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2024 5-5 G Kalise Hill – McEachern
Kalise is tiny guard that packs a big punch. She may not pass the eye test immediately walking off the bus, but Hill makes things happen when the ball is in her hands. In an ugly 34-33 win over Norcross, Kalise was by far the most efficient player on the floor, piling in 23 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist and 3 steals. Hill nailed four threes including the go-ahead hoop with under a minute to play, netting the long-ball off the bounce. Kalise is a crafty driver that draws fouls downhill and can finish with either hand. Hill went 5-10 from the line. D-II/III schools may want to check Hill out.

2024 5-10 PG Jania Akins – Norcross
Akins’ High Major skill flashed intermittently in Norcross’ 34-33 loss to McEachern. Jania warmed up in the third quarter, scoring on a three, a coast-to-coast hoop and an And-1 steal. Akins finished with 13 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals and 1 block. She’s a dangerous finisher with how well she accepts contact and her ability to explode up for layups with either hand. Akins is a willing rebounder and has the size and athleticism to be an above-average defender.

2025 5-10 PG Aubrey Beckham – Hebron Christian
Beckham showed why she is one of Georgia’s top 2025 guards on Saturday as she poured in 19 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal and 1 block in Hebron Christian’s 76-47 win over Pebblebrook. Beckham checks the physical boxes. She’s got great size and length for a lead guard. Aubrey is a three-level scorer with a smooth game, using a slick crossover to beat defenders when getting downhill. Aubrey has a trustworthy floater and can finish through contact, converting two And-1s against the Falcons. Beckham hit a three and used a stepback jumper to score from the mid-range. ACC and SEC schools have offered.

2024 5-5 G Amiya Porter – Hebron Christian
The difference in the game between the first half and second half was shots started to drop for Amiya Porter. She nailed four of her five threes in the second half, finishing with 19 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals. The Lions love to drive and kick for open looks as Porter set up on the wings for catch-and-shoot opportunities.

2024 5-7 G Nia Morgan – Pebblebrook
Smaller schools should check in on Nia Morgan. With no subs the entire game, Morgan did her best to keep the Falcons competitive. She does a really nice job attacking the rim, getting two feet in the paint and finishing in traffic. Nia scored on five drives, converting with both hands and even stepped outside to drill a three. Morgan had 16 points, 5 rebounds and 2 steals. With another year to develop and more of the offense running through her full-time, expect Morgan to put up big numbers her senior season.