Tuesday, June 30, 2015

2015 Texas A&M ELITE Camp top performers

Lexi Gordon & Tatum Veitenheimer 

COLLEGE STATTION, Texas – The Texas A&M Elite Camp continues to attract some of the top talent not only from Texas but across the country and reading the list of players that participated was something like a Who’s Who of heavy hitters with bright resumes and options on where they may attend. Arguably one of the top point guards in Texas, Jaelyn Richard-Harris was on hand as well as her club teammate Jasmine Williams who helped lead Cy Woods to the state title. Cate Reece was also in attendance, she played on that same Cy Woods team had a big hand in their success, not to mention she’s pone of the top 2018 players in Texas.

Speaking of state, the run that Kianna and Brianna Suber helped lead Rudder to the semi’s was amazing, they were in attendance while fellow 2017 Aeriel Starks who went completely off in the regional semis as well as another 2017 Marissa Banfield, one of the top points in Texas for that 2017 class put on a show as she helped Westbury Christian make a run to the finals in their classification in TAPPS.

Also in attendance was Oklahoma’s own Jonah Johnson, I’ve played around with the “ JJ and DYNOMITE” phrase multiple ways so that should give you picture and icing on the cake had to be Natalie Chou, a young lady I saw that was destined for greatness while she was in the 8th grade playing in Prime Time Nationals, she made the USA Team last season.

Girlz Prep Report correspondent Tim Lewis was on hand to capture the action and he sent me a list of names that caught his eye during the event , Lewis said if he had to had to choose an MVP it was definitely Aahliay Wilson (OK) but here are some players that he thought separated themselves throughout the event

Aahliyah Jackson
Aaliyah Wilson
Celeste West
Jasmyne Harris
Robin Beck

Chassity Patterson
Emer Nichols
Kayla Owens
Kayla Wells
Kianja Cain
Lauren Heard
Lexi Gordon
Trena Mims

Charli Collier
Jhakya Dilworth
Keziah Dilworth
Queen Egbo
Tatum Vietheimer

Lillian Ejih