Anriel Howard, Natalie Butler and Presley Hudson are youngest and sexy basketball player, they are welknown player in the history of Women Basketball, lets see why they are well known
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Anriel Howard who was born on May 6, 1997, in Atlanta, GA. She is the daughter of Che’ Bledsoe. And she has two brothers named Chance & Brody. Anriel completed her graduation in Telecommunications Media Studies from Texas A&M in August 2018. Her height is 5 ft. 11 inches, and weight is 176 pounds. At her young age, she performed very well. Below I’ll mention some of the best performance highlights from her high school to till now.
High school highlight
In 2015, she was rated in the 16th position in the best wing players by ESPN (Entertainment and Sports Programming Network). She was selected as First Team All-Georgia three times, where she scored more than 2000 and collected over 1,000 rebounds at Westlake High School. She was also chosen as All-Metro Atlanta two times by the Atlanta Tip-Off Club. Anriel Howard also played AAU (Amateur Athletic Union) basketball for the Douglasville Lady Tigers. Anriel also won the 6A state title in the triple jump in her high school career.
Anriel qualified for the SEC Championship and finished at 14th positions. She also completed the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) tournament at 38th positions. She created an NCAA tournament record in 27 rebounds against Missouri State in the single game.
In this season, she became the first Texas A&M player to average a double-double since Lisa Jordon in 1988-89. In this whole season, 13 games are recorded as double-doubles, 18 games for double-figure scoring, and 23 games for double-digit rebounds. And at the end of this season, she ranked 22nd nationally and 3rd in the SEC.
In this season, 22 games are recorded for double-digit scoring. This year she is settled for the SEC Community Service Team. And she ends this season by holding 7th ranked nationally and 2nd in the SEC.
This year she records a double-double with 14 rebounds and 21 points against Clemson and makes career’s high nine free throws. This season she played for First Team All-SEC, SEC All-Tournament Team, and AP All-American Honorable Mention. Anriel Howard ended this year by holding 2nd position in the SEC.
We also found some interesting facts about her personal life. Anriel mentioned some of her favorite things. These are-
- Role model: Her mother.
- Favorite professional basketball team: Los Angeles Sparks.
- Favorite professional Athlete: Allyson Felix.
- Favorite Texas A&M Tradition: “Howdy”
- Favorite Snack: Nutella & Pretzels.
- Favorite TV Show: Real Housewives of Atlanta.
- Spirit Animal: Bull.
Natalie Butler is the youngest basketball player who is currently playing for Namur (BEL) club. She was born on 16 June, 1995 in Fairfax Station, Virginia. Her father is Vernon Butler. Her height is 6 ft. 5 inches or 196 cm. She is now playing as a Freshman in the center position. We didn't find much about her personal life, but there is enough information about her career. Below I'll try to uphold some of her career's best achievements.
At Lake Braddock High School, Natalie was an All-State player. She was named the school's Sportswoman for scoring more than 1,000 points in single-season scoring average, career blocks, and career rebounds. She was recognized as a McDonald's All-American nominee, a Virginia All-State All-Star, Northern Region player of the year, Fairfax County Sportswoman of the year, and the Patriot District player of the year. She also earned the place on the All-Next Sports Phenom Team, the Patriot District All-Tournament Team, and the All-SEN Team.
At Georgetown University, Natalie Butler immediately stepped into the starting role in the center position as she was a standout freshman. After averaging 13.4 RPG, and 13.9 PPG, Butler earned a threesome of postseason accolades from the Big East Conference. She also received All-Big East Second Team, Big East Freshman of the Year and All-Big East Freshman Team honors.
Butler was transferred from Georgetown to Storrs, and this season was a redshirt for her.
At the starting of this season, she was unable to play because of her thumb injury, and she didn't play until 30 December. After that, she played several games and scored very well. And in the NCAA Tournament games (regional semifinal), her team won against Mississippi State and earned eight rebounds and six points while playing semifinal.
This season Butler played many tournaments and finished them with excellent points and rebounds. It was her career's best season till now.
This season she earned All-America Honorable Mention honors from Associated Press and broke her records of the score and created many new records.
That's all I know about her professional career, and if I find any other information about her personal or professional life, I'll update them as soon as possible.
Presley Hudson is an American basketball player who was born on 31st December 1997 in Wayland, Michigan. She is a very young basketball player in the U.S. and her young age she has done very well. Her height is 5 ft. 6 inches. From the high school till now, we have found some of her best performances, and below I'll mention all the seasons from her high school to 2019. And currently, she is playing for the guard position.
High school (2013-14)
In the 2013-14 season, Presley earned BCAM Academic All-State honoree. She received the AP Honorable Mention All-State recognition two times, three times All Allegan County First Team selection, and two times OK Gold All-Conference First Team honoree. Presley also earned Advanced News South Honorable Mention honors and OK Gold All-Conference Honorable Mention as a freshman.
Presley Hudson was named MAC Freshman of the Year and was selected for the Second Team All-MAC All-Freshman team this season. She ranked the first position in the MAC in free throw and ranked 4th position in the record book for making triples in a single season. After the 1st two games of her collegiate career, she named College Madness National Player of the Week and MAC West Player of the Week.
Presley Hudson ended this season holding the 4th position nationally and the first position in the MAC with a 92.6 free-throw percentage and made a record for a single season program. Tied in the CMU season with 156 assists. She also made a record with a career's highest point of 43 against Ball State. In McGuirk Arena's history, her 43 points ranked in the third position. She also ranked 7th in the CMU record book for career triples. In this season, she is selected three times as the MAC West Player of the week.
In this season, she was selected for the First Team All-MAC and earned All-MAC Academic honors. This season she breaks previous records and made new records.
This season she won two tournaments, the NCAA statistical championship and the State Farm College Slam Three-Point Contest in Minneapolis. She was selected for the third time in the First Team All-MAC and Academic All-MAC and named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District team. Earned a Nancy Lieberman Award for being a finalist. In this season, she broke the Mid-American Conference career three-point record and Cassie Breen's career 3-pointers record.
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