Player: Senali Moss
Class: 2022
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School: South Meck

This season, we have had a chance to watch some terrific talent on the girls’ side of things in North Carolina.  Recently at the Holiday Classic and a few weeks later, we have had a chance to watch South Meck in action, as the Sabres are off to a great 11-2 start this season. 

One of the clear leaders for this team has been 2022 Senali Moss, who continues to post an impressive high school career but is still going a little under the radar.  This season, she is posting averages of 19.3ppg, 5.5rpg, 3.9apg, and 6.5spg, which isn’t far off her career averages at South Meck (15.2ppg, 5.2rpg, 3.5apg, and 4.6spg).

Moss works incredibly hard on her game, putting in the work, and developing her skill set.  She does a terrific job in creating for herself, showing how she can get into the paint, score around defenders, but also showcases her unselfishness in finding her teammates as well.  Moss brings a nice two-way presence, getting in the passing lanes and allowing her defense to turn into offense, scoring well out in transition.  Right now, she holds a few offers from schools like Converse, Columbia International, and Columbus, but she has consistently shown that she is a reliable threat on the court.  Coaches, don’t miss out on a terrific talent in the Charlotte area.

Coach’s Take:

“Senali is a Phenomenal athlete with incredible knowledge of the game. Her high IQ and high motor enable her to lead her team. She’s a leader and an extension of the coach’s voice on the court. She can make an immediate impact on any team due to her ability to play positions 1-3.” – Coach Christie Mitchell

What Has Been Said by Phenom Hoops:

“2022 Senali Moss (South Meck) is an unsigned senior that college coaches need to take a look at.  When we watched her at the Holiday Classic, she went off for 37 points.  Though her shots weren’t falling in this game, she still was able to get out in transition, create well off the dribble, and get to the basket on her way to 19 points.  But you also have to love her unselfish play and vision on the floor; a true leader on the court.”

“It was our first viewing of the senior guard and was impressed with what we saw, especially with how tough she played.  She is a shifty guard with the ball in her hands, showing the ability to create opportunities for herself and get into the defense. Also loved her activity level on the defensive end, just always seemingly getting her hands on loose balls and creating multiple steals.”

“The North Meck Lady Vikings Invitational’s championship game MVP, Senali displayed her scoring arsenal on a consistent basis from the very first day of the tournament. Moss is an assertive scorer from all 3 levels that knows how to operate within the flow of her disciplined South Meck offense. Moss will undoubtedly have a noteworthy season, playing on a team that looks to compete toward a state championship.”