Cabriana Capers

Forward

CLASS: 2012

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SCOUTS GRADE

  • Glenview, ILHometown
  • Bolingbrook High School
  • 6-1Height
  • Weight
  • Overall Rank
  • 34Position Rank
Also Considered

ESPN Player Evaluations

Turkey Jamm-Nov 11: Solid frame, tough in the paint. Undersized but makes it happen on the glass. Goes to get loose balls not in her area. Tracks rebounds. Good athlete. Limited offensive skill set. (Clay)

Braggin' Rights-Dec. 10: Not quite the performance she's had in two other events we've seen this year but still looking good. Physical and aggressive every time out and not hesitant to mix it up under the rim. Had a few easy looks roll out on her but the moves to create the shots were strong and assertive. One constant has been her effort and willingness to scrap and get on the floor. (Lewis)

Nike Summer Showcase-July. 10: Strong and physical forward. Plays an aggressive and attacking game with some impressive explosiveness. Her skill level will have to expand to give her a more versatile game and make her a multifaceted threat. (Lewis)

Nike TOC-Dec. 10: Providing an aggressive and power balance to Morgan Tuck at the other forward spot. Brings the effort and attack on every possession and isn't going to back down from anyone. With refinement of her skills and consistency to her interior production could be a key piece in the recruiting classes of a lot of programs. (Lewis)

Solid frame, tough in the paint. Undersized but makes it happen on the glass. Goes to get loose balls not in her area. Tracks rebounds. Good athlete. Limited offensive skill set. (Clay)

Turkey Jamm-Nov. 10: Good news for Bolingbrook is turning out to be very bad news for opponents. This 6-1 forward is playing the kind of basketball that commands the attention of defenders and when you already have Ariel Massengale and Morgan Tuck to worry about things start to get stretched pretty thin. Capers is coming off a strong performance this summer for the Midwest Elite and continues to show she is a force to reckon with. If you're looking to define power forward, this is your girl. Physically strong, she's not hesitant to mix things up and put a body on opponents at either end of the floor. Her explosive athleticism sees her rising above the crowd for rebounds and finishing over bigger defenders. She's active offensively in the halfcourt and she's there on the break as well. The jumper still needs some work and consistency but down low she can finish efficiently. On the defensive end she has the agility to match up with quick forwards as well as the frame to hold her own with bigger post up threats. (Lewis)

USJN DC-July 10: Lots of physical tools and willingness to use them. Not many are going to out work her but the refinement of her skills and the expansion of her game are critical over the course of her junior year (Lewis)

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