Chicagoland Shootout Standouts

Chicagoland Shootout Standouts
Kendall Moriarity

PALATINE, Illinois – The Chicagoland Showcase has become one of the Midwest’s premier events during the high school season. Here is a look at several prospects who caught our attention during the day.

Kendall Moriarty of Benet Academy has emerged as one of the premier prospects in the 2021 class regionally. Much like her play at PSBSummerInvite last July, Moriarty has a unique way of using her diverse skill set to be effective. 

Lexie Sinclair of Bartlett High School might not look like a traditional bucket getter. But trust me that the Class of 2021 guard can really get it done when it’s crunch time. She knows where and when to make things happen.

Class of 2021 guard Tiana Timpe of Stockton High School has a cool, relaxed vibe to her game. That vibe allowed her to be effective in multiple facets here drawing new interest from several college coaches who had not seen her before.

A highly recruited Class of 2021 prospect, Maty Wilke of Beaver Dam High School made the trip from Wisconsin to show off her game. Wilke’s skill set and ability to make plays was on full display from the opening tip.

Taylor Charles is one of the most talked about Class of 2022 prospects in the region. She plays a major role in the cog of Montini Catholic’s wheel.

Paired up with Sinclair in the Bartlett backcourt, Mackenzie Hare came out with a trigger here. In that way, she’s a sharp shooting gunner who has the proverbial green light.

A Class of 2022 prospect, Tatiana Thomas plays alongside Charles at Montini giving them a true utility option in the frontcourt. Thomas has an old school ruggedness about her game already.

Class of 2023 guard Kate Eidle of Hersey High School put herself of the map with her play here against Bartlett. She’s one to keep an eye on over the next four years.

Brandon Clay serves as the National Director of Scouting for and owns, a boutique scouting service available for purchase by colleges and universities nationwide.


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