A Closer Look: ASGR Los Angeles Region 2014 Prospects

San Diego State head coach Beth Burns is pursuing several prospects from the Los Angeles area.

California kids have a major presence in the Class of 2014, with seven Californians ranked in the national Top 50. The chase for those recruits is accelerating, and the All Star Girls Report is following all the action. In the coming days, ASGR will break down the top recruits in the class by region. Today, we look at the ASGR Los Angeles Region, which includes the entire state of California. Subscribers can log on to the database at the subscriber login at the top of the page.

The complete  All Star Girls Report database has over 200 players (2014-2018 classes) from the California region. Ratings and player notes are included from veteran ASGR analyst Bret McCormick, providing programs from high majors to mid-majors with invaluable information.

Here are the Top 25 prospects for 2014 from the Los Angeles region. The Super Six players from the area include a comment from McCormick.

1.  Gabby Green, 6-2, SG, St. Mary’s College, Oakland, CA.  McCormick: “Gabby is someone who could honestly play anywhere from point guard to power forward. She is a great athlete, she is an intelligent player, and she can really do it all.”

2.  Jordin Canada, 5-7, PG, Winward, Los Angeles, CA.  McCormick: “Jordin is a great point guard. She understands the game and she knows how to get to the free throw line. She is a leader who will take control at end of a close game.”

3.  Lajahna Drummer, 6-3, PF, St. Bernard, Los Angeles, CA.  McCormick: “Unfortunately, Lajahna is out right now with a knee injury. When she is on the court, she is a tremendous athlete with an inside-outside game.”

4.  Monique Billings, 6-3, C, Santiago, Corona, CA.  McCormick: “Monique is a terrific athlete with great leaping ability. Her stock has really risen recently. She has elevated her game, I think she is still improving.”

5.  Mariya Moore, 6-0, WF, Salesian, Pleasant Hill, CA.  McCormick: “Mariya is another tremendous athlete who can really get off the floor. She could end up playing the three or the four because she can score inside, and she has the athleticism to compete on perimeter. She also does a lot of the important little things for a team.”

6.  Mikayla Cowling, 5-11, WF, St. Mary’s Berkeley, CA.  McCormick: “Mikayla has verbally committed to Cal. She is an explosive athlete who is a very aggressive player. She always plays hard, and she can shoot the three. Her sister, Alex, is a senior at Loyola-Marymount.”

2014 SUPER SIXHtPosHigh SchoolHometownCollege
1- Gabby Green6-2SGSt. Mary’s CollegeOakland, CAUndecided
2- Jordin Canada5-7PGWinwardLos Angeles, CAUndecided
3- Lajahna Drummer6-3PFSt. BernardLos Angeles, CAUndecided
4- Monique Billings6-3CSantiagoCorona, CAUndecided
5- Mariya Moore6-0WFSalesianPleasant Hill, CAUndecided
6- Mikayla Cowling5-11WFSt. Mary’s BerkeleyBenecia, CACal-Berkeley
7-  Chayenne Greenhouse5-11SGCanyon SpringsRiverside, CAUndecided
8-  Kristen Simon6-2PFWinwardGardena, CAUndecided
9-  Ayanna Edwards6-4CSacramentoSacramento, CAUndecided
10- Emoni Jackson6-1PFSt. BernardPasadena, CAUndecided
11- Natalie Romeo5-9PGCarondeletMartinez, CAUndecided
12- Sarah Luther6-2CCarondeletDanville, CAUndecided
13- Najah Queenland5-10SGSt. FrancisSacramento, CAUndecided
14- Dominique Wheatley5-6PGBonitaLaVerne, CAUndecided
15- Arica Carter5-8SGLong Beach PolyLos Angeles, CAUndecided
16- Zoe Zwerling5-7PGGunnPalo Alto, CAUndecided
17- Imani Littleton6-3PFLJ Country DayLemon Grove, CAUndecided
18- Morgan Green5-8PGWhitneyRocklin, CAUndecided
19- Kelli Hayes6-1SGArchbishop MittySan Jose, CAUndecided
20- Peyton Langston6-0SGMater DeiCarson, CAUndecided
21- Chyanne Butler5-5PGSt. BernardCorona, CAUndecided
22- Drew Cabral5-8PGBrentwood SchoolLos Angeles, CAUndecided
23- Tiara Tucker5-6PGBrookside ChristianStockton, CAUndecided
24- Jada Matthews6-1PFLong Beach PolyParamount, CAUndecided
25- Sarah Porter5-9PGHorizon ChristianEscondido, CAUndecided