Marquelle Dent

Point Guard

CLASS: 2012



  • Aurora, COHometown
  • Regis Jesuit High School
  • 5-8Height
  • Weight
  • Overall Rank
  • 50Position Rank
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ESPN Player Evaluations

Beast of the East-Dec. 11: Has improved her ball skill some. A legit 4 player now, active. Rebounds and has good size. Lacks range on her face up jumper. (Clay)

Nike TOC-Dec. 10: It was exciting to witness Dent doing damage to opponents at the Nike TOC. The 5-6 junior point guard from Aurora, Colo., demonstrated she has gained the poise necessary to take control of her very talented Regis Jesuit team. Dent was comfortable with pressure when she squared off against Chandler (Chandler, Ariz.), and the fullcourt press that ensued. She was able to control tempo, even when facing a press and traps. This allowed Regis to get the looks it wanted and stick to its game plan. Dent showed decent speed with the ball in her hands. She has a strong body and uses her strength to protect the ball and get into traffic. She was very successful off the baseline dribble penetration, drawing weakside defense and kicking to the open teammate for back door layups. She prefers to put the ball on the floor and go hard to her left, although she had no trouble going to her right as well. Complementing her penetration was a pull-up off the dribble that forced her defender to stay honest. Dent will continue to be a strong leader throughout the 2010-11 campaign. (Howe)

A game after controlling the game against Chandler, Dent struggled against Carondelet. She couldn't covert the pull up jumper that seems to be the hallmark of her scoring ability. She is one of those guards that uses change of pace and her body to create separation as she's not the quickest guard in the gym. Has some top end speed but the quickness is just adequate. She does a good job of staying under control. When her jumper wasn't falling we were waiting to see her impact the offensive end with the pass but against the full court pressure and intensity that Carondelet brings her team was a bit overwhelmed. (Hansen)

Physically strong point guard with some impressive speed. Has a good stroke that should keep defenders honest. (Lewis)


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