HoopGurlz updated player rankings for the 2011 and 2012 classes. While no area 2011 players are nationally ranked in Top 100, many local stars were rated and ranked in Texas. The player rankings/rating follow:
Sune Agbuke- Rated 90 ( ranked #37 Forward in nation) ShesBallin City rank #1
Erica Donovan- Rated 90 (ranked #26 Wing in nation) ShesBallin City rank # 2
Danielle Blagg- Rated 90 ( ranked #37 Forward in nation) ShesBallin rank # 4
Ebony Watkins- Rated 90 (ranked # 36 Guard in nation) ShesBallin rank #5
Asha Hampton-Finch- Rated 87 ( ranked # 76 Forward in nation) ShesBallin # 9
Alison Salmon- Rated 74 ( ranked #106 pg in nation)
* Why Arielle Roberson has not been graded is a mystery. Getting graded by the HoopGurlz staff seems to be a matter of playing in front of them on a few occasasions. For Instance, Alison Salmon played in front of them in the Deep South Classic and received her ratings. Arielle played a national schedule with her club team(TeamXpress) this summer and played in front of the HoopGurlz staff often.
Sabrina Berry- HoopGurlz Top 100 ( ranked #35 Wing in nation) ShesBallin #22
McKenzie Calvert- Rated 92, HoopGurlz Top 100 ( Highest grade in city as freshman!)
Recee' Caldwell- Rated 90, HoopGurlz Top 100
The following is the grading system for HoopGurlz:
Scouts Inc. High School Grading System
98-100: High-major plus prospect Player demonstrates rare abilities. She should have an immediate impact at a national program and be a potential Olympian and/or an impact player in the WNBA early in her career. If girls were allowed early entry in the WNBA this player would be considered for a top 10 draft pick.
94-97: High-major prospect
Player has the potential to significantly contribute as a freshman for most national programs and should make an immediate impact. She could be a three- or four-year starter and have an opportunity for all-league honors.
90-93: High-major minus prospect
Player has the potential to significantly contribute to a national program as a freshman. She could be a four-year contributor with an opportunity to start over the course of her career.
87-89: Mid-major minus prospect
Player could contribute for three or four years at a high-major program or have a significant impact as a freshman at a mid-major program.
83-86: Mid-major prospect
Player should be a solid contributor and two- or three-year starter at a mid-major program.
80-82: Mid-major minus prospect
Player could be a three- or four-year contributor with an opportunity to eventually start at a mid-major program.
77-79: Low-major plus prospect
Player could contribute at a mid-major school but should be a significant contributor as a freshman at a low-major program.
73-76: Low-major prospect
Player should be a solid contributor and two- or three-year starter at a low-major program.
70-72: Low-major minus prospect
Player could be a three- or four-year contributor with an opportunity to eventually start at a low-major program.
65-69: Marginal Division I prospect
Player has some of the tools to play at the D-I level but may contribute as a role player.
Here is a review of how the most celebrated class (2010) in recent San Antonio history rated:
Meighan Simmons- Rated 95 (Tennessee)
Stephanie Whittman-Rated 90(Kansas St.)
CeCe Harper- Rated 90 (Kansas)
Jessica Kuster -Rated 89 (Rice)
Len'Nique Bown- Rated 86 (USC)
Cheyenne Berry- Rated 81 (SFA)
Kiante Ageous- Rated 79(Arizona)