2023 Kairah Dixon Booker: Booker was one of my favorite players on the court because she did it all, make it look easy, and made so many high IQ plays on the court.  She has such a natural feel for the game on the court, finding open teammates, scoring the ball effectively, and

2025 Jocelyne Grier: It was hard to think that this young lady was just a freshman but she really performed at a high level. Very skilled prospect, has good handles, sees the floor, plays at a great pace, and can score in an array of ways and through contact. She played like she was a veteran and showcased her terrific motor on the floor.

2023 Nadiya Hairston: Hairston would be one of my top shooters of the camp.  Everywhere she pulled up, you would think that it was going in with the confidence she had and her fluid motion.  But she also was terrific out in transition, and picking her spots to attack or pull-up.

2024 Zamareya Jones: She came in as the top player in the camp and she certainly showed why… quickly. It is hard to believe that she is just a rising sophomore but her skill set is off the charts. Just a shifty, crafty player, creates her own shot when she wants and where she wants, and her feel for the game is simply outstanding. There is a lot to like about her game and it is easy to see why she holds some big-time offers.

2022 Khimeira Weston: Weston just seemed to be all over the place.  A team and her teammates have to love having her on the court because she just made play after play.  Not necessarily always scoring the ball but she always had her hand on the ball, got on the boards, hustled on defense, and also showcased a little of her offensive feel.

2023 La'Niya Simes: Simes was a new name but quickly caught on with several of our scouts.  She has good size, works hard on both ends, is assertive out in transition, and finishes well in getting downhill and at the basket.  With how she operates and how she works, she is one to really take a look at more and put her down as one to watch this upcoming season.

2023 Addie Phipps: We mentioned Hairston as one of the top shooters but Phipps wasn't far behind.  He had a quick trigger on her shot, knocking down shots from multiple levels and really competing on both sides of the ball.  She really showcased her quick release with confidence.

2022 Marissa Sorvillo: I heard some coaches talking about this young lady so I had to get a glimpse of her game and I was impressed, especially with how she competed, how she laid her body on the line, created for herself and others, and her tremendous motor.  Just an all-around performance that coaches would love to have.