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Girls Exposure Camp Top 10

Updated: Oct 18, 2021

These girls came to ball!!! The Class of 2026 and 2027 lady ballers came and proved that the talent level in these classes has the State of Michigan in good hands!

There were a lot of girls we could have mentioned in this Top 10 but the following stood out the most:

Naiya Krispin '26 - Michigan Crossover

Naiya has a game well beyond her age! She plays with pace, can shoot it at a very hig-level and not afraid to get your teammates open. Her tight handle and ball control will bold well in her future as a Point Guard. Very impressive prospect!!

Mariah Sain '26 - Michigan Basketball Academy

Remember this name!!! Mariah Sain will be a TOP prospect in the Class of 2026 and she put her game on full display!!! She made all the plays, got to the rim, made shots, blocked shots and went hard at everyone!! Her skill for her size will separate her from the crop. Wouldn't be surprised if she gets some offers before she plays a HS game.

Lizzy Wolthuis '26 - Michigan Basketball Academy

Lizzy GOT BUSY!!! She was very good on both days and shoot the ball as well as anyone in camp!! Her ability to pick-n-pop will make her a top prospect in years to come. Being one of the taller girls and being able to shoot it from deep is what coaches are looking for. She also rebounded well, played defense and made the right plays. Intriguing prospect to keep eyes on.

CeCe Arico - Saline Middle

Cece is much more than just a coaches daughter, she can play!! The best part of her game is making the right plays. Solid shooting skills and can also get to the basket. She played a big part of her team only having 1 loss in the championship with her play. Her basketball IQ and defense will make some coach very happy in the near future.

Laniah Wills '26 - UTS Lady Elite

Laniah was one of the tallest girls at camp and she dominated inside!! There was not a girl in camp that grabbed more rebounds than her! Her ability to be a force in the paint and finish at the rim will bold well for her basketball future.

Rayah Hitt '26 - Michigan Premier

The HITTER!!! Rayah is a very skilled guard that was also one of the leaders in the skills & drills portion of camp. Her ability to make plays with the ball whether scoring or finding teammates will be an asset to a Varsity program 12 months from now. She can play both sides of the ball and also scores it well. Keep an eye on this name, wouldn't be surprised if she plays a big role on a Varsity program the moment she hits High School.

Camiyah Bonner '26 - Michigan Basketball Academy

Winning the Queen of the Court competition was a tough task with this talented group and she did just that!! Camiyah went hard at all the guards both offensively and defensively. She made shots, got to the rim and was a pest on defense! Her aggressive play will be fits for any guard going against her in the future.

Se'Crette Carter '26 - Shumate Middle

THE SHOOTER!!!! Se'Crette shot the ball so well she broke our 3-point Shootout record with 15 makes in a minute!!! If she can continue to shoot the ball this well, there won't be a team she can't play on shooting like that! She also was a factor playing defense and getting to the rim.

Makaila Crosby '26

Makaila played tough the entire showcase!! She was able to get to the rim, get teammates by driving and kicking and was a pest on defense!! One of the hardest playing girls at camp, getting after it was not an issue for her. Her on the ball defense will be a problem of guards in the future!

Gabby Foster '26 - UTS Lady Elite

One thing we will always mention is players who can shoot the ball!! Gabby made as many threes as anyone at the camp! She was also able to get to the rim and finish at the rim also. Her shooting will give her an edge in her basketball future.

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