Player: Azaria Scott
Class: 2025
School: Greensboro Day

Checking in early for a game, Lady Phenom was in Greensboro to check in on the Lady Bengals, as they were able to win convincingly 64-11 vs. Grace Christian. It was a dominant showing from the team overall, but one player that captured my eyes was 2025 Azaria Scott, a guard that made an impact all over the court.

When you watch her game, it matches exactly what we saw earlier in the year at the Lady Top 80; she is a tough, scrappy, unselfish guard who was able to make a difference both offensively and defensively. Time after time, she was able to create havoc against opponents, get into the passing lanes, and create turnovers that allowed her to quickly turn into offense. If she wasn’t out in transition, Scott did a great job running the show, reading the floor and finding her teammates, and creating well off the bounce.

Scott simply had her hands in everything when we watched, as she should be a prospect to continue watching the rest of the season.

Lady Phenom Top 80 Evaluation:

“She’s a tough, scrappy, unselfish guard prospect with a high motor and an understanding of how to make plays within the flow of the action. Scott does a great job of touching the paint and finishing or setting up others, but can also knock down jumpers at a respectable clip. She provides an active defensive presence and forces turnovers at the point of attack. Coach Butts on Scott: “Azaria can attack the rim and finish over opposing bigs. She’s a good defender and hustle player that will rebound and communicate with others. She’s a good leader among her teammates but sometimes has tunnel vision and can continue to improve as a shooter.”

What Was Said:

“Liked what I saw out of the guard leading the charge. She was strong with her ability to create and get the offense set up, she made high IQ decisions, saw the floor well and found her teammates, and was a strong presence defensively. On several occasions, she was able to allow her defense to turn into offense. Crafty guard helping lead the way for the Bengals.”