JACOBI LYNN from Tellico Plains, TN ( McMinn County H.S. ) is a 5’8″ Combo Guard that is my kind of BALLA…. and not because she is a Lefty .
This young lady is a Tough minded, Physically Tough, Compete all day, Old School “Guard” (play both on & off ball ) type that scores all over the floor AND both ends.. She is a legit 3pt shooting threat that also has a proficient Post Up game for a Guard and consistently bangs down Mid Range pull ups as well. She defends and Rebounds with appetite and determination all game and brings an overall No nonsense / “here to Win ” demeanor .
As a former D1 Assistant and coach who has been a part of Championship seasons… give me this type of Guard / Balla every year ! Put her in your backcourt in either spot, and watch her keep improving… see her get buckets , make Winning plays & COMPETE everyday.
Jacobi is also just as impressive as a student with a 3.9 GPA
She ran with the Nike sponsored EYBL member TN Flight (Navy ) program this past AAU season, competing against Elite level competition.
Jacobi has a plethora of Division 1 schools involved… but is still “Open”
JacobiLynn checks out of the game with 1:54 left. She led McMinn Central with 22. One of the top guards in the state has had a great year.
Jacobi Lynn propels McMinn Central past Grainger in state quarterfinals
McMinn Central is marching on to the Class AA semifinals.
@Jay_Kobileads the way with 33 points in 70-58 win over Grainger.
@Jay_Kobi Was on Fire Today,with 33 Pts, 6 3-Pt’s, 5/5 FT’s, 7 Stls, 4 Reb, 1 Ast. She was 11/23 FG,6/14 on 3-Pt.’s, 32 Mins
Battle-in-the’boro-July 2016: Agile left-handed combo-guard with a scorer’s mentality; mid-range pullup game complemented by range at the arc; crafty defender, cerebral, competes on both ends of the floor, leadership qualities. – Dan Olson ( espnW )
@Jay_Kobi Lynn was quite impressive for Flight Navy 17’s commanded the floor extremely well. Balanced skill set and very good facilitator.
Brother’s tragic death inspires McMinn Central basketball player Jacobi Lynn
Congratulations to Jacobi Lynn on being named a finalist for Tennessee Miss Basketball in Double A