McCowan continues to be a true BIG that is garnering national attention. Most impressive is her shot blocking ability, which she take a lot of personal pride in. She has steadily increased her overall body strength and is getting more comfortable with her post-move footwork -- she still has a way to go, but college coaches are drooling at the prospect of what she can become once she gets it down. - Kelly Kline
As a sophomore in 2012-13, she averaged 24.6 points, 11.1 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 2.0 blocks and 1.8 steals per game. Scored a Class A single season record 664 points. Was named the 2012-13 Gatorade Nebraska Girls Basketball Player of the Year
To be very good and assured of playing for a BCS program is one thing – but for Brown, it doesn’t stop there. She is a very gifted player with plenty of upside, and when you find a player this size who can finish with either hand, it’s something special. She’s a lefty and dominates in the paint on both ends, plus her timing on blocking shots is excellent because she understands the advantage of blocking it towards a teammate as opposed to out of bounds. - Simmie Colson
The Duke signee, and recently honored in Sports Illustrated's Faces in the crowd, is very light on her feet for someone of her height and she is also a good passer. For the three games, she averaged just over 14 points per game. Ranked at No. 5 the Full Court Fresh 50, she shows a lot of upside but needs to play more physically at times.
Davis continues to mature in all aspects of her game and is developing more consistency in her shot, both deep and at midrange. She was the Flight’s best player in this event. Coach Tom Insell on Kaela Davis: “If she keeps improving, she will be one of the best in the world someday. She has to keep getting better but has the talent to do so.” - Bob Corwin
Russell is not the next Brittney Griner, but she’s a mobile 6-5 post who doesn’t mind contact. She’s still a little stiff at times, but also looks like she’ll add upper body strength. One reason the women’s game is moving away from post play is because there aren’t that many players like Russell – and her rarity makes her even more valuable. - Clay Kallam