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Mya Alston A Talent College Programs Can’t Ignore

Mya Alston, a 6 ft tall phenom from Mustang High School in Mustang, Oklahoma, is a name that will be on every scout’s radar. 

A member of Grind Prep’s 16U AAU team, Mya boasts a 3.75 GPA, highlighting her dedication both on and off the court. 

Her game is a blend of size, skill, and athleticism, making her a formidable player in every aspect.

Mya’s offensive arsenal is vast. 

She can shoot from anywhere on the floor with a high degree of accuracy, and her mid-range game is nearly automatic. 

Her ball-handling skills are impressive, allowing her to navigate through defenses effortlessly. 

Mya’s ability to drive to the basket and finish strong, even through contact, showcases her fearless nature and clutch performance under pressure. 

She’s not just a scorer; she’s a playmaker who can control the tempo, distribute the ball, and ensure a smooth offensive flow.

Defensively, Mya is a rock!!!! 

She locks down her opponents, provides stability, and exhibits excellent court vision, making her a leader on the floor. 

Her composure under pressure, coachability, and strong academic performance make her an ideal candidate for any college program. 

Mya Alston is the type of player you build a program around—one who gets better every day and has a limitless future.

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