Memorial Weekend In the Midwest: 2020

Memorial Weekend In the Midwest: 2020
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SeanKelly Darks of All Ohio EYBL is a riser in the 2020 class at the guard position. *Photo by Kris Watkins.

CINCINNATI – The Midwest Showdown has long been the nation’s premier event on Memorial Day Weekend. This year’s edition was no different. Here’s a look at multiple players who made their presence felt in the Buckeye State this weekend:

Fresh off of a bigtime performance at the PSBPower48, Class of 2020 guard SeanKelly Darks of Cincinnati continues to show and prove. Playing with All-Ohio EYBL Black PSBFamily, Darks has established herself as a premier backcourt option in the class regionally and is on the come up nationally.

Class of 2020 guard Blair Schoenwald of Brentwood, Tennessee, can really let it fly. The left-handed shooter stretches the floor for TeamBWright 2020. It’s only right that she’s taking her talents to Splashville to play for Belmont.

Class of 2020 post Sakima Walker of Columbus, Ohio is a legitimate in the frontcourt for All-Ohio EYBL Black #PSBFamily. Her length and willingness to contest shots puts me in the mind of former All-Ohio star, Alexa Hart.

Class of 2020 wing Giana Hernandez-Boulden of Hamilton, New Jersey, put the country on notice with her play this spring. She’ll look to carry that over to the summer with Books and Basketball Platinum #PSBFamily.

Class of 2020 guard Baylee Adkins of Huntington, West Virginia, has already committed to DePaul. That didn’t stop her from playing a major role here for West Virginia Thunder Johnson ‘20.

Class of 2020 forward Mya Murray of Uniontown, Pennsylvania, is one to keep an eye on. She is a talented option in the frontcourt for Western PA Bruins Cash. 

Class of 2020 guard Jacorriah Bracey of Drew, Mississippi, has a dynamic personality to match her on-floor game. The Ole Miss commit shined for Alabama Southern Starz Bush #PSBFamily.

Class of 2020 forward Madison Henegar of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, looked good in a pre-tournament workout for Team B Wright. She has shown significant growth over the last 12 months in her overall game.

Class of 2020 guard Dakiyah Sanders of Birmingham, Alabama, is a speedster in the backcourt for All-Alabama Roadrunners. She gets downhill in a hurry off the bounce.

Class of 2020 point guard Megan McConnell of Oakdale, Pennsylvania, is the type of general I’d like running a team. She handled pressure while making plays for Western PA Bruins Cash.


Brandon Clay serves as the WNBA Director of Scouting for and owns The International Report, which is picked up by more than 150 colleges and universities nationwide. He serves as the Executive Camp Director for the Elite Basketball Academy Camps. He serves on the Naismith Trophy Men’s / Women’s College Player of the Year Academy and is chairman of the HS Boys / Girls Board of Selectors and is on the McDonald’s All-American Selection Committee. He also is the publisher of

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