With the summer coming to an end, many travel coaches and players have adjusted to this travel season by being creative such as live-streaming practices and scrimmages which has given many kids an opportunity to showcase their talents.
Michigan natives John Motherwell and Nkwane Young who both are assistant coaches at North Dakota of the Summit League is trying to make an impact in the state of Michigan on the recruiting trail. The Fighting Hawks put offers on the table to Dakota Alston '23, Paris Bass '23, Mayla Ham '23 & Devin Hagemann '24. These talented young ladies play travel ball with the Michigan Crossover.
2024 twin sisters India and Summer Davis are already considered two of the top talents in the state of Michigan and on a national level. The twins recently picked up offers from Illinois, Eastern Michigan, Detroit Mercy & Oakland University. Michigan Storm Director Jeff Taylor better keep his phone line open as he will be receiving calls on this talented duo for the next 4 years.
6' Faith Walker '22 of Forest Hills Northern (MI) picked up her first offer from Detroit Mercy. The bruising forward plays travel ball with West Michigan Drive.
One of the most talented players in the Mitten 2023 6'3" post-Sarah Rambus of Flushing HS (MI) picked up offers from Illinois and Indiana State. Plays travel ball with Michigan Mystics.
Oakland University pulled the trigger and offered PG Cadence Dykstra who is one of the top players in the state of Michigan's class of 2023. Dykstra plays travel ball with Grand Rapids Storm.