Naismith Trophy Watch List II

Naismith Trophy Watch List II
Chloe Spreen


The Naismith Trophy Girls High School Underclass Watch List presented by Jersey Mike’s was announced on Monday, highlighting some of the brightest young stars in the game ahead of the 2021-22 high school season. Here’s a look at the second half of the list members:


Ogden has been out with an injury that required but is still slated to return to action during the 2021-22 season. How much of the season the Stanford commit gets to play will factor heavily into her school team’s success.

Olson has had a banner run the past 12 months playing her way onto this prestigious list in the process. She has the length and skill to put up numbers during the school season.

Peterson really emerged over the summer months as a prospect that should be a major factor on the West Coast this season. Much like Ogden, Peterson’s team will very much go as she does so expect big things from the efficient sophomore this year.

Randolph is at one of the nation’s most prestigious high schools. As a result, she will have an elite level school schedule this season that will give her ample chances to earn even more accolades.

Reynolds is a backcourt leader on a school team capable of winning the state title this year. She’s got the skill and moxie to take the tough shot or make the championship level play late in a big game next spring.

Scott is a scorer’s scorer. In that area, she belongs amongst the nation’s premier players when it comes to getting a bucket. Keep an eye on Scott’s stateliness throughout the season.

Point guard play is always at a premium. College coaches might have to travel to Alaska to see Sayvia Sellers but the trip should be more than worth it. She is a dynamic facilitator. 

In a year that saw Spreen play against the majority of top guards in her class, she showed her versatility time and time again on both ends of the floor. In a Hoosier State that is never lacking for talent, Spreen has emerged as one to watch closely.

Thomas’ combination of size, fluidity and upside land her on the Watch List this season. She is one of the few frontcourt players nationwide with collegiate level length and talent that projects to a high level of play.

Wagner just keeps improving her game. The bar was high for her coming into high school and so far the versatile backcourt prospect has met the challenge. She’s looking to become a consistent threat from the outside as well as on defense this season.

Watson earned her way into the premier sophomore discussion with her consistency in effort. She’s going to be responsible for leading her school team deep into the state playoffs largely through her efforts on the offensive end.

Arguably the most popular prospect in the country regardless of class, Williams lands on this list due to her willingness to back up the publicity through her work. She’s been in the gym working on her 3-pointer and her new school, La Jolla Country Day, will need her to bring that game in and game out.

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