Addison Bjorn, 6-1, point guard, 2026, 2025, Della Lamb 3SSB (Parksville, MO)
A highly regarded player in 2026, Bjorn handled the ball well and attacked going right or left. She showed good body control finishing versus contact but also showed drive and dish ability.
Nina Cain, 6-2, forward, 2025, JBS 17U 3SSB, (Elk Grove, CA)
Cain showed the ability to go inside scoring at the rim or further up the key. She also looked comfortable moving on the perimeter although not her primary scoring area.
Brinley Cannon, 6-0, small forward, 2024, UT Lady Prospects 17U (Shelley, ID)
Orally committed to BYU, Cannon knocked down threes in multiple games viewed. Mobile, she can also help on the glass.
Finley Chastain, 6-0, shooting guard, 2027, Team Lex Nation 17U 3SSB (Celina, TX)
Recently committed to Tennessee as a rising eighth grader, this lefty showed she can knock down the three but is athletic enough to attack the basket. If remaining on course, Chastain has a chance to be one of the best in the 2027 class.
Caliyah Devillasee, 5-7, point guard, 2025, Elevate Elite 16U 3SSB (Owings Mills, MD)
Not physically imposing, Devillasee showed above average basketball IQ, good handles and knew how/when to pick her spots to attack.
Jada Eads, 5-7, point guard, 2024, CFE Grant Hill 17U 3SSB (Apopka, FL)
Eads combines quickness with ability to attack and shoot from the perimeter or attack the rim. Not physically imposing, she has Power 5 offers regardless.
Olivia Edwards, 6-3, power forward, 2026, Northwest Greyhounds 3SSB 17U (Tacoma, WA)
When it comes to athletic power forwards, Edwards may top the list in her class. In one game she grabbed the rim with both hands. Still behind her athleticism, her skills appear to be improving as she shows some range beyond the key and off (left) hand finish in close.
Rian Forestier, 5-11, shooting guard, 2024, SA Finest 17U 3SSB (Helotes, TX)
Orally committed to Southern Cal, Forestier plays with a lot of poise and showed she can drill multiple threes in a game.
Ines Goryanova, 5-8, point guard, 2024, Gauchos 3SSB 2024 (Putnam, CT)
Goryanova (reported to have Power 5 offers) gets a lot done via shooting the three or hitting the floater. She showed she can finish with contact despite having a modest medium build.
Sanai Green, 6-0, small forward, 2026, Elevate Elite 16U 3SSB (Mechanicsville, VA)
Strongly built, Green can hit from the mid-range and in the key but must be respected for her three-ball. Considered one of the best prospects in 2026, she plays hard.
Avery Howell, 6-0, guard/forward, 2024, Meta Hoops 3SSB 17U (Boise, ID)
Howell gives you a good effort on every trip down the court, helping with ball handling and rebounding besides scoring (mostly from mid-range and closer in).
Keziah Lofton, 6-0, guard, 2025, Lady Jets 17U 3SSB (Yukon, OK)
Considered one of the top guard prospects in 2025, Lofton is well built able to rebound out of a guard slot. A lefty, she looks to score via drive (mostly going left) first but must be respected on the perimeter. She is also effective turning an opponent over on the press and then scoring.
Brynn McGaughy, 6-2, power forward, 2025, Meta Hoops 3SSB 17U (Colfax, WA)
A high major prospect, McGaughy is one of the few who can catch the ball in midair and finish in one motion plus has nice low post moves on the ground. She is also an effective three-point shooter. Effective handling the ball going right, she could improve use of left hand for penetration.
Alivia McGill, 5-9, point guard, 2024, Metro Stars 2024 Pryor (Plymouth, MN)
A good athlete who can defend, offensively this Florida commit distributes and attacks the basket primarily going right to score.
Kamora Pruitt, 6-2, forward, 2026, Team Lex Nation 17U 3SSB (DeSoto, TX)
A quality athlete, Pruitt showed the ability to drive to the basket but also hit the three. Power 5 schools are already lining up.
Emilee Skinner, 6-0, point guard, 2025, UT Lady Prospects 17U (Providence, UT)
Skinner was one of the stock risers of this event. As one Power 5 coach told me, she has a (Power 5 level) knack of making others around her better while still scoring her share of points (primarily via drives to the right). Improving range should be a priority for this lead guard.
Caya Smith, 6-1, forward, 2024, Lady Jets 17U 3SSB (Langston, OK)
A quality athlete, Smith looks to attack the basket in the wing to baseline area. Her long build is an obstacle on the press for the opposition to overcome. More consistent perimeter shooting would raise her Power 5 stock still further.
Leonna Sneed, 5-6, point guard, 2025, SA Finest 17U 3SSB (Converse, TX)
As smaller young guards go, Sneed showed good handles with speed and quickness looking to attack. Building shooting range might be an area to work on.
Hailee Swain, 5-10, guard, 2025, Team Elite Hubbard 17U 3SSB (Marietta, GA)
Orally committed to Stanford, Swain contributes in multiple ways. A decently athletic lefty, she can shoot the three but also helps with the ball distributing playing either guard slot.
Meredith Tippner, 5-10, shooting guard, 2025, Indiana Elite Thunder 17U 3SSB (Noblesville, IN)
Physical with a high motor, Tippner takes what is given primarily looking to score in the midrange or attacking the rim (mostly to the right). While not her primary weapon, her three-ball must be respected.
Faith Wiseman, 6-4, post, 2024, Indiana Elite Thunder 17U 3SSB (Martinsville, IN)
Committed to Indiana, Wiseman is both physical and clever in her use of either hand near the rim. Moving well, she can step out to beyond the arc to shoot the three be it not her primary weapon.