Warner Robins, Ga – We jumped off our camp season with a bang previewing some of the top unsigned female hoopers mostly from the Middle Georgia area with a couple other prospects sprinkled in from different pockets of the state. Listen, the ladies represented and we are still on cloud nine. Let’s take a look at some of the top storylines from camp.
TaNiya Pryor, Central-Macon, 2022 (Pic Below): It’s a win anytime a prospect leaves camp with an offer and that’s exactly what Pryor did. The 5-foot-10 point guard brought her game and caught the eye of Lawson State (AL) prompting the Lady Cougars to extend an offer following camp.
Leana Minus, Veterans, 2024: Minus was relatively unknown coming into camp, but everyone knew who she was by the end of the day. Her constant activity and defensive tenacity jumped off the screen and people took notice. Several college coaches circled her name and mentioned following up with the Lady Warhawk sophomore.
Zaria Fletcher, Lamar County, 2022: The 6-foot-2 power forward was steady on the boards and made a living on offensive putbacks. She’s a big body that has the physical tools to immediately bolster a collegiate front court. Bethune-Cookman and Tuskegee are already in with offers, but expect that list to grow real soon.
Jalayzha Williams, Northeast-Macon, 2023: Williams is a rugged big that plays better with contact. She displayed an array of moves on the low block and consistently finished with strong drop-steps. Her physicality kept opponents on their heels all day.
Jalexicia Hargrove, Hancock, 2022 (Pic Below): Hargrove is a versatile forward that plays extremely hard. She demonstrated the ability to play with her back to the basket, knock down pick-and-pop jumpers, as well as get it off the glass and start the break. Coaches were impressed and will continue to track the 6-foot Senior. Right now, she holds offers from East Georgia State and Penn State Greater Allegheny, but don’t be surprised to see more start to come in.
Anaja Lucear, Mary Persons, 2025: Lucear has a huge ceiling and we love her potential. She is a long slashing wing player that can play multiple positions, but what really jumped out was her high motor end-to-end. The 5-foot-11 freshman will more than likely jump right into a big role for the Lady Bulldogs.
Alaya Grane, Northside-Warner Robins, 2024 (Pic Below): Grane is a wired-to-go competitor that took the challenge of competing against the other team’s best player. She’s a good combo guard that can effect the game off the ball or from the lead spot. A knock down 3-point shooter, above average facilitator, solid ball handler, and sneaky good defender.
Annaclaire Yearick, Killian Hill Christian, 2022: We loved what we saw from her throughout the day. She competed hard and displayed an above average skillset. Yearick has a good handle, but her strength is shooting the deep ball. It’s just a matter of time before her work ethic pays off with offers.
Gabrieal Minus, Bonaire Middle School, 2026 (Pic Below): The 6-foot-1 eighth grader absolutely stole the show. She is a naturally talented player that simply has the gift of knowing how to hoop. Locally, Minus has been dominant in her age group for years, but getting it done against older competition at our Unsigned Hype Camp has created a buzz around the entire state. There is no doubt in our mind she’s a high major prospect. Remember the name!