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Plymouth, MN multi-sport athlete that participates in basketball, soccer and track. Dream is to play college basketball at a high level, high academic college. Enjoys time at cabin, traveling and hanging out with friends. 5’7” PG WAYZATA High School North Tartan 2025 Nike Minnesota Thunder Academy ECNL Soccer Player Coached by Ashley Ellis-Milan, Jeff Monahan, Daniel Makepeace, Clarence Fields, Peter Stewart, Angie Davison-Tusler, David Alberti (soccer).
Holiday SZN Showcase Minnesota (January 2021): Sophie showed that she has all the capabilities to be an elite guard in her class. She was vocal with her teammates and helping them both know where there should be and to pick them up if they missed a shot or had a turnover. She can absorb contact when she is attacking off the bounce and still focus on finishing the shot. Her area of opportunity would be knowing when there are open teammates out on the perimeter to kick out the pass to as because she is such a strong driver, defenses will collapse and throw multiple defenders at her. She has fantastic passing vision and should be able to put the pass right in the shooting pocket of an open teammate with ease if the defense sags in on her. Featured40 Minnesota (November 2020) Sophie played with some swagger during the featured 40. She seemed to have a really strong read on all aspects on the game and knew exactly where the openings in the defense were and she exploded those gaps. She seemed equally quick with or without the ball in her hands. She has a nice smooth shooting stroke on her shot, and you can see she takes and looks for the perimeter shot with more confidence. Her area of opportunity would be to continue to perfect that shot and continue to raise her shooting percentage and range at which she shoots them. Her ability to not let the defense speed her up and follow-through shows she has the makings to be a knock-down perimeter shooter in her career. Minnesota Fall Exclusive (October 2020) Sophie is a smooth guard that does a really good job of knowing what she does well and getting to those things on the court. From the guard position, she is a triple threat with the ball in her hands. She is capable of creating a shot for herself or for her teammates off the bounce. She has a nice read on the game for when she should attack inside the teeth of the defense to run the draw and kick type of offense for her team. In terms of passing, she shows a nice passing vision that can locate who is open and where to get them the ball that puts them in a good position to score. When it comes to scoring, she is a crafty finisher in the painted area. She is able to pull out high-level pump-fakes and step-through moves that help her lose defenders and have open shots. On defense, she displays a deceptive quickness that allows her to come away with steals or deflections when she is matched up one on one with opposing ball handlers. Her area of opportunity would be just to continue to refine and sharper up her outside shooting ability. She has the shooting stroke down and looks to attack from the outside at times, however making it a larger part of her arsenal will only make it that much more difficult for defenders to contain her. Summer Showcase (July 2021) Sophie showed that she is a complete offensive weapon on the court. She showed in the 1 on 1 setting, she has moves and countermoves that keep her defenders spinning and off balance. She is a strong guard who does not get knocked off her stride with good hard attacks off the bounce into the lane. She also showed that if her defender is not set or jumpy, she has the ability to pull off a step-back 3-pointer or crossover into a jump shot and drill those with consistency. Another part of her game that is at a high level is her passing vision. With her ability to get two feet in the paint, she pulls in multiple defenders and has the vision to quickly whip the pass out to an open teammate or make quick ball movements that leave the defense struggling to recover to contest. Her area of opportunity would be continuing to look to push the pace. At times she would slow it down bringing up the ball and it allowed defenders to get set. She has the passing and speed that slowing down at times makes her miss scoring or assist opportunities that she would rack up with ease with a faster pace up the court.
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