#42 5’9″ 2021 Alyssa Bethea
Westover High School (Fayetteville, NC)

Bethea made her mark by making all of the hustle plays. Defensively you could find her defending the post during one rotation then defending the point guard the next rotation. She has great length and is a good athlete, but it was her motor and willingness to make winning plays that most effected each game she played.


#25 5’7″ 2019 Kendal Moore
Pine Forest High School (Fayetteville, NC)
NC State Commit

Moore showcased the entire arsenal today, with a tight handle and deft touch from deep range. She showcased the ability to go seamlessly from set up mode to scoring mode. Moore did a great job of playing patiently in the half court, getting everyone involved. But she also attacked and finished when her team needed a bucket. Moore was awarded the Ms. 150 Award as camp’s MVP.


#17 5’6″ 2019 Jaia Wilson
Erwin High School (Hendersonville, NC)

From the camp’s opening tip, Wilson employed her will on the game. From the start she was a terror defensively, using quick hands and natural anticipation. She would pick up her matchup for the length of the floor, and often times disrupted or outright stole the ball. Offensively she was aggressive with the ball in her hands. She touched the paint often and was able to finish well around the basket. Wilson was awarded Ms. Defense Award.


#52 5’11” 2021 Ashara Hayes
Jack Britt High School (Fayetteville, NC)

Hayes proved to be quite the prospect, with great size to go with ball skills and touch. Routinely she would snatch the rebound and push the break, with great control and court vision. Hayes showed touch, finishing from 18 feet and in. She also created in the half court set, with inside-out dribbles, cross overs and euro steps in the paint. There is a lot to like here, a lot of tools to grow with. Hayes was awarded the Ms. Hustle Award for her camp showing.


#26 5’7″ 2019 Spencer Britton
North Gaston High School (Dallas, NC)

Britton took complete command of the team the second she walked onto the floor. The lefty was the epitome of toughness, a vocal leader with her team, she handled the ball well and showcased the vision to make her team better. When called upon to score, she showcased touch from beyond the arc as well as the ability to pull up in the mid range. Britton was awarded the Ms. Playmaker award for her camp performance.