Breakfast Club - Dallas 2024

Breakfast Club - Dallas 2024
Finley Parker


Jordan Ode, a Michigan State commit, brought her game from Minnesota to Texas. *Photo by Nic Tieskoetter.

PLANO, Texas – Since 2015 the Lone Star State has been a spring stop on the Elite Is Earned CMO Showcase national camp tour.  The Breakfast Club is a group chosen by the camp staff during the event to get extra work on the last day of camp.  Here’s a look at the Dallas area Breakfast Club hoopers.

 

Jordan Ode

Minnesota, Class of 2025

POSITION/RANKG  /  13

HEIGHT5' 11"

COMMITTED TO

Michigan State

#35

The Michigan State commit from Plymouth, Minnesota, made the trek south and showed her game translates in any region.  She really did a bit of everything in her time in the Dallas Area.  She showed she’s effective off the catch and playing with the ball in motion.  We really appreciated her innate competitiveness in everything she did throughout the weekend. 

 

Rieyan DeSouze

Texas, Class of 2026

POSITION/RANKPG  /  4

HEIGHT5' 6"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

#23

The Queen of Shift was up to her usual tricks, getting defenders off balance and quickly putting them in her rearview mirror.  She is one of the few point guards in any class right now that can beat you with the pass consistently.  Her ability to freeze not only the on-ball defender but also the weakside makes her especially lethal for her team.

 

Yasmeen Schmidt

Texas, Class of 2026

POSITIONG

HEIGHT6' 0"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

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Schmidt is proving to be one of the more reliable 3-point shooters in the class.  With her size, length and fluidity she can get her shot off, seemingly, at will.   The nice evolution in her game is the added strength so she has the ability to make a counter when defenders run her off the line.

 

Gabby Mundy

Texas, Class of 2025

POSITIONG

HEIGHT5' 5"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

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Mundy might not be the tallest or fastest guard in the gym but when you look at impact and production she was in every conversation over the weekend.  Her ball skill and ability to change speeds effortlessly allowed her to navigate any and all challenges.  What was really impressive was how she played through contact and showed she can finish with full extension with either hand.

 

Spirit Sheriff

Texas, Class of 2025

POSITIONPG

HEIGHT5' 6"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

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Sherriff is a player that, as a coach, you just trust on the floor.  Her decision-making and really intentional use of dribble penetration to engage defenders to make reads is impressive.  She plays fast but is never out of control or at the edge of her limits. 

 

Faith Etienne

Texas, Class of 2027

POSITIONW

HEIGHT6' 0"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

Faith Etienne is coming off her freshman high school season and you can already see the type of impact she can make on the floor.  Her combination of length and speed along with a wiliness to mix it up means she’s a versatile, multi-position player on both ends of the floor.  We saw her mix it up defending inside and be disruptive on the perimeter.  Offensively she showed good touch around the rim and a mid-range game in the works as well.

 

Kinsea Logan (Mansfield, Texas), Lake Ridge HS -- 2025

Logan really impressed with her energy and the growth in her confidence from a year ago.  Her fluid athleticism and length were showing up all over the place.  Her quick hands made a lot of passing lanes disappear in an instant.  We came away impressed with her ability to attack off the dribble with both hands and she seems to be shooting the ball with increased confidence here too. 

 

Sadie Sanchez (Amarillo, Texas), Rnadall HS -- 2025

Sanchez is a crafty guard who has an extra gear to go to for speed when she needs it.  She showed she’s a capable creator both on the move in transition as well as in half court settings.  The pressure she puts on the defense keeps them on their heels and she showed this weekend that if you back up she can knock down the long three as well. 

 

Delaney Arredondo

Texas, Class of 2026

POSITIONPG

HEIGHT5' 6"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

Player Videos

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Arrendondo is a problem.  She is an explosive creator who has mastered how to play slow to fast.  Her control of pace is up there with anyone in her class nationally. She’s a shorter guard but we hesitate to say small because of the power she plays with.  She creates good separation and has mastered her step-back so scoring against length isn’t an issue.  Her confidence is contagious and is a part of her leadership package.

 

Finley Parker

Georgia, Class of 2027

POSITIONW

HEIGHT6' 2"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

ELITE
150

This is the second time Parker has travelled to compete against elite talent out of her home state with us.  She’s grown in height and added strength since last summer and it’s showing in her willingness to mix it up inside.  She’s a real threat in the face-up game because she can shoot over the top but has the mobility to attack from the trail, high post or short corner with ease.  For a player just finishing her freshmen year she’s able to play with upperclassmen 

 

Tamiah Harrison

Nevada, Class of 2026

POSITIONG

HEIGHT5' 4"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

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Tamiah Harrison proved to be a stick of dynamite on the floor.  Once her fuse was lit you just wait for her to explode and make a play. Despite being on the smaller side she was a relentless attacker off the dribble.  As her finishing ability grows her impact will take off even more.

 

Arianna Robinson

Texas, Class of 2028

POSITIONW

HEIGHT5' 9"

COMMITTED TO


Undecided

It’s hard to comprehend that Robinson hasn’t played a high school game yet with her play this weekend at camp. Her strength and poise are ahead of her years.  She shot the ball really well, an area she’s clearly put a lot of work into since last summer.  She’s a kid that takes pride playing defense as well.  She was steady throughout the weekend, never letting the highs or lows significantly impact her work.

 

Chris Hansen is managing editor of ProspectsNation.com and serves on the McDonald’s All-American and Naismith Trophy selection committees.  He was a co-founder of and the national director of scouting for ESPN HoopGurlz from 2005 until 2012 and is the director of the Check Me Out Showcase and ELITE is EARNED events.  He can be reached at chris@chrishansenbasketball.com.

 

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