Four Miami Suns have been named to ESPN HoopGurlz Top 100 List for 2013.
After missing the summer of 2011, Raiygne Moncrief of Lauderhill, Fla., wasted little time making 2012 hers. The 5-foot-10 guard’s summer with the Miami Suns moved her from the likes of the unranked to the top 20 at No. 18 overall and the No. 6 shooting guard in the class. Moncrief is considering Miami, Florida, NC State, South Carolina, Duke and Oklahoma.
Team USA’s and Suns star center Kai James was ranked at No. 22 overall. The Dwyer high school standout is considering offers from UF, FSU, Oklahoma, UGA and Clemson.
Brittany Brown, the 5-8 Guard with exceptional talent was ranked at No. 85. Brown, a verbal commit to FSU. The Suns guard from Ft. Walton Beach, Florida is an explosive scoring threat that college programs love. At 5-foot-8 she has a solid build that is capable of taking a bump and still getting to her spot. Brown is good with the basketball in her hands and likes to use the dribble to create her own shot opportunities on the perimeter.
Another Suns Gaurd, Brittany Dinkins, was ranked at No. 91 on the top 100 list. Hailing out of girls basketball powerhouse, Norland High School, in Miami, FL, Dinkins is a winner and knows how to play the game of basketball the right way. Brittany has exceptional ball handling skills and is ranked 20th amongst point guards in the 2013 class. Dinkins is considering USF, Georgetown, Seton Hall and Southern Miss.