Charlotte, NC: The Annual LBI Carolina Top 100 Showcase was held this past Saturday evening in Charlotte, NC. The action was intense throughout the drills session and 5 on 5 throughout the entire day. Listed below are a few players that caught my attention.
2024 PG Mila Holloway (Charlotte, NC)
Holloway did an outstanding job. From breaking defenders down off the dribble, throwing no look dimes in transition, to hitting highly contested shots, Mila showed that her game is ready to have an outstanding 2021-22 high school season.
2024 CG Mya Anderson (Detroit, MI)
Anderson continued her steady improvement on Saturday. Her aggressive style put pressure on the defense. She attacked the lane in transition and made some incredible finishes at the rim. Mya also had her mid-range game working and even hit a couple from deep. On defense she was her usual self, pressuring the ball and playing with a high motor.
2024 PG Olivia Tucker (Morrisville, NC)
In the games, she played Olivia was the most versatile player on the floor. Her skill set is very impressive with a motor to match. She used her athleticism to get steals on defense and to push the ball in transition. Tucker starred on Saturday and also made her teammates better.
2024 PG Jayda Angel (Fayetteville, NC)
Cat Quick. Jayda was the floor general. Angel also showcased her ability to score in transition as she got to the basket and knocked down open shots from the perimeter.
2024 SG Tyler Collins (Concord, NC)
Tyler has a knack for scoring the ball. She was often ahead of the pack as she converted in transition. In the half court she was a very effective offensive rebounder and scored on several put backs. Collins has a sweet shooting stroke in which she knocked several shots when she was left open.
2025 PG Ashanti Fox (Raleigh, NC)
One could argue that Ashanti Fox was one of the most skilled guards at the camp regardless of class. She has a very high basketball IQ, shoots very well displaying good shot form on her three ball and midrange jump shot. Fox also finished from multiple angles and used her floater over and around much taller defenders coming from the help side. Fox is a talent in which I am looking forward to seeing her compete for the next few years.
2022 SG Savannah Brooks (Taneytown, MD)
The best uncommitted kid at the event. Brooks used her speed and aggressiveness whenever she could! Her speed kept defenders off balance as she blew by them every time and scored a bucket. She was able to showcase her stroke from three, hitting multiple daggers from deep. Brooks was impressive to watch!