Taylor Barner, 5-8, point guard, 2024, Boo Williams (Virginia)
Barner averaged 15.0 ppg on 41.4% from the field along with 2.6 rpg and 2.6 apg as host team Boo Williams went 3-2 on the weekend.
Mikayla Blakes, 6-0, guard, 2024, Philly Rise (Pennsylvania)
Blakes was the second leading scorer in the league at 20.2 ppg on 40.8% from the field including 13/35 from deep. She was also the primary ball handler for Philly Rise which finished in the final four.
Justice Carlton, 6-2, forward, 2024, CY Fair (Texas)
Carlton was a physical presence in the paint but showed she also needs to be respected from outside the key. She posted 16.5ppg on 41/75 from the field plus 7.0 rpg and 1.5 blocks per game.
Aaliyah Chavez, 5-9, guard, 2025, CY Fair (Texas) Co-most Outstanding Player
Chavez averaged 17.7 ppg on 46.9% from the field with 24/54 from behind the arc also ranking high in NIKE assist stats at 3.8 per game. These numbers remain special despite being hurt by a subpar title game where she shot 3/15 from the field.
Morgan Cheli, 6-2, guard, 2024, Cal Stars (Califormia)
By its recent 17 EYBL standards, Cal Stars had a down weekend finishing 2-3. However, the UConn commit showed a high level of poise and quality of production with 12.2 ppg shooting 50% from the field along with 5.6 rpg and 3.8 apg.
Mariah Clayton, 5-11, guard, 2024, Drive Nation (Texas)
Drive had a strong weekend finishing with a 4-1 record. Clayton did as well posting 13.0 ppg on 55.8% from the field including 9/16 from behind the arc along with 5.2 rpg.
Devin Coppinger, 5-11, guard, 2024, Tree of Hope (Washington)
The Trees struggled to a 0-5 in Hampton but Coppinger was a bright note averaging 15.0 ppg on 25/44 (56.8%) from the field including 6/13 from behind the arc.
Toby Fournier, 6-2, forward, 2024, Kia Nurse Elite (Ontario, Canada) MVP
Fournier’s numbers were solid (12.7ppg on 32/55 from field with 8.2 rpg) but not the top of the chart. She generally came up big (including two dunks) when needed. Having seen her in high school as well, her teams seem to overachieve! Sometimes stats do not tell the whole story. However, her foul shooting (12/31) needs work.
Journey Houston, 5-11, guard, 2025, All Iowa Attack (Iowa)
Houston’s numbers are too solid to ignore (14.5 ppg on 33/54 from the field). Next, you can add 7.5 rpg and 2.3 apg.
Kateryna Koval, 6-4, center, 2024, Exodus NYC (New York)
Koval was another ‘big’ with solid numbers 17.0 ppg on 36/73 from the field plus 7.8 rpg.
Eris Lester, 5-11, guard, 2024, Miami Suns (Florida)
Interestingly, Lester also plays on a struggling high school team (Orange Park in Florida) where she accounted for about half her team’s scoring average. Over the weekend her Miami Suns went 1-4 but her numbers are hardly that of a haphazard volume shooter. She posted a solid 18.0 ppg on 40.5% from the field with a strong 25/31 from the foul line. She also contributed 5.4 rpg as a perimeter player.
Leah Macy, 6-2, forward, 2025, Kentucky Premier (Kentucky) Co-most Outstanding Player
Macy played on a solid Kentucky Premier team (getting to the top bracket semi’s) with numbers off the chart. She led the 17 EYBL in scoring with 20.8 ppg on an eye popping 62.1% from the field. Not her thing, she went an efficient 4/7 from deep and 18/20 from the charity stripe. Meanwhile she collected 8.8 rpg and handed 2.2 assists per game as a forward.
Mackenly Randolph, 6-0, forward, 2024, Sports Academy Swish (California)
Randolph got off to a slow start but finished with four strong games posting 13.0 ppg on 44.3% from the field (5/14 for 3’s) and 8.8 rpg.
Laura Williams, 6-2, forward, 2024, Fairfax Stars (Virginia)
Williams posted a workman-like 13.3 ppg on 42.2% from the field along with 7.5 rpg.
Juliann Woodard, 6-0, forward, 2024, Indy Gym Rats (Indiana)
Woodard is built solid and so were her numbers leading the 17 EYBL with 10.0 rebounds per game along with 11.4 ppg on 43.8% from the field making Woodard the only player to post a double-double statistically.