Atlanta– After the country paused for three months due to Covid-19, the National Hoop Series took a series of precautions and procedures to bring basketball back to Atlanta. And after Saturday’s action, it was safe to say the kids were ready to play. Let’s take a look at the top girls from Day Two.
5’10 Jahnaesia Tiyanna Spiers 2025 Cedar Grove Middle School
*Star Alert* Cedar Grove HS may get lucky with this hidden gem. At the National Hoop Series, Tiyanna Spiers was excellent inside the paint. She displayed her uncanny ability to play inside-out and extended her game to the perimeter. She was not afraid of contact and has the ability to be a high Divison One Caliber Player.
PG Riley Dean 2025 JJ Daniels HS
Riley played big for T.R.U. Elite and was deadly behind the 3 point range and tough inside. She displayed all day Saturday that she is a fierce competitor. She will be fun to watch next season for JJ Daniels High School.
PG Rachel Lopez 2022 Ringgold HS
Lopex was huge at the National Hoop Series with her ballhandling and speed. She made getting to the basket look easy and was very confident initiating the offense, finding open teammates with her court vision. Very deadly behind the three-point line. She will be fun to watch for the Ringgold Rams this season.
PG Ellie Cook 2023 Union County HS
Cook, was cooking all day long showcasing her scoring ability in transition and her ability to finish around the rim under duress. She picks and chooses how to attack, and is very under control with the basketball, She will be a key contributor for Union High School this season.