• School St.Elizabeth HS
  • Height 5'8
  • Weight 148
  • AAU Team ATE Aylssa Thomas Elite Delaware
  • Hometown claymont, DE
  • Grad 2020


  • State Ranking 1
  • National Ranking 2
  • Overall Ranking 18

Profile Report

Basic Details

  • Team TM5
  • # 65
  • POS 1; 2
  • HS Coach Name Danoney
  • AAU Coach Name Jordan Elgart
  • AAU Team Name ATE Aylssa Thomas Elite Delaware
  • Country United States
  • Final Evaluation Julie McCarron, of claymont (DE) St.Elizabeth HS, is a 5'8 148lb 2020 prospect from our Fall 2018 NY camp. College coaches on camp staff identified Julie as having division 1 potential. Julie has a disruptive wingspan that gives the player the potential to be a lock down defender and can be even more effective with active hands/feet. Additionally, the prospect appears to have great positional size when used properly remains very advantageous on both sides of the ball. The very talented passer does a fantastic job distributing and seeing the floor. The player is always anticipating when and where teammates will be open, a highly coveted trait in the team sport. In terms of ball handling, it was one of the strongest aspects of the player's game. The player makes great use of change of speed and change of direction. Basketball IQ was one of the player's greatest strengths routinely making the right play at the right time. There was a great emphasis on making the right play, which will be a big advantage in recruiting and separating from others. A big part of IQ is shot selection. Julie does a great job of understanding when there is enough time and space to shoot the ball and will continue to develop this knowledge by watching how this is done at various college levels. Making the extra pass and taking only open in-rhythm shots proved to be a reliable asset for the prospect. The prospect showed they were an extremely reliable shooter throughout camp. Shooting will continue to develop with form shooting and made game speed repetitions. We recommend making at least 500 game speed shots a day off the screen(curl/fades), off the bounce, spot shooting, etc. The talent did a tremendous job of finishing around the rim through various moves. The prospect showed great ability with both hands and has the potential to finish on any defense. The talented player has very good athletic ability for size and age. ScoutsFocus would like to see continued development in speed/agility and vertical development. Jump rope drills are great full body conditioning drill we highly recommend if not ready for a rigorous weight-training program. The prospect is very strong for their age. The college game is an entirely different beast so continued strength development is crucial to prepare going against 23-24 year-olds. Combined with the player's solid frame that should to continue to build year around, the player will be physically ready to play at the next level. The talent had an impressive motor (highly coveted skill by college coaches) that we believe will translate well at the next level. College coaches will be impressed watching the talented prospects motor and from what we saw, the player had a physical and mental toughness that coaches at the next level will love. The player showed they were one of the best defenders both individually and team wise and should focus on their ability to be a stopper this upcoming season as college coaches will love this trait and will help them earn more minutes. Julie has division 1 potential with continued hard work and development both in the classroom and on the hardwood. Can play the 1; 2. AAU Team: ATE Aylssa Thomas Elite Delaware.

Event Attended

  • Event Date Oct. 6-7, 2018
  • Event Location NY