A Closer Look: ASGR Miami Region 2014 Prospects

South Florida’s Jose Fernandez and a number of ACC programs are recruiting Dominique Simpson from Orlando. Photo by Tom Hagerty.

Florida has become a major battleground for collegiate recruiters, and 2014 will be no different. The chase for Class of 2014 prospects is accelerating, and the All Star Girls Report is following all the action. In the coming weeks, ASGR will break down the top recruits in the class by region. Today, we look at the ASGR Miami Region, which includes the entire state of Florida. Subscribers can log on to the database at the subscriber login at the top of page.

The complete  All Star Girls Report database has over 100 players (2014-2018 classes) from the Florida 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 Miami region. The Super Six players from the area include a comment from McCormick.

1.  Khale’ann Cordon-Goudrea, 6-3, WF, IMG Academy, Bradenton, FL.  McCormick: “Khale’ann and her sister are from Canada, and now they are at the IMG Academy. Khale’ann is a great athlete with a high basketball IQ, and she has a strong inside-outside game.”

2.  Dominique Simpson, 5-9, SG, Jones, Orlando, FL.  McCormick: “Dominique is a very athletic combo guard. She is effective attacking the basket, and her shooting range extends to the three-point arc.”

3.  Taryn Griffey, 5-6, PG, Dr. Phillips, Orlando, FL.  McCormick: “Taryn, who is Ken Griffey Jr.’s daughter, is out with a knee injury right now. When she is healthy, she is a lightning quick PG with a good handle. She knows the game, and she likes to compete.”

4.  Audrey Ann Cardon-Goudrea, 6-3, WF, IMG Academy, Bradenton, FL.  McCormick: “Audrey Ann is similar to her sister — a long athlete. She has a nice baby hook, and she can shoot it out to the three-point line.”

5. Haley Clark, 5-9, PG, Edgewater, Orlando, FL.  McCormick: “Haley is a combo guard who has good fundamentals in all phases of the game. She is an effective shooter from three-point range.”

6.  Keyanna Harris, 5-11, WF, Dwyer, Riviera Beach, FL.  McCormick: “Keyanna is just a great athlete who can explode off the wing. She can get to the rim, and she knows how to finish in traffic.”


2014 SUPER SIXHtPosHigh SchoolHometownCollege
1- K. Cardon-Goudrea6-3WFIMG AcademyBradenton, FLUndecided
2- Dominique Simpson5-9SGJonesOrlando, FLUndecided
3- Taryn Griffey5-6PGDr. PhillipsOrlando, FLUndecided
4- A. Ann Cardon-Goudrea6-3WFIMG AcademyBradenton, FLUndecided
5- Haley Clark5-9PGEdgewaterOrlando, FLUndecided
6- Keyanna Harris5-11WFDwyerRiveria Beach, FLUndecided
7- Aisha Edwards5-6PGCoral Springs Ch.Boca Raton, FLUndecided
8- Aliyah Gregory5-11WFStrawberry CrestDover, FLUndecided
9-  Rolanda Hayes5-6PGVieraMelbourne, FLUndecided
10- La’karis Salter6-0PFFAMUTallahassee, FLUndecided
11- Kenyia Johnson5-7SGFleming IslandOrange Park, FLUndecided
12- Nyala Shuler5-10WFEdgewaterWinter Garden, FLUndecided
13- Lasonja Edwards5-11PFFt. Pierce CentralFort Pierce, FLUndecided
14- Chenya Sealey5-10WFBartowBartow, FLUndecided
15- Taylor Mack6-2CSouth BrowardHollywood, FLUndecided
16- Neydja Petithomme5-8PGGrandview PrepBoca Raton, FLUndecided
17- Danneal Ford5-10PGMiami NorlandMiami Gardens, FLFla. Atlantic
18- Brittany Jackson5-7SGCardinal GibbonsPlantation, FLUndecided
19- Maika’la McCloud5-8PGMon. Edward PaceOpa-Locka, FLUndecided
20- Destiny Woodard5-7PGAtlanticNew Smyrna, FLUndecided
21- Stephanie Oramas5-4PGA-bishop McCarthyPembroke Pines,FLUndecided
22- Dyandria Anderson5-10SGVieraMelbourne, FLUndecided
23- Shakoa Edwards5-3PGBoynton BeachBoynton Beach, FLUndecided
24- Alexis Brito5-11WFSouth BrowardHollywood, FLUndecided
25- Sarah Cooper6-2CStoneman DouglasParkland, FLUndecided