5’9 2024 Azahreya Drayton-Gill (Smith)

Given everything she’s shown over the years, it should come as no surprise to see Drayton-Gill continuing to stand out as a productive leader for this group. She’s a smart, versatile wing/forward prospect with the motor, toughness, and well-rounded skillset to dominate a game. Drayton-Gill is a terrific rebounder for her size/position and is very comfortable pushing the break in transition. She makes quality decisions as a playmaker, but also asserts herself well as a scorer and actively mixes it up from all levels. Drayton-Gill also effectively defends multiple positions.

5’11 2025 Amani Williams (Smith)

It always feels like the Golden Eagles have a notable post prospect on deck, and Williams certainly fits that bill. She possesses an excellent combination of length, mobility, and polish as an offensive threat. Williams is a reliable finisher and capable midrange shooter who does a great job of securing rebounds, altering shots, and applying scoring pressure within the flow of the action. She utilizes her body really well to secure position around the basket. Williams does a lot of things well as a two-way interior piece and should be a target for various types of programs going forward.  

5’6 2024 Gracious Wise (Reidsville)

Despite some struggles as a team, Wise displayed some intriguing flashes. She’s a tough, quick lead guard with a crafty nature and the ability to control the action for this group. Wise utilizes her blinding first step to consistently break down opponents and touch the paint—where she’s able to finish or convert floaters/runners. She also knocked down multiple jumpers and set up others while regularly making her presence felt defensively.

5’9 2029 Jayden Woodland (NC GBB Varsity)

Though she’s the youngest girl listed, Woodland has legitimately all the qualities of an incredibly special player. Her combination of IQ, size, and skillset is extremely advanced. If she were a senior, she would still be far beyond most of her peers. Instead, we are talking about a seventh-grader who looks likely to be a highly regarded prospect sooner than later. Woodland displayed a complete skillset with the ability to comfortably dictate the offense as a creator (both for herself and others) and apply efficient scoring pressure from all levels. She’s a great defender, playmaker, and rebounder. Woodland truly displayed no weaknesses.

5’9 2028 Dariyah Harris (NC GBB Varsity)

There were a lot of shooters on display, but Harris was undeniably the most impressive. Although she’s only in eighth-grade, Harris is already an exceptional player. She’s long, smart, and possesses a great frame for her age. Harris is an absolutely knockdown shooter off the catch and bounce, and should truly never be left open for a split second. She displayed deep range and the understanding of how her gravity opens up the rest of the floor. Harris does a great job of attacking closeouts, hitting midrange jumpers, and making the extra pass whenever available. She’s also a great defender with sharp instincts. Harris has the makings of a noteworthy player.

6’3 2024 Khloe Miller (NC GBB)

Although she’s already committed to ECU, we’d be remised if we didn’t acknowledge Miller’s notable showing at the event. Her combination of size, motor, and athleticism caused a nonstop flow of problems for opponents. She’s a capable shooter and useful threat off the bounce, but was arguably at her best when battling around the basket. Miller utilizes her length very well to finish, secure rebounds, and alter shots defensively. Her terrific energy and sheer nose for the ball naturally leads to a ton of second-chance opportunities. Add in her leadership, and it’s easy to see why she’s regarded as one of the top seniors in the state.