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The Team Penny roster is loaded with collegiate prospects, but two young ladies stand out on that list. Jaida Roper is a backcourt star who is listed as the No. 86 recruit in the nation in the Class of 2016 by the All Star Girls Report. Kayla Williams is a long wing who is at No. 124 on that chart, but she may soon join Roper in the Top 100.
“The Deep South Classic was our first big tournament this year, and I was very happy with the way we improved during the tournament. I’m looking forward to the rest of the summer because I think we will continue to progress,” said Coach Eric Daniels. “The one player for us who really blew up at the Deep South was Kayla. My phone has been ringing constantly since the Deep South, and the first player they are asking about is Kayla.”
All of Team Penny’s prospects will be showcased at the Tournament of Champions events in Suwanee (July 5-8) and Nashville (July 10-12). The Suwanee event will include 96 elite travel teams, with game being played at the Suwanee Sports Academy just outside Atlanta. The Suwanee TOC was previously called the FILA Nationals. The Nashville TOC will be held at the HoopTown facility, with 48 elite teams in the field.