Briana Glover

Wing

CLASS: 2012

89

SCOUTS GRADE

  • Mason, OHHometown
  • William Mason High School
  • 6-1Height
  • Weight
  • Overall Rank
  • 38Position Rank

ESPN Player Evaluations

USJN DC-July 10: Glover is one of those players who always appears to be in the middle of everything. In transition, she is the quickest to turn defense to offense with her ability to defend the passing lanes. With a long and lengthy 6-1 frame, Glover rebounds out of her area and pressures the ball on the perimeter. She needs to add strength to her frame, as she can at times be pushed around by bigger interior players. We project Glover as a wing with continued development to her ball handling skills and outside shooting. Her upside is very promising. (Bodine)

Still showing more and more advancements in her game as the summer progresses. Looking more and more comfortable on the wing and showing the agility at both ends to convince coaches that the perimeter is where her future lies. If she embraces the defensive success she's had this summer she'll have add depth to her growing skill set. (Lewis) Battle in the Boro-July 10: Long and athletic, she's establishing herself more as a prospect on the wing. Strong defensive presence and effective on the front of almost any press. Keep watching. (Lewis)

USJN Toledo-May 11: Good frame, 4 player. Will run the floor, active on the glass. Push on her free throw release. Right hand dominant, took a 17 footer - didn't drop (Clay)

Battle in the Boro-July 10: Long and athletic, she's establishing herself more as a prospect on the wing. Strong defensive presence and effective on the front of almost any press. Keep watching. (Lewis)

Notes

Club Team: Sport City U