St. Louis native Napheesa Collier wins skills competition at McDonald's All American Game

St. Louis native Napheesa Collier wins skills competition at McDonald's All American Game

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St. Louis native Napheesa Collier wins skills competition at McDonald's All American Game

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Napheesa Collier from Incarnate Word in St. Louis won the girls' skills competition at the McDonald's All American Game (Photo: Associated Press)

Napheesa Collier from Incarnate Word in St. Louis won the girls’ skills competition at the McDonald’s All American Game (Photo: Associated Press)

 
CHICAGO — UConn-bound Napheesa Collier, representing Incarnate Word Academy (St. Louis), showed off her versatility by winning the won the POWERADE Jam Fest Skills Competition at the McDonald’s All American Game.
 
In just 33.3 seconds, she finished an obstacle course with challenges for passing, shooting, dribbling and footwork. 
 
 
She beat out Kyra Lambert from Samuel Clemens (Sachse, Texas) and Asia Durr from St. Pius X (Atlanta).
 
Collier is one of three All Americans who is headed to UConn. She will be joined by De’Janae Boykin and Katie Lou Samuelson.
 
Durr, her competitor in the skills competition, set the high mark in the three-point preliminaries with a score of 24. 
 

 

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