Coach: Chris Goodman
#7: 5'4 '26 Stephanie Mobley (Victory Christian)
Starting things off, we look at a player who stood out through her ability to run a team, Stephanie Mobley. She's a smart, unselfish, high-motor guard prospect with a tight handle and sharp playmaking sense. Mobley can score from all levels, but places a clear emphasis on getting others involved. She's also an excellent defender at the point of attack and forces turnovers at a nice rate. Next in her development process is working on her ability to move without the ball, as it would make her a more complete player. Coach Goodman on Mobley: 'Stephanie is just what you want in a point guard. She commanded the offense and defense when on the floor. She plays with good pace and doesn't let defenders speed her up. She loves to defend and did an excellent job of setting the tone for the team. Stephanie did a good job of ensuring the ball moved around the floor and directed teammates to the correct spot for spacing. Look for her to have a stellar season with Victory Christian.' Mobley proved to be an asset at camp and should be a focal point for the Kings going forward.
#21: 5'5 '28 Lily Borden (Dixon)
Next, we look at a player who competed quite well despite being one of the youngest campers on display, Lily Borden. She's a young, team-oriented guard prospect with a quality feel for the game on both ends of the floor. Borden is a capable creator and useful defender, but consistently stood out through her reliable perimeter shooting. Next in her development process is working on the use of her off-hand, as it would make her a better finisher around the basket. Coach Goodman on Borden: 'Lily was one of the youngest players in camp as a 2028, but rose to the occasion and fit right in with the older girls. She has great shooting mechanics, both from midrange and beyond the arc. Lily also showed soft touch around the rim with floaters and knocking down short-range jumpers between 5-10 feet. She did a good job of spacing the floor and relocating to open spots to receive the pass. I expect her game to continue to grow as she completes her eighth-grade season. She will definitely be one to make an impact once she steps on her high school campus.' Borden did a lot of things well at camp and will certainly be a prospect to monitor over the coming years.
#34: 5'7 '27 Aamori Patterson (Hibriten)
Moving onto a player who arguably stood out as the most impressive shooting threat on display, Aamori Patterson. She's a smart, wiry guard prospect with a great blend of size, perimeter shooting, and defensive prowess. Patterson creates as needed, but poses a lethal spot-up without the ball in her hands. She's a knockdown shooter from midrange and beyond the arc, and understands how to produce within the flow of the action. Next in her development process is working to get stronger, as it would allow her to become a more physical rebounder. Coach Goodman on Patterson: 'In a camp that contained some of the best shooters in the state, it's hard for me to not still consider Aamori the best shooter in the building. Range extending well beyond the three-point line and showed her ability to shoot off the dribble and off the catch. She's a vocal leader on the floor and willing defender who was not afraid to guard her opponent for the full length of the court. Aamori did a great job of moving without the ball and, mixed with her quick release, made her a threat as soon as she stepped on the floor.' Patterson enjoyed an excellent showing at camp and should be an exciting player to follow as she begins her high school journey.
#36: 5'7 '26 Neeley Campbell (Maiden)
Continuing onto a player who did a great job of filling in the gaps on both ends of the floor, Neeley Campbell. She's a smart, high-motor guard prospect with a smooth shooting stroke and scrappy defensive presence. Campbell is willing to do the dirty work and make the extra pass whenever necessary, but also knocks down jumpers at a respectable clip from midrange and beyond the arc. Next in her development process is working to get quicker, as it would make her a more lethal penetrating threat. Coach Goodman on Campbell: 'Neeley was a great player to coach. As the day went on, her confidence on the floor increased. She's a nice spot-up shooter on the wing. Neeley does a good job of spacing the floor and always hands her hands and feet 'shot ready' for the delivery of the pass. She was vocal on and off the floor. Neeley is the type of player that every winning program needs.' Campbell made her presence felt during her time at camp and should be a difference-maker for Maiden over the foreseeable future.
#45: 5'8 '26 Sarah Milsap (Terry Sanford)
Next, we look at a player who stood out through her general toughness and intensity defensively, Sarah Milsap. She's a tough, unselfish, high-motor wing prospect with size, strength, and athleticism. Milsap is a great all-around defender with the necessary instincts and physicality to overwhelm opponents. She also finishes well around the basket. Milsap doesn't necessarily require a ton of touches to make an impact. Next in her development process is working to improve her ball-handling skills, as it would make her a more complete player. Coach Goodman on Milsap: 'Sarah is a hard-nosed defender that uses her will and athleticism to hound opponents. The more court time she has at the high school level, the more comfortable she will become offensively. Sarah does an excellent job of rebounding from the wing and gets her hands on loose balls. I expect her to be an impactful player for her program over the next three years.' Milsap did a lot of things well at camp and should only continue to progress for Terry Sanford over the coming years.
#71: 5'11 '26 Tessa Gladieux (Cardinal Gibbons)
Moving onto a player who made a lasting impression as one of the most dynamic campers on display, Tessa Gladieux. She's a long, skilled wing prospect with a high motor and excellent feel for the game on both ends of the floor. Gladieux utilizes her two-way versatility to cause a ton of problems for opponents. She scores from all three levels, defends multiple positions, and makes her presence felt as a rebounder. Gladieux is extremely quick and shows a willingness to do the little things 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 Goodman on Gladieux: 'Tessa is the type of player that every coach dreams of. Defensively, she took the challenge of guarding the best player on the opposing team. Tessa is a versatile wing with great length, athleticism, and the ability to defend 1-4. Offensively, she was able to attack the basket strong and finish inside over defenders. Tessa will make a huge impact in her sophomore campaign with Cardinal Gibbons.' Gladieux clearly impressed during her time at camp and will be a prospect to monitor closely over these next few seasons.
#77: 6'0 '27 Miller Kuss (Cardinal Gibbons)
Continuing onto a player who possesses an enticing crossroads between productivity and long-term upside, Miller Kuss. She's a long, wiry forward prospect with a quality motor and unselfish approach to the game. Kuss is a solid finisher, midrange shooter, and overall scorer out of the post, but doesn't look to force the action offensively. She defends well on the block and regularly outworks opponents on the glass. Next in her development process is working to get quicker, as it would make her better at recovering on closeouts or screening scenarios. Coach Goodman on Kuss: 'Miller has huge upside as a prospect with great size in the Class of 2027. She hustles for loose balls and secures extra possessions on the boards. As Miller gains confidence in her offensive skillset, I expect her to showcase her ability to finish inside and out. She knocked down the midrange jumper at a solid rate. She will be one to track at Cardinal Gibbons during her high school career.' Kuss showed a lot of intriguing flashes throughout camp and has the tools to develop into a notable prospect over the coming years.
#79: 6'2 '26 Lola Richardson (NC GBB)
Finishing up, we look at a player who already clearly possesses a ton of ability for her age, Lola Richardson. She's a strong, versatile forward/post prospect with touch, mobility, and inside-out ability. Richardson finishes around the basket, spaces the floor, and effectively operates as a screener. She does an excellent job of controlling the glass and anchoring the paint defensively. Next in her development process is working to get quicker, as it would make her an even better defender in screening situations. Coach Goodman on Richardson: 'Lola is a versatile forward who is a threat in both the pick-and-roll and pick-and-pop actions. The southpaw has range that extends well beyond the arc. She also has touch inside and is capable of finishing over both outside shoulders. Lola does a good job of contesting shots without fouling. The next step for her will be learning to rebound outside of her area. Definitely one to track with a loaded NC GBB squad.' Richardson definitely stood out as an asset during camp and has all the tools to be a force over the foreseeable future.