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Houston is the most fruitful girls basketball hot-bed in the country.
Just think of the talent who has driven the lane and drained three-pointers over the years. It's staggering.
This is the next batch of stars who will play in the college game.
VYPE's TOP 20 Prospects
1. D'Asia Thomas, Houston Christian
2. Justice Carlton, Seven Lakes
3. Jorynn Ross, Summer Creek
4. Nya Threatt, FB Dulles (UT-Arlington)
5. R'Mani Taylor, Shadow Creek
6. Sydney Ward, The Village School (University of the Pacific)
7. Saija Cleveland, Langham Creek (Dayton)
8. Zachara Perkins, St. Pius X
9. Rylee Grays, Pearland
10. Jordyn Marshall, Manvel (Prairie View A&M)
11. Blake Matthews, Atascocita (Bucknell University)
12. Kaitlyn Duhon, Summer Creek (Auburn)
13. Kylie Minter, Clear Springs (Southern Arkansas University)
14. Dalanna Carter, Lutheran High North
15. Victoria Rivera, Dobie (Georgetown)
16. Rachel Sarlls, Barbers Hill
17. Brooklin Brown, Shadow Creek
18. Katelyn Kabrich, Tomball Memorial
19. Krishawn Lee, Cypress Creek
20. Olivia Sauvageau, Second Baptist School
Others to Watch: Tobi Ademuwagun, Village School; Jalayah Ingram, Houston Christian; Jasmyn Jackson, Cy Creek; Loghan Johnson, Houston Christian; Kate Marshall, Second Baptist School; Riley McCloskey, Houston Memorial; Shalayne Morgan, North Shore; Ese Ogbevire, Fulshear and Breelyn Sanborn, St. Pius X
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No. 4 Shadow Creek Sharks
Last season was a big year for Shadow Creek, which was in its first year playing at the Class 6A level.
Despite taking the step up to the next level, LaToya Micheaux-Giles' squad reached its first Regional Championship in program history after getting to the Regional Semifinals the year before as a Class 5A program.
The Sharks are once again loaded as Micheaux-Giles enters year six of leading the program. Coming off a 25-5 season, Shadow Creek returns five starters, making them a favorite to get back to the Regional Tournament.
R'Mani Taylor is the one that gets things going. The senior averaged 15 points and 4.3 assists per game a year ago on the way to a District Offensive Player of the Year award. Brooklin Brown was right behind her with 11.6 points and 6.7 rebounds per game, earning her a first-team, all- district nod.
Acacia Edmond is another name to remember after the junior averaged 5.4 points per game garnering her a second-team, all-district award. Another name to remember at the Creek is Alana Trail, who is a shooting guard.
Watch out for the Sharks in the water again in 2022.