Team 5

Coach: Boone 

#0: 5'2 '25 Trinity Turnage (Chesterfield)

Starting things off, we look at a player that contributed very well despite being one of the youngest campers on this team, Trinity Turnage. She's an unselfish, high-motor guard prospect with a nice penetration sense and the ability to create for herself or others off the bounce. Turnage moves well without the ball and already displays the makings of a rugged defender. Next in her development process is working to become a more consistent perimeter shooter, as it would make her a more lethal offensive threat. Coach Boone on Turnage: 'Trinity is very coachable and understands how to make adjustments. She looks to attack the basket and consistently surveys for her open teammates. She has the potential to be a lockdown defender, especially as an eighth-grader. Trinity finishes well around the basket but can continue to work on her decision-making as a shooter and using screens and recognizing the screen sooner.' Turnage enjoyed a quality showing at camp, especially for her age, and should be a prospect to watch going forward. 

#1: 5'2 '25 Camille Kerridge (Fort Mill)

Next, we look at a player with a fairly advanced skillset and approach, particularly at this stage in her development, Camille Kerridge. She's a smart, unselfish, well-rounded guard prospect with excellent ball-handling skills and three-level scoring chops. Kerridge is an effortless creator with the necessary ability to create and convert from all over the floor. Next in her development process is working on her awareness as an off-ball defender, as it would allow her to intercept passing lanes and push the break in transition. Coach Boone on Kerridge: 'Camille will attack the basket and slashes well without the ball. She finishes around the rim consistently and displays a nice shot from midrange and beyond the arc. Camille displays court vision and makes good decisions, both in transition and the half-court setting. She is very coachable and knocks down free throws at a quality clip.' Kerridge was quite impressive on both sides of the ball and will certainly be a prospect to monitor over the coming years. 

#2: 5'3 '24 Jessica Bumpers (Rock Hill)

Moving onto a player that showcased a nice crossroads between productivity and long-term upside, Jessica Bumpers. She's an unselfish, team-first guard prospect with a quality motor and the ability to assert herself as a shooting threat from midrange or beyond the arc. Bumpers is capable of making an impact with or without the ball in her hands. Next in her development process is working on the use of her off-hand, as it would make her a more consistent finisher around the basket. Coach Boone on Bumpers: 'Jessica looks to attack the basket and knows how to make adjustments. She looks to shoot and has the potential to develop into a lockdown defender. She displays active hands defensively at the point of attack. Jessica can continue to work on body control, particularly through using jump-stops and change of speed, and her off-ball awareness as a defender.' Bumpers did a lot of things well during her time at camp and should be able to emerge as a contributor sooner than later for her high school team. 

#4: 5'5 '23 Jada Anderson (York)

Continuing onto a player that was able to do a quality amount of everything on the court, Jada Anderson. She's a smart, well-rounded guard prospect with a strong three-level scoring arsenal and the ability to outwork her assignment defensively. Anderson handles the ball with poise and shows a willingness to set up others whenever possible. Next in her development process is working to get stronger, as it would make her an even better finisher through contact. Coach Boone on Anderson: 'Jada looks to shoot and can knock down the three-pointer. She's very coachable and knows how to make adjustments. She looks to attack the basket and knocks down free-throws at a quality percentage. Jada is a solid defender with active hands. She can work on her shooting presence, knowing when to shoot versus when to defer.' Anderson proved to be a definite asset during her time at camp and should be an impact player for her high school team throughout the upcoming season. 

#5: 5'6 '21 Shaniya Jackson (Darlington)

Next, we look at a player that offered nice leadership by example on either side of the ball, Shaniya Jackson. She's a long, unselfish, high-motor guard prospect with nice IQ and the ability to touch the paint whenever she desires. Jackson is a solid shooter but at her best when getting downhill and finishing with poise around the basket. She defends well and understands how to effectively move without the ball as a cutter. Next in her development process is working to become a sharper passer, as it would make her even tougher to contain. Coach Boone on Jackson: 'Shaniya looks to attack the basket. She's a great rebounder with active hands defensively. She's strong around the basket and will adjust well with changes. Shaniya is very coachable and works hard on both ends of the floor.' Jackson made a quality impact at camp and has all the tools to enjoy a productive senior season for her high school team. 

#6: 5'7 '22 Marissa Sorvillo (Charlotte)

Moving onto a player that showcased her ability to impact all facets of the game, Marissa Sorvillo. She's a long, wiry, well-rounded guard prospect with no glaring weaknesses within her skillset or approach. Sorvillo is an excellent defender with sharp anticipation, three-level scoring chops, and great instincts as an off-ball cutter. Next in her development process is working on getting quicker, as it would make her even tougher for opponents to contain. Coach Boone on Sorvillo: 'Marissa looks to attack the basket but also has the makings of a nice midrange shot. She is vocal on defense and displays active hands on that end of the floor. Marissa is a strong rebounder for her position and possesses great decision-making, knowing when to drive versus when to shoot.' Sorvillo made her presence felt in a variety of different ways at camp and should be able to carve out a productive role for her high school team during the upcoming season. 

#7: 5'9 '21 Hailey Crowley (York)

Continuing onto a player that was willing and able to make her presence felt in a variety of different roles, Hailey Crowley. She's an unselfish, high-motor forward prospect with a pretty well-rounded skillset and approach to the game. Crowley is great at moving without the ball and secures rebounds at a strong rate on both ends of the floor. She also makes a strong impact defensively and forces turnovers whenever possible. Next in her development process is working on the use of her off-hand, as it would make her a more complete player. Coach Boone on Crowley: 'Hailey will attack the basket and shoot the midrange jumper. She's a solid defender with active hands and a high motor. She's a strong rebounder. Hailey also stands out as a great decision-maker and knocks down free-throws with consistency.' Crowley did a lot of things well during her time at camp and should be poised for a fairly productive senior campaign for her high school team. 

#8: 5'10 '22 Kayla Anthony-Durham (Rock Hill)

Finishing up, we look at a player that operated quite effectively as the main interior presence for this team, Kayla Anthony-Durham. She's a strong, physical forward/post prospect with great size and a pretty steady approach on either end of the floor. Anthony-Durham is a solid rebounder and quality passer with an understanding of how to effectively operate without the ball. She's a nice perimeter shooter with excellent communication skills. Next in her development process is working on the use of her off-hand, as it would make her an even better finisher around the basket. Coach Boone on Anthony-Durham: 'Kayla is very coachable and offers a great vocal presence on defense. She looks to rebound and will shoot the midrange or three-point jumper. Kayla plays hard and will attack the basket if needed.' Anthony-Durham enjoyed a quality showing at camp and has the necessary tools to emerge as an impact player during the upcoming season for her high school team. 

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