Most camps include extra sessions as an opportunity for young players to get some more individual assessment and training. It’s purely optional but a great way to get some additional work in. Over the past couple years I’ve had some great players come in early and get some individual work. Here’s a short list of some of these awesome young people. I’m very proud of all of them, their accomplishments, the people they are and the privilege to work with them. A few things everyone of these individuals have in common is they are competitive, gym rats and quality people.
Two of the more talented players out of Texas. Chennedy Carter is committed to Texas A&M and Lexi Gordon is committed to UConn. They both compete. They are both very ambitious individuals and talented. Chennedy is more catch you off the dribble, creates off the bounce, is very physical and has a lot of wiggle to her game. Lexi is a deadly catch and shoot player with extensive range on her jumper. She has a quick release and good size at her position. She can create space with the dribble to get her shot off.
Duke Commit, Arieal Scott is the real deal! She really knows how to play the game, is one the nation’s top 3pt shooters and works on all crafts of her game. She is always willing to do whatever it takes to win, if it means grabbing rebounds, diving on the floor, running the point or defending 6’5 post players she will do it.
I’m so thankful for these two and that God has put us in each others lives. The Caldwells are a special family. Sydnei is an extremely athletic power guard who is explosive to the rim. She is a superb defender and great ball handler. She can shoot it from just around anywhere on the court. Sanaiah is great off the bounce. She has great perimeter foot work, can play on and off the ball. She’s competitive and always improving.
Cailyn Crocker is one of the top point guards in the class of 2019 on the west coast. Her game can be appreciated for many facets. She can score in transition, off the dribble, shoot, finish at the rim. She’s a great distributor, good court vision. Her most valuable asset is she’s a leader, great communicator.
Aislinn “ACE” Konig, one of my all time favorites. The young lady is a sponge when it comes to learning. She just can’t get enough. She is a gym rat. She will stay in the gym 24/7. She is a pleasure to coach and work with. You can’t give her enough. She’s always wanting more. She’s an eager learner and relentless worker. Committed to NC State she should have an immediate impact for them. Played for Adidas BC’s Finest.
Alaysia Styles, is a gifted athlete who is just scratching the surface of her ability and potential. She’s a well sought after prospect in her class and is no doubt going be a great addition to many programs. Plays for Terry Bamford and the Wiggin Waves.
Kristine Anigwe is having an exceptional freshman campaign for Cal Berkeley in the PAC12. Her size, coupled with her athletic prowess and developing skill is outstanding. She has come a long way since picking up the game of basketball. She works very hard and her effort on the floor is out of the roof.
MaAne Mosley, strong athletic frame, a very powerful young athlete. A freshman at Cal Berkeley, MaAne is an awesome teammate, positive and hard worker. Played for Cal Ballaz.
Sedona Prince is just a sophomore, class of 2018. She made the USA U16 team this summer. Sedona is as versatile a 6’7 player I’ve come across. Exceptional mobility, skill set, size and length. She has superb foot work, can shoot anywhere on the floor. One of the country’s best shot blockers and rebounders. Plays for Nike EYBL Cy-Fair
Kylee Griffen is an athletic, long wing player that can fill the stat sheet in every category. She is exceptionally quick. Can defend multiple positions and score in a variety of ways. Plays for Nike EYBL Tree of Hope
Jeannie Boehm can do it all. The Harvard commit is such a fun athlete to work with because of her versatility, athleticism and superb foot work. She’s the type of player trainers love to work with because there is nothing she can’t do. She works every drill hard and to perfection.
Destiny Slocum, a commit to Maryland, is a relentless competitor that will stop at nothing. She has a knack for the flare. She’s a gamer and play maker. She’s one of the country’s best scoring point guards. She has done it in every setting from club, high school and showcases. Played for Idaho Hoop Dreams
Hannah Hedstrom, a commit to Lehigh University is one of the country’s best outside shooters. She has unbelievable range. She can connect from just about anywhere on the floor. She has great basketball intelligence. Played for Nike EYBL North Tartan.
Lindsey Corsaro, Kentucky commit, is a gifted scorer from the wing. She has great size and length. Possesses the ability to create her own shot, finish at the rim or connect from outside. She can handle the ball in the back court and create off the dribble or work off the ball connecting coming off screens. Played for Nike EYBL Spiece Gym Rats.
Naje Murray plays for the nation’s #1 high school girl’s team St. Mary’s Stockton. Talk about just a tremendous person, eager learner, studious player, and hard worker. Naje is a dead eye, lights out 3pt specialist. She plays with an intense high motor and makes plays all over the court. She’s an awesome teammate, basketball player and person. Plays for Nike EYBL Cal Stars.
Cydnee Kinslow, now a Pepperdine Wave, can’t say enough good things about her. Tremendous worker! Gives everything her best effort. Plays and works with a true love for the game. She has expanded her game so far in the past year, a testament to her hard work and dedication. Cyd gets it. Played for Nike EYBL Cal Stars.