Re: How good is Pepe?

[ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ SoCalHoops Womens Forum ] [ FAQ ]

Posted by USC on December 15, 2018 at 11:59:16:

In Reply to: Re: How good is Pepe? posted by Very Good on December 15, 2018 at 11:28:10:

: : : : : : : : Lots of talk about her transfer being a huge blow to MD but is she a six foot guard, an undersized 4 or both. Will her skills translate at the next level, as she has offers from almost all the Pac schools.

: : : : : : : The answer is "very good". When she got hurt in their semifinal against Windward they were in the game; it went downhill rather fast after that.

: : : : : : What is her game like? She's something of a widebody but she moves very quickly and efficiently and she's very tall and also plays inside.

: : : : : Has the ability to play guard and be productive in the post. I think she is the best sophomore (she is not a hold back) in California and top 5 in any class. BM was a good move for her as she will be able to showcase her full game under Quinn.

: : : : So why did she leave MD if she's that good?

: : : Not a good fit Iím assuming. Making sure she gets the most out of her high school experience in the class and on the court. Itís better to leave too early as opposed to leaving too late.

: : True, it's never to late to leave a toxic situation but leaving early is always better.

: First time I saw her play was on Cal Sparks 15U team as a sixth grader and she did really well for age. Again at the USC basketball camp a year later and she got the MVP for middle schoolers along with Ayana Clark for HS. That same summer she received a scholarship offer to USC.

Both Pepe and Paopao have offers from the Trojans. If they land these two in consecutive classes combined with their excellent 2019 class, they might really leave UCLA in the dust and keep USC the top Southland program for a long time to come.

Follow Ups:

Post a Followup




Optional Link URL:
Link Title:
Optional Image URL:

[ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ SoCalHoops Womens Forum ] [ FAQ ]