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My name is Amaya Burnip. I am 5’2, c/o 2028. I played the point guard position for the Farmington Tigers. Leading the team in assists (37), free throws (99), and overall points (172) during the 2021-2022 season. The most memorable game during the season was scoring 20 pts, 3 rebounds, 3 blocks, 2 assists and a steal. I am a team player that is trained to know and play all positions on the court. I have played AAU ball for 3 years, and am a passionate and hardworking student-athlete. I would to continue playing in college.
MN Featured40 2022 Amaya showed off some smooth ball handling skills during the event. When she had the ball, she showed poise and the ability to handle against pressing defenders and even could beat multiple defenders with her ability to create space in the open court. In the half-court she used those handles to pull off effective crossovers and dribble-drive attacks to lose the defense and free herself for either a jump shot or an attack to the rim. When it came to extra-effort plays, she showed no fear in getting on the ground and giving up the body to try and secure the loose ball. Her area of opportunity would be continuing to work on finishing through contact. At times, you could see her rush a shot or avoid taking a shot to avoid contact. Adding the ability to absorb contact and still work to finish could help make her a harder stop on her drives to the basket. Summer Showcase MN 2022 Amaya lived up to her name and gave Amaya Battle like vibes with the ball in her hands. She brings a calmness to the court and never allowed defenders or what was happening around her to get her sped up. She doesn’t make risky passes or take poor percentage shots. She knew how to get to the openings in the defense and showed a nice shooting stroke from both the midrange as well as off the dribble into the painted area. Her area of opportunity would be on defense when it comes to limiting reaching for the ball. Because she had a good read on when to try and go for the ball when opposing ball handlers expose the ball, she was someone who looked to get deflections or steals often. However, at times it got her in trouble, and she got caught reaching and led to fouls. Working on reigning in that energy will both help her stay on the court and be and effective defender.
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