded prospect. She played multiple positions; at one point she even appeared to be playing the point forward, being responsible for breaking the Lady Lightening Silver press. Blackwell uses her long arms to defend both on the perimeter and in the post. She rebounds well and can score in a multitude of ways. Blackwell has a soft-shooting touch on the perimeter and in the paint. Defensively, Blackwell displayed a very high IQ in regards to understanding the sometimes overlooked on-ball and help-defense concepts. She also did a good job blocking shots and jumping passing lanes. Blackwell's continued development will have several Division I coaches following her footsteps. (Beverly)

Notes

Club Team: Capitol City Comets

ESPN HoopGurlz Tip Sheet Mentions:
•  Deep South--April 2011