Morrow, Georgia — A multitude of the top prospects and available seniors in the Southeast met at Clayton State University for Jarrett Christian’s Girl’s Fall Showcase powered by Pro Movement Athletics. Here are a few that caught our attention and took advantage of the stage.


Mohogany Tharpe, 2024 Post, Southwest-Macon

Tharpe was really active on the interior during half and full court drills. She thrived on the glass and embraced physical activity in the paint. Her bulldog mentality and aggressive nature earned her an offer from Wesleyan College.

Offers: Wesleyan


Kemara Washington, 2024 Guard, Dalton

Washington caught Fort Valley State’s attention and picked up an offer from Wesleyan College by the end of camp. She is a big guard that had her way going downhill in live scrimmages. Her great conditioning also provided a noticeable edge as the day progressed. Expect more LM programs to investigate here sooner than later.

Offers: Fort Valley State, Voorhees, Wesleyan


Lillie Harris, 2026 Guard, North Paulding

Harris has made some huge leaps forward in her development since the last Pro Movement Showcase. Her leadership and decision making were at the forefront. This kid is the epitome of a true point guard.


Janiya McCoy, 2025 Guard, Southwest-Dekalb

McCoy is small in stature but made up for it with her effort. The Southwest-Dekalb product was a terror defensively on and off the ball and is a sparkplug player who is a coach’s dream.


Maya Crawford, 2024 Post, Central-Macon

Crawford looked the part of a physical specimen and demonstrated it throughout the day. The 6-foot-1 available senior made defenders pay on the low block. She drop-stepped with purpose and demanded space with the ball in her hands. Crawford is a late bloomer who has started to gain traction over the past few weeks, so don’t  be surprised to see a few more coaches start to sniff around.

Offers: Wesleyan


Nayel Camper, 2024 Guard, Cartersville

At 5-foot-8, Camper took advantage of her size against smaller opponents. She was efficient on raise up jumpers in the midrange and effortlessly got to the rim when she put her shoulders down. Wesleyan threw its name into the mix following camp.

offers: Wesleyan


Taliah Grier, 2024 Guard, Central-Macon

Grier is probably one of the hottest unsigned prospects in the state of Georgia heading into the 2023-24 school ball season. She’s currently being recruited heavily by Division-II programs and is a teetering Division-I prospect and her camp showing further solidified that notion. The lefty floor leader is quick getting to sweet spots and automatic free throw line extended. Grier can put the ball in the hole in bunches, so look for her stock to continue to skyrocket.

Offers: Talladega, Shorter, University of Fort Lauderdale