Team 1

Coach: Jennifer Baker

Game Film:
Team 1 vs Team 2
Team 1 vs Team 3
Team 1 vs Team 4

#3: 5'3 '26 Nevaeh Blair (Shabach Christian)

Starting things off, we look at a player who made a consistent impact despite being the smallest camper on this team, Neveah Blair. She's a smart, tough, skilled floor general with great offensive balance and a polished scoring arsenal. Blair shoots the ball at a high clip, both from midrange and beyond the arc, but also looks to get downhill and attack the basket whenever possible. She sets up others on a consistent basis and makes quality decisions with the ball in her hands. Blair also stands out as a pesky defender and utilizes her combination of quickness and physicality to contain her assignment. Next in her development process is working to improve her transition defense, as it would make her a more complete player. Coach Baker on Blair: 'Nevaeh is a quick, strong left-handed point guard with deep range. She is an extremely aggressive on-ball defender.' Blair proved to be an asset during her time at camp and should be a productive piece for Shabach Christian over the coming years.

#25: 5'6 '27 Shyla Simms (RJ Reynolds)

Next, we look at a player who shined through her ability to impact all facets of the game, Shyla Simms. She's a smart, unselfish, very well-rounded guard prospect who can reliably make plays with or without the ball in her hands. Simms handles the ball, creates for herself and others, and is capable of scoring from all levels. She also rebounds well and effectively contains her assignment defensively. Simms naturally understands how to fill in the gaps, but is capable of taking over when necessary. Next in her development process is working on the use of her off-hand, as it would make her an even better ball-handler. Coach Baker on Simms: 'Shyla is very versatile. She is quick off the bounce and has a great first step. She can create her own shot and finishes well at the basket. She can also shoot from deep. Shyla is a very well-rounded player.' Simms did a lot of things well during camp and should be poised for a productive freshman campaign at RJ Reynolds.

#27: 5'7 '27 Tait Harvey (AC Reynolds)

Moving onto a player who easily stood out as one of the most impressive shooting threats on display, Tait Harvey. She's a young, steady guard prospect with a high IQ and lethal spot-up presence. Harvey handles and passes well, but also understands how to move without the ball and find opportunities as a cutter. She possesses somewhat of a wiry build, but doesn't seem to shy away from physical play on either end of the floor. Harvey is a willing rebounder and does a nice job of doing the little things whenever possible. Next in her development process is working to get stronger, as it would allow her to become a better defender against bigger opponents. Coach Baker on Harvey: 'Tait is a tough player. For a young player, her basketball IQ is very high. She moves well without the ball and displays a quick release on her jumper.' Harvey enjoyed a quality showing at camp and will be a notable piece for AC Reynolds over the foreseeable future.

#38: 5'7 '26 Kiara Anderson (East Lincoln)

Continuing onto a player who made a lasting impression as one of the most dynamic campers in attendance, Kiara Anderson. She's a smart, poised, all-around point guard prospect with a highly advanced game for her age. Anderson possesses a tight, crafty handle and excellent quickness, which she utilizes to get wherever she wants off the bounce. She sets up others at a high volume, but also applies seemingly nonstop scoring pressure from all levels. Anderson is a terrific defender at the point of attack and highlights sharp instincts for forcing turnovers. She simply knows how to set the tone and lead a team on both ends of the floor. Next in her development process is working on her awareness as an off-ball defender, as it would lead to even more steals. Coach Baker on Anderson: 'Wow! Kiara is a great point guard and overall floor general. She possesses an extremely high IQ and amazing vision. She can score at will and get all of her teammates involved.' Anderson showed flashes of pure dominance at camp and should be a definite focal point for East Lincoln going forward.

#41: 5'7 '25 Sydney Conti (Wakefield)

Next, we look at a player who showcased a clear understanding of how to fill in the gaps on both ends of the floor, Sydney Conti. She's a long, wiry, adaptable guard prospect with the ability to do a little bit of everything and produce in various different roles. Conti creates well for her size, knocks down jumpers at a high percentage, and is capable of setting up others. She provides great energy as an all-around defender and pursues rebounds on a consistent basis. Conti doesn't necessarily require touches to make an impact, but also makes plays with 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 complete player. Coach Baker on Conti: 'Sydney has good size as a tall guard. She can create off the dribble and shoot from deep. Has a great floater to shoot over top of defenders.' Conti enjoyed a quality showing during camp and should be poised for a productive junior season at Wakefield.

#44: 5'8 '27 Olivia Yancey (Jordan)

Moving onto a player who highlighted a willingness to do whatever possible to provide her team with an edge, Olivia Yancey. She's an unselfish, high-motor who already does a lot of things well for her size/age. Yancey is a capable penetrating threat, but is arguably at her best when knocking down shots from midrange or beyond the arc. She offers an active, reliable defensive presence and isn't afraid to mix it up on the glass. Yancey knows how to eliminate operating space and force turnovers at a healthy rate. Next in her development process is working on the use of her off-hand, as it would make her a better creator off the bounce. Coach Baker on Yancey: 'Olivia has great size and length. She's a solid ball-handler who attacks the basket strong. Displays a quick release and good range on her shot. Really good defender.' Yancey proved to be a difference-maker at camp and should be a prospect to monitor for Jordan over the coming years.

#74: 5'11 '26 Kalin Favreau (Oak Grove)

Continuing onto a player who made a lasting impression as one of the most versatile campers in attendance, Kalin Favreau. She's a long, intelligent, highly skilled forward prospect with the ability to play inside the paint or along the perimeter. Favreau scores from all levels, creates effectively for herself and others, and outworks opponents on both ends of the floor. She's a reliable defender and excellent two-way rebounder. Favreau can push the break herself or run the floor hard in transition. She understands how to take what the opposition is giving her. Next in her development process is working on the use of her off-hand, as it would make her a more complete player. Coach Baker on Favreau: 'Kalin has really great size and length. Excellent shot-blocker with great timing. Very versatile. She can play with her back to the basket and space the floor to knock down three-pointers. Cuts well to the basket without the ball and plays well in pick-and-roll situations.' Favreau enjoyed a phenomenal showing during camp and should be poised for a highly productive sophomore season at Oak Grove.

#76: 6'0 '25 Shanon Hoover (North Mecklenburg)

Finishing up, we look at a player who made a quality impact as the main interior piece for this team, Shanon Hoover. She's a long, high-motor post prospect who doesn't necessarily require a ton of touches to make a consistent impact. Hoover is a great rebounder and interior defender with a natural understanding of how to outwork opponents on both ends of the floor. She finishes well on drop-offs and can knock down midrange jumpers at a nice clip. Hoover blocks shots, moves without the ball, and runs the floor well in transition. Next in her development process is working on her consistency from beyond the arc, as it would make her a more lethal floor-spacer. Coach Baker on Hoover: 'Shanon works well without the ball to get position inside. She has a solid drop step and spin move. Rebounds well on both sides of the floor and has a nice midrange shot. Bangs well with other bigs and is capable of defending beyond the three-point line.' Hoover enjoyed a nice showing at camp and should be a target for college coaches over these next two seasons.