Jayda Bovero

Wing

CLASS: 2014

88

SCOUTS GRADE

  • Farr West, UTHometown
  • Syracuse High School
  • 5-11Height
  • Weight
  • Overall Rank
  • 73Position Rank
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ESPN Player Evaluations

Salt Lake Metro Showcase-September 2012: Strong, athletic perimeter performer; soft touch in mid range game; rebounds and handles on break; versatile defender (Olson)

Summer Showcase-July 11: Had some good moments but wasn't able to take the individual progress she demonstrated at the USA U16 trials and apply it to her Flight team. The transition to being a true wing player is coming along, confidence shooting the ball is coming along. Plenty of time for this youngster but finding that confidence she had, in arguably a more stressful environment in Colorado Springs, and maintaining it will be a big step for Bovero. (Hansen)

USA U16 Trials-May 11: Complete surprise in the trials as the player that has been somewhat of a quiet facilitator at the forward position looked really strong at the wing position against some of the best young talent in the country. Moving from a forward position in middle school to what will be her position in college, the wing, is showing great signs of development. Her handle has improved and she used her strong build to initiate some contact on dribble drives. Shooting range is still a work in progress but then again several good shooters had issues at altitude and not recognizing that the FIBA line is further out than the 3-point arc in high school. Defensively she did a pretty good job against most but the top shelf of athletes showed she still has some work to do in understanding when her lateral quickness is at a disadvantage and adjusting by giving more cushion. (Hansen)

Nice size and athleticism on the perimeter. Some one-on-one skills allow her to drive and slash at times. Hit a couple of 15-footers with sound form and stroke. (Lewis)

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