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The Atlanta Tipoff Club Announces Naismith High School Watch List


ATLANTA (Dec. 16, 2013)
 
The top 10 boys and girls playing high school basketball throughout the country have been named to the Naismith Trophy High School Player of the Year watch lists, the Atlanta Tipoff Club announced today.  






Naismith Trophy Early-Season Watch List – Top 10 Girls

Full Name

High School

Year

Position

Hometown

Committed

Ariel Atkins

Duncanville

Sr.

G

Duncanville, Texas

Texas

Jordin Canada

Windward

Sr.

PG

Los Angeles, California

UCLA

Asia Durr

St. Pius

Jr.

PG

Douglasville, Georgia

Undeclared

Courtney Ekmark

Sr.

G

Phoenix, Arizona

UConn

Gabby Green

St. Mary's (Albany, CA)

Sr.

W

Oakland, California

California

Kelsey Mitchell

Princeton

Sr.

PG

Cincinnati, Ohio

Ohio State

Katie Lou Samuelson

Mater Dei

Jr.

W

Huntington Beach, California

Undeclared

Brianna Turner

Manvel

Sr.

F

Pearland, Texas

Notre Dame

Jatarie White

Providence Day

Sr.

P

Charlotte, North Carolina

South Carolina

A'ja Wilson

Heathwood Hall Episcopal

Sr.

F

Hopkins, South Carolina

Undeclared

           


Naismith Trophy Early-Season Watch List –  Top 10 Boys

Full Name

High School

Year

Position

Hometown

Committed

Cliff Alexander

Curie

Sr.

PF

Chicago, Illinois

Kansas

Justin Jackson

HCYA

Sr.

SF

Tomball, Texas

UNC

Stanley Johnson

Mater Dei

Sr.

SF

Fullerton, California

Arizona

Tyus Jones

Apple Valley

Sr.

PG

Apple Valley, Minnesota

Duke

Kevon Looney

Hamilton

Sr.

PF

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

UCLA

Trey Lyles

Arsenal Tech

Sr.

PF

Indianapolis, Indiana

Kentucky

Emmanuel Mudiay

Prime Prep Academy

Sr.

PG

Dallas, Texas

SMU

Jahlil Okafor

Whitney Young

Sr.

C

Chicago, Illinois

Duke

Kelly Oubre

Findlay Prep (Henderson, NV)

Sr.

SF

Richmond, Texas

Kansas

Myles Turner

Trinity

Sr.

C

Bedford, Texas

Undeclared




ABOUT THE ATLANTA TIPOFF CLUB 
The Atlanta Tipoff Club, an Atlanta Sports Council property, is committed to promoting the game of basketball and recognizing the outstanding accomplishments of those who make the game so exciting. The Atlanta Tipoff Club, founded during the 1956-57 season, has presented the Naismith Trophy every year since UCLA’s Lew Alcindor first won the award in 1969.  Old Dominion’s Anne Donovan won the inaugural Women’s Naismith Trophy in 1983.


The Naismith Trophy has become the most prestigious award in all of college basketball, recognizing the Men’s and Women’s College Basketball Player of the Year, Men’s and Women’s College Basketball Coach of the Year, as well as awards for outstanding achievement in high school basketball, officiating, and contribution to the game.

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Eric Oberman

Atlanta Tipoff Club
(404) 586-8506
eoberman@macoc.com



 
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