That was the descriptive Northside Lady Eagles Head Basketball Coach Casaundra Wilson used to sum up Chelsie Waters.
Waters signed a Letter of Intent to the University of Southern Wesleyan, South Carolina Friday at the school.
“She was a coach on the floor,” Wilson said. “A leader on both the offense and the defense. She always got called to take on another team’s best player. She’s just a super young lady both on and off the floor and in the classroom.”
Waters finished this past year averaging nine points a game – her highest point total 23. She had 82 rebounds, 96 assists and 81 steals.
Southern Wesleyan Head Basketball Coach John Davis said he saw Waters play in the recent All-Star game in Macon but even before that, “I had no shortage of footage,” he said tongue-in-cheek, meaning he had a “bunch”.
He said he felt Waters, who said she plans on majoring in business, could start right away.
“I believe with her work ethic she’ll be able to do it,” he said. “Her defensive ability. Her ability to get down the floor. She’s just a good point guard who can score when we need her to. That adds a whole lot to the team.
“And,” he added, “she’s just a good person that fits in well with our program.”