GLCC Prospect Camp Review
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On a glorious Labor Day weekend, where else would I be than in the gym watching prospects compete? The Great Lakes Christian College Crusaders hosted about 20 HS girls in their gym Saturday and today I will share brief notes…
On a glorious Labor Day weekend, where else would I be than in the gym watching prospects compete? The Great Lakes Christian College Crusaders hosted about 20 HS girls in their gym Saturday and today I will share brief notes with you from what I saw.
is an exciting 2028 guard in the Columbia Central program. She was one of the better ball handlers during the stationary ball handling drills. Gabby has an excellent retreat dribble step back, which she used to hit a wing 3 during live scrimmaging. She is a threat to drive and made quality takes into contact.
Makayla is a 2026 prospect out of Tecumseh I just keep running into: it seems like she attends everything! She stood out today with her energy, and two way style of play. Schlorf continues to show next level skills and leadership qualities on the court at these events.
Miley showed great energy, hustle, teamwork, and communication on the court today. She verbally encouraged other girls and had some solid steals and rebounds on defense. Miley spaces the court and moves well without the ball, finding open space to spot up for shots.
Briar Rose made some great plays in the post today. She caught the ball in traffic then used a combination of reverse pivots to create space and finish with a layup off two feet. She communicated verbally with teammates on offense and defense. Briar flashed to the ball used a high rip and then finished high off the glass. She defends the post well playing strong and has an effective face up game in the high post.
Savannah is a towering post who can score at all three levels. She showed her range today, hitting an at the buzzer 3-pointer and finishing around the rim. She is a shot blocker, passer, and strong interior player. Savannah will be someone to keep your eye on in the Davison program.
Olivia was clearly the winner in basically every drill she did out there today: defensive slides, stationary ball handling, and live scrimmaging. She has explosive steps, quickness, and creates offense at all three levels. Olivia is an outstanding CG who will make an impact with Holt as a freshman.
Faith was another athlete who set herself apart today. She is a 5’9 lengthy SG/Wing who scores at all three levels and has lightning quickness. Her pushout dribble, crossover, and step back game is elite and she explodes to the rim. Faith closes out like a bullet and will chase players down and never quit on a play.
Natalie showed her skill as a spot up shooter today. She hit at least four shots during live scrimmage with a balanced high left-handed release. She had a couple blocks on the day and rebounded well on both ends. Natalie has an accurate outside shot and will put herself in position to convert put backs also. She feasted on offensive rebounds and her 3-point shots were on point today.
Madelyn is a CG who handles the ball well under duress, finds open teammates, and applies pressure on the ball. She has an accurate outside jump shot and proved she can shoot off the catch during the earlier drills.
Claire played well today at GLCC. She was one of the most vocal defenders on the court, she nailed a 3-pointer during the transition defense drill. Claire has an accurate outside shot and effective pull up game that I would like to see more of with the Clarkston program this fall.
For the second straight weekend I enjoyed watching Gigi go out and put on a show, this time it was against an older group. She literally does everything out there as a two way player who will not shy away from the spotlight. Gigi put together another complete performance today and will be an exciting prospect to watch with Holt this season.
Aubrey Gasch had a good looking pull up jumper in drills and live play Saturday. She hit a smooth triple from the right wing during 5v5. Aubrey has strength and size that will make her a difficult wing to cover for opponents this season.
Sa’ryah has impressed me multiple times this summer. She may be “small” but that only works to her advantage. She stood above the rest today in stationary ball handling drills, defensive slides, and live scrimmaging. Sa’ryah has the quickness and explosiveness on both ends to get buckets for herself and teammates or steal the ball and take it the distance. She has an accurate mid-3-pt shot so good luck guarding her!
Emma communicated well with her teammates on the floor today and kept the ball moving on offense with her passing. She found her opponent in transition well and shoots from her spots with balance.
impressed today at the GLCC prospect camp. She is left-handed, but pushes the ball out in transition under control with both. Emily sees the court and delivers passes to open teammates: her ball handling, passing, and shooting accuracy make her a talent coaches need to watch this fall.
continues her hot streak of performing at prospect events with another impressive outing today. She earned another offer and stood out as one of the top prospects at the event. She scores at all three levels, rebounds, and plays aggressive defense. Katie will be a prize for whomever she decides to play for after high school.
Emma Crow looks like she’s already playing college basketball by her strength, voice, and aggressiveness on both sides of the ball. She scores at all three levels and plays all out on offense and defense. Emma earned the offer she got today representing Ohio basketball today. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/17009399/63f569e7176354072cbe79bf
Emilee played solid basketball on both ends of the floor. She had an excellent overhead entry pass to a teammate from the wing and baseline drive where she beat her defender using the dribble. She moved to space without the ball and worked herself into position for an offensive rebound put back. https://www.hudl.com/profile/18839225/Emilee-Klacking/about
Marionna Dixon proved once again why she should be getting attention at the next level not just in track, but basketball as well. She drives to the rim with powerful strides and explosiveness. Her ability to create space with the dribble and knock down pull up jumpers makes her a challenge to defend. She applied good ball pressure and created steals. Marionna finished layups with both hands at the rim today.
Mallory Miller out of MCCHS had herself a day today. She was another prospect who looked to be performing on another wavelength today. Her poise, ball handling control, court vision, and shooting at all levels was elite. Mallory had an endless motor on the court and earned special attention on the court today.
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Evan Bell is currently a scout for Prep Girls Hoops, Varsity Girls Basketball Head Coach at Lapeer High School, and Director of Lapeer County Cobras . Our mission at PGH is to cover as many athletes with D2, D3, NAIA, and JUCO potential in the state as possible. If you have knowledge of a prospect off our radar, please DM Evan through Twitter @CoachEvanBell or email him at email@example.com