Gabby Green

Gabby Green

Wing

CLASS: 2014

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SCOUTS GRADE

  • Oakland, CAHometown
  • Saint Mary's College High School
  • 6-1Height
  • 148 lbsWeight
  • 12Overall Rank
  • 4Position Rank
Also Considered

ESPN Player Evaluations

Nike Tournament of Champions-December 2013: Strong and agile small forward with size to finish in the paint consistently, active on the glass; handles and attacks on perimeter; among the most versatile prospects in the 2014 class. (Olson)

Boo Williams-April 2013: Did not play due to injury. (Olson)

Nike Nationals-July 2012: Versatile small forward with college ready frame stretches the defense with range at the arc; efficient on glass, consistent interior finisher; makes plays on both ends of the floor, defends out of area. (Olson)

USA U16 Trials-May 11: A slow start but a strong finish for Green. About half way through the trials she seemed to relax and just play. She did some good things both at the point and off the ball. When she's being aggressive and attacking her length and quickness really stand out. In a 2014 class that looks to be loaded with players from the Golden State, Green may be the crown jewel of that group. (Hansen)

There's not much to not like about this lengthy combo guard. The combination of explosive athleticism as well as legitimate 6-0 size isn't the key by itself. You add in some strong ballhandling skills as well as some impressive court intelligence and you've got a versatile backcourt threat. Playing both the point and off guard she can handle it in transition as well as create in the halfcout. She accelerates well with the ball in her hands and sees the floor effectively while doing so. She had some inconsistent moments scoring from the perimeter but was a solid threat on penetration and finished high on top of an eye catching vertical. Defensively she can lock up almost any perimeter threat and is dream on top of a press or zone trap. There may not have been a player anticipating and seeing the floor from the weakside in the trials. (Lewis)

Her size and length as a point guard give her advantage against most defenders. Her outside shot is becoming more consistent (Bodine)

WCP Spring-May 11: Ultra talented wing player. Can play inside or outside. Long limbs, will put it on the floor to attack. Finds ways to get into the lane to score. Innate ability to get baskets. (Clay)

Boo Williams-April 11: Continues to mature on the court as she learns how to play against phyiscal defenders. The skill set is there and she wiil begin to fill out as she gets older. (Bodine)

Nor Cal Fall-Oct. 10: Extremely talent, great size and skill combination. A player that can handle the ball in traffic at 6-1 and makes good decisions. (Bodine)

Notes

A 2014 McDonald's All-American

Green was one of three players from the class of 2014 selected to the USA Basketball U19 world championship team.

Club Team: Cal Storm Team Taurasi

ESPN HoopGurlz Tip Sheet Mentions:
%u2022 Boo Williams Nike Invitational--April 2011