Skylar Jones, 5-11, small forward, Mac Irvin Lady Fire Godfather, Whitney Young High School (Illinois)
A lefty with Power 5 upside, Jones is a quality athlete who can attack the basket and shoot the three.
Julianna Lamendola, 6-0, guard/forward, ProSkills 17U EYBL, Coppell High School (Texas)
Committed to Indiana, Lamendola’s best attribute may be her versatility scoring in and out of the paint with good movement without the ball. On D, she is not afraid to take a charge.
Jordan Lee, 5-10, forward, Jason Kidd 2023, St. Mary’s of Stockton High School (California)
Lee has been considered a Power 5 prospect for some time. What seems to be improving is her handles and ability to score on the perimeter not just working her way into the paint.
Eris Lester, 5-10, shooting guard, Miami Suns Select EYBL, Orange Park High School (Florida)
Word on Lester is that her game has grown from being promising athlete to one with more skill showing athletic driving ability and improving range. She is also active on defense. Power 5 schools should be monitoring.
Eva Love, 5-9, guard/forward, NM Clippers 17U, La Cueva High School (New Mexico)
Love stood out as she was in constant motion initiating the offense on one possession and playing off the ball attacking the rim on a later possession. Word in the gym is that she has at least a handful of mid-major offers.
Teagan Mallegni, 6-0, wing, Wisconsin Lakers 2023 White, McFarland High School (Wisconsin)
Playing up a year, Mallegni still stood out where older Power 5 prospects were present. Very mobile, she showed the ability to attack the rim and hit perimeter shots.
Tamya Smith, 6-0, power forward, Alabama Southern Starz-Bush Nike EYBL 16u, Pleasant Grove High School (Alabama)
On a team starting three other players with Power 5 offers, Smith (no Power 5 offers as yet) looked as good as any of them as an above average athlete able to drive, shoot from the perimeter and rebound in helping her team with a division (4-0) at the event.
Caliyah Devillasee, 5-6, point guard, Elevate Elite 2025, Good Counsel High School (Maryland)
A nice athlete with handles and Power 5 upside, Devillasee can attack the basket from either side.
Taliyah Henderson, 6-0, power forward, AZ Supreme 2025, Salpointe Catholic High School (Arizona)
A strongly built lefty, Henderson showed a nice face-up stroke in and outside the key.
Monique Mitchell, 5-8, shooting guard, Indiana Blaze, South Bend Washington High School (Indiana)
Mitchell plays on a a high school team and a club team where others are often the headliners. Here she showed a solid division 1 upside with a good motor, driving ability and hitting a three. Defensively, she showed good “ups” in blocking a shot.
2026 – all below should be monitored at Power 5 level
Amari Byles, 6-2, forward, Banshees Sadler, DeSoto High School (Texas)
A quality athlete with advanced attacking ability for her grade, Byles can play on the perimeter or in the paint.
Devin Cosgriff, 5-8, shooting guard, Jason Kidd Select 2024, Bishop O’Dowd High School (California)
Playing up two grades, Cosgriff, showed nice variety in skills including three-ball, pull-up jumper and ability to enter ball to post (an often overlooked skill).
Amayah Garcia, 5-10, shooting guard, Team Lex Prime, DeSoto High School (Texas)
Another incoming athletic DeSoto player with Power 5 upside, Garcia can slash to the rim but has a perimeter stroke that needs to be respected.
Sanai Green, 5-9, shooting guard, Elevate Elite 2025, The Steward School (Virginia)
A quality athlete, Green showed a nice spin move in attacking the rim with ability to finish in traffic.
Natalie Kussow, 5-10, guard, Wisconsin Lakers 2025/2026, Arrowhead High School (Wisconsin)
One can argue if this lefty is a shooting guard or point guard as she has perimeter stoke, handles and above average court vision.
2027 – these three played up a few years having impressive moments
Caroline Bradley, 6-3, center, Mavs Elite 2025, Oak Grove Middle School (Louisiana)
For one so young, Bradley showed some nice skill in lower paint with adequate mobility for height
Symora Damon, 5-6, point guard, Example Sports 15U, Example Academy (Illinois)
What most impressed in this very young guard was her combination of quickness with advanced ball handling ability for her age.
Miciah Fusilier, 6-2, forward, Mavs Elite 2025, Camden Middle School (Arkansas)
What stood out playing up with older players was the agility and poise that Fusilier demonstrated while still needing to fill out to come closer to reaching her potential.