An exciting young player with a wealth of potential, there is no doubt Jamaican defender Latanya Wilson has the makings for a talented future. A rangy player with long limbs and an ability to both hunt and find the loose ball, Wilson consistently sparks her side into action but has a penchant for finding the whistle as she does so. Boasting a likeness to compatriot and now fellow Adelaide Thunderbirds talent Shamera Sterling, Wilson is still developing her court craft and will look to clean up her act defensively, but her ability to create turnover ball is a testament to her vision and impressive take off speed. While Wilson may have caused her fair share of concerns throughout the 2020 Vitality Netball Superleague season - sent off during one match and suspended for the next due to rough conduct - the youngster will be a force to be reckoned with once she has the chance to really develop and clean up her game, and with the aid of Sterling and stellar defenders behind her in Australia in 2021, is sure to provide a bright spark for the T'Birds.
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