Suwanee, Ga – HoopseenW kicked off its Inaugural Girl’s Preview Camp and the event was action packed featuring some of the top middle and high schoolers from the Southeast. Below, we examine a couple standouts from the middle school group.
Class of 2027, Mylie Butler (24)
We watched every game in the middle school division and Butler was a consistent standout. Simply put, she did it all. The Plainview, Alabama product showed off different facets of her game each time out and was undoubtedly one of the top performers from the event. Her superb basketball acumen and overall skillset will make her a priority target as time moves forward.
Class of 2027, Tobi Owolabi (111)
Owolabi was the best point guard of the bunch. Her craftiness with the ball put pressure on defenses all day. She utilized natural basketball instincts to create for herself as well as get teammates involved. Owolabi’s maturity and IQ from the lead spot allow her to be an extension of the coach on the court.
Class of 2026, Sydney Glahn (72)
Glahn is a big wing player that pushed the issue in the open floor. She used her size to fend off opponents at the rim where she either converted on easy chip shots, layups, or drew the foul. She also effectively shot it from downtown and just demonstrated a knack to put the ball in the hole.
Class of 2028, Keris Collins (8)
Offensively, Collins was methodical with her attack. The fundamentally sound guard broke down opponents one-on-one and was automatic in catch and shoot situations. We were impressed with her offensive package in drill stations and during live gameplay.
Class of 2027, Kacie Reeves (3)
Reeves competed hard and was confident in her first camp setting. She took pride in keeping her man in front defensively and showed flashes on offense knocking down occasional long balls and finishing in transition. With continual development she could be up next in Middle Georgia.
Class of 2027, Trinia Lawrence (20)
(Headline pic) Lawrence picked her spots wisely and took care the ball. She let the game find her and didn’t turn the ball over. A good floor general that held her own in a competitive environment.
Class of 2027, Skyii Wilson (1)
A long lefty that was great on the offensive glass and made good on several continuation baskets. Wilson also showed some perimeter pizzazz putting it on the floor and draining stop-and-pop midrange pull-ups. With her size and skills she’ll be a perfect stretch-four candidate in the near future.
Class of 2026, Aubrey Norris (77)
Norris went at the opposition with both hands and effectively used angles to get her shot off. Her offensive style lulled opponents to sleep, but was productive and efficient throughout the day.