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And a Third 2016 WBB recurit. Nicea Eliely, Rampart HS, Colorado Springs

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Nicea Eliely (2016) a 6'1 guard from Rampart High school in Colorado Springs becomes Nebraska's third commit of the 2016 class joining Mi'cole Cayton and Kathleen Doyle.


<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Congrats to Nicea Eliely for the verbal commit to University of Nebraska-Lincoln to play! <a href="https://twitter.com/coloradopreps">@coloradopreps</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/CSGazetteSports">@CSGazetteSports</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/rampart?src=hash">#rampart</a></p>&mdash; Rockies Basketball (@rockiesbsktbl) <a href="https://twitter.com/rockiesbsktbl/status/640595591517462528">September 6, 2015</a></blockquote>
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http://espn.go.com/high-school/girls-basketball/recruiting/player/_/id/211925/nicea-eliely
 
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Per Blue Star Basketball after AAU tournament in Kansas City this summer.

The AAU Colorado Rockies have lots of options to call upon and 6-1 Nicea Eliely is a good number to call. Long, lean and very athletic, there’s versatility to her game that makes her value top shelf. Even better is the fact that she still appears to evolving making her future as bright as she might want it to be. On the offensive end she’s in constant motion with and without the ball. She can put it on the floor and has a lengthy first step that will challenge defenders big and small. Once she’s in the neighborhood she can get up to finish among the bigs and find a cleaner look at the rim. In transition the guards love her because they know she’s going to get out in the lanes and provide them options. Defensively she’s got the golden combination of length, wingspan and lateral footspeed. Play her anywhere in fullcourt situations and you’re going to get results. It’s not really about what she is right now but what she might become down the road.
 
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