Alexis Perry


CLASS: 2011



  • Brea, CAHometown
  • Brea Olinda High School
  • 5-6Height
  • Weight
  • Overall Rank
  • 29Position Rank

ESPN Player Evaluations

Nike TOC-Dec. 10: If a players stock could go through the roof, this point guard blew it off. Despite a first round injury she had a tournament that most athletes would be envious of. A stocky but powerful build combines with quickness and speed to make her a challenging match up. Her one on one skills create both looks and passes and her attack puts them to good use. She sees the floor effectively and is more than adept at getting the ball where it needs to go. A tremendous, unsigned senior. (Lewis)

There is something to be said for players that are winners. Riley-Perry separated her shoulder on the first day of the tournament, was carted off on a gurney, and less than 48 hours later was back on the court leading her team to a championship. Her toughness has been tested throughout her high school career with numerous injuries but she continues to bounce back.

Her command of the Brea Olinda offense surpasses her physical talents. She has all the quickness you'd ever want at the point guard position, and she uses it effectively. She doesn't overpenetrate just because she can. She runs Jeff Sink's offense and when the angles are there she darts into the lane and can make a play once she's in the heart of the defense.

As an unsigned senior, someone will be getting an absolute steal in the spring. She is a talented player and has the leadership and basketball IQ to be an impact player, even if injuries kept her from proving it during the club season over the years. (Hansen)

Nike TOC-Dec. 09: Physically Perry is short at 5-7 for the off-guard and adequate for the point, but she is strong and explosive regardless of height. She has the burst coming out of her change-of-direction and change-of-pace moves to get into the defender's hips and the strength the take the ensuing bump as she gets into the lane. Once in traffic she showed the ability to create a shot for herself or drop a dime to a teammate. She also kept the Mt. Lebanon defense honest by knocking down the three. In transition she threw laser up-court passes to start the break. Defensively she is aggressive which, when combined with her strength, makes her a tough on-ball defender.


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