Monthly Archives: April 2016

Basketball Wall Street: New York Girls Report Friday Night Super Showcase 2016




Basketball Wall Street: New York Girls Hoops Report Friday Night Super Showcase:

The New York Girls Hoops Report Friday Night Super Showcase individual exposure event April 15th 2016 at Riverbank Park in New York City was a well ran event with a good crop of talent mainly coming from the New York tri-state area. The following prospects were evaluated by Basketball Wall Street:


Charity Barnes 6’0 2019 Summit Academy-(NY)

Barnes was at the top of the list at the exposure event in terms of talent and raw ability, she is a wing prospect with physical gifts and a multifaceted game. She utilizes her size,athleticism and competitiveness to slash and drive to the basket to be a creative finisher around the rim. Barnes can also shoot the basketball from 3-pt range. With more game experience and skill development she has a chance to be a major college recruit.

Kateri Poole 5’8 G 2020 Monsignor Scanlan-(NY)

Poole was one of the most skilled guard prospects and the event utilizing a great change of pace dribble into a lethal inside-out hesitation maneuver to get by defenders easily and finish strong at the basket. She also exhibited above average court vision and savvy setting up teammates in drive and kick situations. Poole will be one of Monsignor Scanlan’s top guards next season.


Zhaneia Thybulle 5’6 PG 2018 Elmont-(NY)

Thybulle is a speedy point guard with a tight ball handle and a good crossover dribble in place, she can also play at a fast uptempo pace but remain under control. Her improvement as a solid point guard has raised her stock as a D1 prospect

Kayla Johnson 6’1 F 2020 South Shore-(NY)

Johnson is a youthful forward with a developing interior, wing game. Her raw ability to make angled drives to the basket and finish through contact is her main attribute at this point in her development. Johnson will be playing for Public School Athletic League back to back Champions South Shore-(Brooklyn,NY)

Honorable Mention:

Jada Lucas 5’5 2017 New London-(CT)
Callie Cavanugh 6’3 2017 Holyoke-(MA)
Grace Heeps 5’10 2019 Columbia-(NY)
Lauren McPeek 5’10 2018 Binghamton-(NY)
Gabi Redden 6’2 2017 Rutgers Prep-(NJ)
Jaliena Sanchez 5’6 2019 Springfield Central-(MA)
Abby Weiss 5’5 2017 Midwood-(NY)
Lola Mullaney 5’9 2019 Colts Neck-(NJ)
Destiny Byfield 5’8 2017 John Jay School for Law-(NY)
Taliyah Medina 5’11 2020 Bethlehem Catholic-(PA)
Sky Castro 6’2 2020 Summit Academy-(NY)
Jenna Cunningham 6’3 2020 Brentwood-(NY)

Basketball Wall Street: All Star Girls Report Deep South 2016


Basketball Wall Street USA: All Star Girls Report Deep South 2016:

The All Star Girls Report Deep South Event in Raleigh,North Carolina April 21st-24th 2016 was a huge success showcasing an inordinate amount of talented prospects across a broad demographic of teams. The following are some of the prospects that stood out in the event:

All Star Girls Report 2016 Deep South All-Tournament Team:

Mikayla Coombs 5’11” 2017 FBC Mo 2017-GA
Janai Crooms 5’10” 2018 Mass Rivals Black-MA
Izabela Leite 5’9″ 2018 Carolina Waves-NC
Kasiyahna Kushkituah 6’3 2017 FBC Mo 2017-GA
Katlyn Gilbert 5’11” 2018 Best Chioce United-IN
Rellah Boothe 6’3 2017 Team Breakdown-FL
Emma Squires 6’1″ 2018 Bay State Magic-MA
Emeri Nichols 6’2 2017 Cy Fair Premier-TX
Kourtney Weber 6’0″ 2018 Kenner Angels-LA
Kennedy Gavin 6’1″ 2017 Alabama Southern Starz
Christianna Carr 6’0′ 2018 43 Hoops-MN
Annika Jank 6’3″ 2017 Minnesota Fury
Cymone Goodrich 5’11” 2017 ILXcitement
Katie Jekot 5’9″ 2017 Philadelphia Comets
Braxtin Miller 5’10” 2017 Cincinnati Angels-OH
Jalaysha Thomas 6’2″ 2017 FGB 2017-FL
Nichel Tampa 5’6″ 2017 FBC Mo 2017-GA
Unique Thompson 6’2″ 2017 Alabama Southern Starz
Jessika Carter 6’5″ 2017 Georgia Jaguars Elite

Honorable Mention:

Abby Streeter 5’11” 2017 Mass Rivals Black-MA
Camille Jackson 6’2″ 2018 ILXcitement
Myah Taylor 5’7″ 2017 Alabama Southern Starz
Elodie Furey 6’2″ 2017 Philly Comets-PA
Malury Bates 6’2 2017 Spectrum
Kenedi Hambrick 5’7″ 2018 Brendan Wright-TN
Dazia Powell 5’10” 2017 Hoop Dreams Athletics-NC/GA
Eve Uwayesu 5’7″ 2017 JUEL Ottawa Crown-CAN
Kristen Teklits 5’11” 2017  Westchester Hoopers-NY
Taylor Soule 5’11” 2018 Mass Rivals Black-MA
Alyson Reiff 5’10” 2017 Best Choice United-IN
Kania Pollock 5’9″ 2018 NDO Hornets-NY
Janeen Camp 6’5″ 2017 BWSL Richmond-VA
Masseny Kaba 6’3 2017 Boston Showstoppers-MA
Cabria Lee 5’7″ 2017 Team Breakdown-FL
Dominique Banks 6’5″ FBC Mo 2017-GA
Zoe Hardwick 6’3″ 2018 43 Hoops-MN

Deep South 2019 Supreme Team:

Samantha Brunelle 6’2 BWSL Richmond-VA
Akunna Konkwo 6’3″ PSPA Rams-MD
Anaya Peoples 5’10” Best Choice United-IN
Teisha Hyman 5’10” Westchester Hoopers-NY
Michelle Sidor 5’8″ iExcel-NY
Chole Chapman 5’8″ Maryland Lady Terps
Leilani McIntosh 5’5″ South Cal Select-CA
Jada Boyd 6’2″ Team Loaded-VA
Danae McNeal 5’10” SC 76ers
Unique Drake 5’6″ South Carolina Future
Sydnee Roby 6’3″ Milwaukee Lady Spartans-WI
Lexi Lodermeier 6’3″ Minnesota Fury
Skyla Knight 5’7 Alabama Southern Starz
Maria Alvarez 5’8″ FGB 2019-FL
Javyn Nicholson 6’3 FBC 2018-GA
Aliyah Boston 6’2″ iExcel-NY
Victoria Hunter 6’2″ Alabama So Starz
Kaye Clark 5’8″ Milwaukee Lady Spartans-WI
Madison Greene 5’7 Cincinnati Angels-OH
Camille Hobby 6’2″ SC 76ers
Anissa Rivera 6’0″ Havoc City Elite-MD
Kennedi Jackson 6’3″ Kenner Angels-LA
Ila Lane 6’3″ Team Super Star-CA

Honorable Mention:

Amariah Stanard 6’1″ Georgia Pistol
Savannah Sullivan 6’0″ So Cal Select-CA
Aryann Johnson 5’10” Blue Star Florida
Bria Harmon 5’5″ FBC 2018-GA
Mackenzie Wood 6’2″ Best Chioce United-IN
Aliyah McFarlane 6’0″ Philly Freedom Stars-PA
Charity Barnes 5’11” New York Lightning
Re’yanna Jones 5’7 FGB 2019-FL
Kaitlin Davis 6’1″ Connecticut Basketball Club
Maddie Plank 5’8″ Hudson Valley Elite-NY
Anysa Jordan 6’1″ West Virginia Infinity Flight
Amari Robinson 6’1″ Peak Performance-GA
Excellanxt Greer 5’5″ PSPA Rams-MD
Maren Durant 6’2″ Mass Mavericks-MA

Injured 2019:

Macy Speilman 5’10” Cap City Comets-OH
Maliyah Lockett 5’9″ South Carolina Future

Deep South 2020 Supreme Team:

Avyonce Carter 5’10” FBC YoungGunz-GA
Kayla Morris 6’2″ iExcel-NY
Loyal McQueen 5’5″ SC 76ers
Jayden Marable 5’4″ Mac Irving Fire-IL
Niaira Jones 5’7″ AL Southern Starz
Caitlin McGee 6’2″ FGB 2019-FL
Treasure Thompson 6’2″ Bolingbrook Panthers-IL
Merissah Russell 6’1″ JUEL Ottawa Crown-CAN
Kailey Smith 5’6″ North Carolina Spartans
Amirah Abdur-Rahim 6’2 FBC YoungGunz-GA
Nicole Davis 6’3″ BWSL Richmond-VA
Deyona Gaston 6’4″ HTX Fire-TX
Nyah Leveretter 6’1″ SC 76ers
Kennedy Harrell 6’1″ Mac Irving Fire-IL
Alexis Rose 5’6″ iExcel-NY
Savannah Samuel 5’10” FBC YoungGunz-GA
Kayla Green 5’7″ Mac Irving Fire-IL
Kristian Young 5’5″ Best Chioce United-IN
Maryama Turkstra 6’0″ Blessed Sacrament-CAN
Priscilla Williams 6’0″ Cy Fair Premier-TX
Gabby Hutcherson 6’0″ Ohio Lady Hoopsters
Kennedi Philson 6’0″ Peak Performance-GA

Basketball Wall Street: Travel Club Edition 3




Basketball Wall Street:Travel Club Edition 3

By: Silverio Ford


iExcel 2016 17U Roster:

Jordan Nixon 5’10 2018 Horace Mann-(NY)
Danielle Deoul 6’2 2017 Washingtonville-(NY)
Kiyae’ White 6’2 2017 Emmaus-(PA)
Racquel Hudson 5’6 2017 Cathedral-(NY)
Alexis Boston 6’1 2017 Holy Name-(MA)
Jayla Thornton 5’9 Malcolm X Shabbazz-(NJ)
Tia Montagne 5’7 2017 Red Bank Catholic-(NJ)
Patricia Conroy 5’9 2017 St Joseph Hill-(NY)
Rayshel Brown 5’7 2017 Curtis-(NY)
Grace Sheehan 6’0 2017 Mt St Dominic-(NJ)

(Jordan Nixon/Kiyae’ White)

iExcel club director and coach Walter Welch is at the top of the list in terms of developing prospects, coaching and organizing a program. After putting out 12 division one prospects in the 2016 class this years team is primarily made up of a very solid mix of prospects from the class of 2017. White is a forward prospect with great size at 6-foot-2 that can finish inside and is a high level rebounder. Montagne is a tough New Jersey guard with solid penetrating skills and Sheehan is a big guard/forward with a consistent perimeter game and the ability to play physical and finish inside. Nixon is one of the top 2018 guard prospects in the country with her elite size, ball handling and very high basketball IQ. On the recruiting trials Deoul a 6-foot-2 junior post from New York  is committed to George Mason University. This years team will begin the NCAA live period at the ASGR HoopFest in Boston,MA April 15-17 2016.

(Tia Montagne/Grace Sheehan)

North Tartan EYBL 17U Roster:

RaeAnnah Johnson 5’8 2017 St Micheal-Albertville-(MN)
Rachel Ranke 6’1 2017 Eastview-Kansas State
Carmen Backes 6’1 2018 Chisago Lakes
Estella Moschkau 6’2 2017 Edgewood Madison-(WI)
Mikayla Hayes 6’2 2017 Park Center-(MN)-Florida
Mariah Sexe 6’1 2017 East Ridge-(MN)
Lyndsey Rodson 6’0 2017 Apple Valley-(MN)-Green Bay
Dru Gylten 5’10 St Thomas More-(SD)
Madison Monahan 5’8 Glencoe-Silver Lake-(MN)
Temi Carda 5’6 2017 Lakeville North-(MN)
Deanna Winston 5’8 2017 Hopkins-(MN)

(Estella Moschkau/ Mikayla Hayes)

The North Tartan girls basketball booster club is based out of the Oakdale , Minnesota area but draws prospects from all over the mid west region. Program director Bill Larson is a major player in the women’s grassroots basketball community being a member of the USA Basketball Committee, a McDonald’s All American Voting Committee member and a member of the  Amateur Athletics Union Girls basketball executive committee. This seasons team will compete at the highest level in the Nike EYBL league. Moschkau is a true wing-guard prospect at 6-foot-2, Hayes is solid post committed to Florida. Big guard Ranke has already verbally committed to Kansas State, and junior Rodson is headed to Wisconsin Green Bay.

(Rachel Ranke/ North Tartan Program)

Nike EYBL Bracket Nashville,TN 2016:

Boo Williams-(VA)
Spiece Indy Gym Rats-(IN)
Essence Purple-(FL)
California Sparks-(CA)
Exodus NYC
North Tartan-(MN)
Texas United-(TX)

Vegas Bulldogs Elite 2016 17U Roster:

Pam Wilmore 5’6 2017 Centennial-(NV)
Courtney Walker 5’9 2017 Centennial-(NV)
Eboni Walker 5’10 2019 Centennial-(NV)
Jayden Eggleston 6’0 2017 Centennial-(NV)
Justice Ethridge 5’8 2018 Centennial-(NV)
Scottie Thomas 5’5 2017 Centennial-(NV)
Shyla Miller 5’8 2017 Centennial-(NV)
Tylise Taylor 5’5 2018 Centennial-(NV)
Megan Jefferson 5’10 2017 Centennial-(NV)
Sarah Kruthaupt 5’7 2017 Centennial-(NV)


The Vegas Bulldogs travel club is a nonprofit organization established in 1999 by program director Karen Weitz. The club’s top team is mostly comprised of players from the Centennial High School team but the program also have prospects from in and around the greater Las Vegas, Nevada area. Wilmore is a dynamic, athletic guard prospect that is explosive off the dribble and can finish at the rim. Eggleston is a versatile wing with a solid mid-range game in place. Ethridge is a combo guard that thrives in transition, she is also an elite defender. As a memeber of the ASGR League the Bulldogs will start off the season at the ASGR Hoopfest Event in Los Angeles, CA April 15-17 2016.

New Mexico Heat Elite 2016 17U Roster:

Michaela Onyenwere 6’0 2017 Grandview-(CO)
Jaycee Gorzeman 6’0 2017 Mayfield-(NM)
Brielle Milford 6’0 2017 Hope Christian-(NM)
Brynn Wade 6’1 2019 Hope Christian-(NM)
Jaedyn De La Cerda 5’8 2017 Roswell-(MN)
Carsyn Boswell 5’9 2019 Carlsbad-(MN)
Amaya Brown 5’9 2018 Cibola-(NM)
Ashely Bowen 6’3 2019 Mesa Ridge-(CO)
Alivia Lewis 6’1 2017 Hope Christian-(NM)
Tanisha Begay 5’9 2017 Shiprock-(NM)
Isabel Montoya 5’5 2020 Espanola-(MN)
Serin Dunne 5’7 2020 Mesa Ridge-(CO)

(Tanisha Begay/ Amaya Brown)

The New Mexico Heat Elite travel club under the direction of Robert Sanchez is
constantly striving to maintain their position as the premier nonprofit organization for the development of girls basketball in New Mexico and the five surrounding states: Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Oklahoma and Texas. The club’s goals for the 2016 season are:

  • To compete at the highest level on the Adidas Gauntlet circuit.
  • Play the toughest non gauntlet schedule possible.
  • Develop our players individual skill sets.
  • Help players and parents develop a strong understanding of the recruiting process.”

says club director Robert Sanchez.

(Michaela Onyenwere)

The New Mexico Heat program is an official member of the Adidas Gauntlet circuit and will enter this season with a team full of division one prospects. Leading the way is Michaela Onyenwere a 6’0″ junior wing from Colorado who is being heavily recruited by Louisville and other top college programs. 2019’s Boswell is a lights out shooter with size at 5-foot-9, Wade is a big wing forward prospect at 6-foot-1 and Bowen is a true post at 6-foot-3 from Colorado. Brown, the only 2018 prospect on the team is an athletic guard from Cibola high school in New Mexico. McDonald’s All American Kylee Shook 6’5 is a New Mexico Heat Elite alumnae, Shook is also committed to Louisville. This years club will start off the NCAA live period at the Adidas Uprising Spring Event in Phoenix, Arizona April 15-17 2016.


Full Court Hoops 2016 17U Roster:

Traiva Breedlove 5’8 2018 Our Lady of Mercy-(NY)
Charly Hearon 5’10 2018 Christian Central Academy-(NY)
Shayla Scanlan 6’0 2017 Lake Shore-(NY)
Marissa Hamilton 6’0 2017 Ellicottville-(NY)
Sydney Turley 5’8 2017 Cleve Hill-(NY)
Julianna Misenheimer 5’7 2017 East Aurora-(NY)
Katie Titus 2018 6’0 Our Lady of Mercy-(NY)
Raeann White 5’6 2017 Lake Shore-(NY)
Lexi Campbell 5’0 2017 Buffalo Performing Arts-(NY)
Autumn Buchsenschutz 5’6 2017 Portville Alleghany-(NY)

(Traiva Breedlove/Marissa Hamilton)

The Full Court Hoops travel club is based out of the Buffalo, New York area. Program director Cara Gustafson started the program behind her passion and commitment for helping female basketball players reach their goals. This seasons goal are:”To continue getting better from a skill standpoint. Using our first tournaments as a spring board to prepare of mentally for July.We practice three days out of the week, three hours each practice. Most of our practices are skill based working on fundamentals, shooting, handling and defense. The high school basketball in the west New York area is very weak and the coaches do not prepare these kids or get them better so its our job to fine tune and polish these kids. As well as get them in shape. I have Traiva Breedlove, Charly Hearon and Marissa Hamilton that are drwaing interest from division one schools. My goal by the end of the summer is to get some of my kids offers on the table. I have another kid in Katie Titus who is division one prospect as well. My other kids are division two prospects but do have the ability to play there way into a higher level if they play well.” says Doug Hearon coach of the programs top team. The club will start off the NCAA viewing period at the Capital City Classic Event in District Heights, Maryland April 15-17 2016 and then on to the Boo Williams Spring Event in Hampton, Virginia April 22-24 2016.

Basketball Wall Street: Travel Club Edition 2




Basketball Wall Street: Travel Club Edition 2

By: Silverio Ford



BWSL Richmond 2016 17U Roster:

Stephanie Seaman 5’7 2017 Cape Henry Collegiate-(VA)
Tyrianna Owens 5’5 2017 Kempsville-(VA)
Alexandra Parson 5’6 2017 Monocan-(VA)
Addisen Delu 5’8 2017 Spotswood-(VA)
Kennedy Beale 5’8 2017 Cape Henry Collegiate-(VA)
Micalia Coleman 5’10 2017 Nottoway-(VA)
Emily Conroe 6’0 2017 Fairfax Home School-(VA)
Janeen Camp 6’5 2017 TPLS Christian-(VA)
Deja Carter 6’4 2017 Cosby-(VA)
Emily Marpin 6’4 2017 Convenant-(VA)
Janae Camp 6’3 2017 TPLS Christian-(VA)
Alexis Hueston 6’2 2017 Northside-(VA)
Madison Lowery 6’2 2017 TPLS Christian-(VA)

(Stephanie Seaman/Alexandra Pearson)

“Our goals are always the same. To see all of our girls reach the next level and achieve their dreams. Keeping Christ first in all we do is our focus. That doesn’t always make news, but as you can see with Stephen Curry, our faith in the Lord Jesus pushes our program forward each year. This will be a great year for us, 2017 and 2018 lead the way for BWSL Richmond with each roster carrying division one athletes from top to botttom. 2019 and 2020 have a lot of young talent growing in the right direction. 6’3 Freshaman Samantha Brunelle headlines the 2018 team along with Rachael Stovall 6’4 Sophomore. Camp and Carter hold down the middle for the 2017 team. Size is not an issue for either team, following up with great play makers and shooters with both groups rounds out each team.” says program director Mike Davis. On the recruiting trials Parson is committed to Richmond and Conroe is headed to Air Force.

Cy-Fair Shock 2016 17U Roster:

Jade Williams 6’4 2017 Prestonwood Christian-(TX)
Charli Collier 6’4 2018 Barbers Hill-(TX)
Laura Daulton 6’2 2017 Westbury Christian-(TX)
Deauzya Richards 6’1 2017 Cypress Ranch-(TX)
Kayla Owens 6’1 2017 Langham Creek-(TX)
Chastity Patterson 5’6 2017 North Shore-(TX)
Aerial Starks 5’9 2017 A&M Consolidated-(TX)
Sierra Cheatham 6’0 2017 Clear Springs-(TX)
Jasmine Smith 5’8 2017 Dekaney-(TX)
Ariana Whitfield 5’6 2017 Cypress Ranch-(TX)

(Sierra Cheatham/Charli Collier)

The Cy-Fair Athletics club is one of the premier girls basketball travel clubs in the country. Established in 1997 to provide a year round basketball program with quality instruction for girls to compete in select AAU tournaments and NCAA exposure events around the country. Program director Al Coleman’s goals are to consistently compete on a national level and simultaneously provide fundamental excellence for as many players as possible. In 2013 the CFA club won the Nike Nationals Championship in Augusta, South Carolina. Highly regarded prospect Jade Williams a 6-foot-4 junior is a new edition to the program.

Nike EYBL Bracket Chicago,IL 2016:

California Swish-(CA)
Tree of Hope-(WA)
Miami Suns-(FL)
All Iowa Attack-(IA)
New England Crusaders-(MA)
New Jersey Sparks-(NJ)

Hoop Dreams Athletics Black 2016 17U Roster:

Arielle Wilson 6’6 2017 Home School-(NC)
Mohogany Matthews 6’4 2018 Hoke County-(NC)
Sierra Votaw 6’3 2017 Harrells Christian Academy-(NC)
Amariah Stanard 6’2 2019 Tucker-(GA)
Elysa Wesolek 6’2 2018 Northwood Academy-(SC)
Chyna Cotton 6’1 2017 Southwest Atlanta Christian-(GA)
Dazia Powell 5’10 2017 Millbrook-(NC)
Sisalynn Norman 5’11 2017 Millbrook-(NC)
Ariyana Williams 5’9 2017 Freedom-(NC)
Erin Thames 5’8 2017 Hopewell-(NC)
Katlyn Young 5’7 2017 Jack Britt-(NC)
Makayla Kimble 5’7 2019 Village Christian Academy-(NC)

The North Carolina based Hoop Dreams Athletes travel club is in its 17th year under the direction of Dorian Williams, the program also have prospects from South Carolina and Georgia. This years team is very strong with a nice mix of freshmen, sophomores and juniors and will compete at the highest level throughout the spring and summer. The new editions to the team are: Ariyana Williams a combo guard from Morganton,NC , Elysa Wesolek a wing forward from South Carolina and Erin Thames a point guard from Charlotte,NC.

(Ariyana Williams/ Erin Thames)

“Many coaches are happy just to say they have an athlete with a name already. They let parents control their program because they are sacred they may lose the kid. They allow the players to feel like they may be more important than another kid on the team. That will never happen here. Every kid in Hoop Dreams Athletes is important and I don’t have a designated STAR on my team! If you think you are a star then you will act like a star. My kids understand that the stars in Hoop Dreams Athletics are the coaches, the ones that are donating their time to get them better”. Coach Williams also prides himself on having quality teams over a quantity of mediocre teams. “The thing is I usually only have one or no more than two teams every year, I want to have quality and eventually I guess that will open the door to having lots of teams. But only when I feel that I have quality coaches for each team.”

The Hoop Dreams Athletes goals are:”To make sure EVERY kid on my team gets a full scholarship(free education)!. I know that many of the kids on my team may go on to play some form of pro basketball but that is not my focus. My focus is to make sure that they are working hard and preparing themselves to get in front of college coaches and earn a free ride. I preach to them that it is a job when getting a scholarship and if you don’t do your job well someone else will definitely have your job!”. Says Williams. The club will start off this season by participating in the ASGR Hoop Fest Atlanta,GA April 15-17 2016 and the Deep South Event in Raleigh,NC April 22-24 2016.

So Cal Select 2016 17U Roster

Ayanna Clark 6’3 2017 Long Beach Poly-(CA)
Juliana Louis 6’2 2017 St Anthony’s-(CA)
Sophia Carroll 6’1 2018 Bishop Montgomery-(CA)
Alaja Edwards 5’9 2017 St Anthony’s-(CA)
Stae’tia Knight 2017 Home School
Kaiya Corona 5’9 2019 Windward School-(CA)
Cailyn Crocker 5’8 2019 Los Alimoitos-(CA)
Kayla Padilla 5’9 2019 Bishop Montgomery-(CA)
Da’Ja Hamilton 5’8 2019 Summit-(CA)
Leilani McIntosh 5’5 2019 Xavier Prep-(AZ)
Khylee Jade 5’11 2021 Madrona-(CA)

(Ayanna Clark/Khylee Jade)

The newly organized South California Select girls basketball skills development club is directed by Matthew Thalley and is centrally based in the Los Angeles, California area. The club has excelled in a short time with outstanding coaching and top tier prospects. Leading the way is Southern California commit Ayanna Clark a junior forward. The SCS will start off the new season at the ASGR HoopFest Los Angeles, CA April 15-17 2016 and then continue on to the Deep South Event in Raleigh, North Carolina April 22-24 2016.

Havoc City Elite 2016 17U Roster:

Taleah Washington 5’8 2018 Forestville-(MD)
Anessa Rivera 6’0″ 2019 Forestville-(MD)
Kristin Horne 5’9 2017 Dr Henry Wise-(MD)
Danielle Levenberry 5’10 2018 Hylton-(VA)
Elise Levenberry 5’10 2018 Hylton-(VA)
Imani Reid 6’0 2019 Hammond-(MD)
Carrie Gross 5’9 201 Forestville-(MD)
Ayiana Keith 5’6 2018 Northpoint-(MD)
Aliyah Matharu 5’7 2019 Forestville-(MD)

(Anessa Rivera/Aliyah Matharu)

The Havoc City Elite travel club is based out of the District Heights, Maryland area but draws players from Washington,DC and Virginia as well. Program director James Washington does a great job coaching and developing prospects. Co-director and administrator Tiffany Washington is the organizational component of the program that is a member of the ASGR Summer League and will begin the NCAA evaluation period playing in the ASGR HoopFest in Boston,MA April 15-17 2016. On the recruiting trails 2018 guard prospect Taleah Washington is committed to Old Dominion.

(Imani Ried/ James “Boogie” Washington)


Books&Basketball 2016 17U Roster:

Naiyana Sabb 5’5 2017 Glouster Catholic-(NJ)
Deja King 5’7 2017 Life Center Academy-(NJ)
Tenisha Pressley 5’8 2017 Glouster Catholic-(NJ)
Tyasia Lewis 5’8 2018 Trenton Catholic-(NJ)
Chyna Wooten 5’11 2017 Imhotep Charter-(PA)
Imani Lewis 6’2 2018 Life Center Academy-(NJ)
Danielle Sanderlin 6’0 2017 Glouster Catholic-(NJ)
Amber Brown 5’11 2017 South Brunswick-(NJ)
Amaya Melvins 5’7 2017 Winslow-(NJ)
Cayla Sexton 5’8 2017 Ewing-(NJ)
Eunice Jimenezs 5’6 2017 Westown-(PA)

(Tyasia Lewis/ Naiyana Sabb)

Books and Basketball is an Under Armour grassroots girls basketball program under the direction of Pervis Ellison a former #1 pick in the NBA draft. The club has a central location in New Jersey but also draws prospects from the Pennsylvania and Delaware areas as well. Junior guard Tenisha Presseley has already verbally committed to Boston University. “Our goals are to compete against some of the best talent across the country, get better each weekend, play the right way, play hard every game, win our division at Boo William-(VA) and Battle of The Boro-(TN). says coach Antione Sabb. The Books&Basketball club will start off the season at the New Jersey Sparks Event in Paterson, NJ April 15-17 2016 then go on to the Boo Williams Spring Event in Hampton,VA April 22-24 2016.

(Danielle Sanderlin/Amber Brown)

Bay State Magic Elite 2016 17U Roster:

Caroline Stover 6’3 2018 Cardinal Spellman-(MA)
Hannah Peterson 6’3 2018 Marshfield-(MA)
Emma Squires 6’1 2018 Tabor Academy-(MA)
Annabelle Larnard 5’11 2018 Fontbonne Academy-(MA)
Monica Spain 5’11 2018 Archbishop Willimas-(MA)
Taylor Scott 5’10 2018 Hanover-(MA)
Rachel Tutkus 5’8 2018 Braintree-(MA)
Caroline Wilson 5’11 2018 Sandwich-(MA)
Cassie Caldwell 5’7 2018 Marshfield-(MA)
Stephanie Lyons 5’7 2018 Thayer Academy-(MA)
Alyssa Tenagila 5’6 2018 Braintree-(MA)

(Caroline Stover/Annabelle Larnard)

The Massachusetts based Bay State Magic Elite basketball program under the direction of Pat Lamb is committed to assisting female basketball players in their pursuit of excellence. In 2015 the Bay State Magic Elite became a Blue Star team, this sponsorship will increase the clubs national exposure and branding. This years team will start the NCAA evaluation period participating in the ASGR HoopFest Boston,MA April 15-17 2016.


Castle Athletics 2016 17U Roster:

Patrice Hardin 5’8 2017 Sayerville-(NJ)
Janean Cuffee 5’7 2017 Lawrenceville-(NJ)
Stephanie Sabido 5’11 2017 Mckee Staten Island Tech-(NY)
Infinity Hammonds 5’6 2018 Murry Bergtraum-(NY)
Maria Minaya 6’0 2017 Harry Truman-(NY)
Liz Garcia 5’11 2017 Holy Angels-(NJ)
Dai’yanni Davis 5’11 2017 Murry Bergtraum-(NY)
Tori Dellapace 5’8 2017 Loyola School-(NY)
Zakiya Beckles 5’8 2017 Middlesex-(NJ)
Morenike Akinrefon 5’7 2017 Sayerville-(NJ)
Cristina Carmerlengo 5’8 2017 Wagner-(NY)
Alexis Bennett 5’9 2017 Neptune-(NJ)

(Janean Cuffee/Stephanie Sabido)

The Castle Athletics girls basketball program led by Curtiz Simpson is based in New York City but recruits prospects from all over the state and New Jersey. The club’s top team is also coached by Simpson and consists of several division one prospects. Cuffee is a dynamic junior guard prospect from New Jersey, Hardin is an athletic combo guard also a junior from New Jersey. Hammonds is a speedy scoring sophomore point guard and Sabido is a solid junior wing forward type of player from Staten Island, NY. This years team will start off the season at the Rose Classic Open-NY April 15-17 2016 then head south onto the Boo Williams Spring Event April 22-24 2016 Hampton, VA.