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LBI Roundup: Michigan Jamboree (Toledo, OH)

By Keith Wade @wadesworld32, 07/02/23, 3:15PM EDT


Toledo, OH: Numerous travel teams opted for a break in June. However, more than 30 teams participated in the Michigan Jamboree last Saturday to shake off their rust and prepare for the upcoming July evaluation period. Several exceptional players stood out and may attract the attention of college coaches in the coming week.

2025 Harmony Laker | Michigan Drive Premier Piaz
Harmony had a big-time day for the Premier; she did a great job putting the ball on the floor, making plays off the dribble, hitting the jump shot, and making winning plays on both ends of the floor. She was relentless with her efforts fighting hard for loose balls and rebounds. A full time Harmony in July will be huge for the Drive.

2025 Lucia France | Michigan Drive Premier Piaz
Lucia is a very agile big with good footwork who did a great job getting position, catching it low, and finishing at the rim with both hands. She rebounded the ball at a high clip and made great passes out of the post when doubled. Lucia is a great compliment to the big-time guard play for the Premier, giving them a big time inside outside threat.

2025 Breasia Gamble Jones | Michigan Crossover 16U EYBL
Breasia Gamble Jones is a very physical athletic wing that did a great job attacking and playing downhill. She plays with a high motor, shot it well from three, and played with intense effort on defense. She is another player who looks to get better every time.

2028 Kenna Hunt | Legends Flight 2026
Kenna is a super quick guard with a nice handle and a good feel for the game. Today, she played down-hill off the bounce, knocked down the jumper, and ran the show for her team. A 2028 playing up two grades, Kenna looks like one of the next up and coming top PGs in the state. 

2026 Caroline Bayliff | Legends U S40
Carolina is a tough physical guard with big time skill with the rock. She can score it at all levels and does a great job making the right pass for an assist to a teammate.  She is a super competitor who plays the game with high intensity, high IQ, and a high motor. 

2026 Victorya Gambles | Queens
Victoria uses a smooth, quick left-hand handle effectively to beat her defender off the bounce and make plays in the lane. She has a nice jumper and can shoot it from three, putting the defense at her mercy for trying to contain her.  She is all GAS on defense, applying pressure, and jumping passing lanes. She looks locked in to have a big time July! 

2025 Bayli Stewart | Michigan Drive Premier Willis 
Bayli was super aggressive today, attacking the hoop off the bounce, hitting the jumper, and using her extremely high motor to make plays for her squad. Bayli only knows one way to play, and that is super hard all the time; she gets to any rebound and loose ball in her area, she is in constant motion and pressure on defense, and she brings those intangibles every coach loves, but you just can’t teach. 

2025 Denza Allen | Michigan Crossover 16U EYBL
Denza is a great addition to the Crossover roster. She is a long wing can that can play inside and out; she has a nice handle and a nice ability to get to her spots off the dribble. She can shoot it from the outside and finishes well on the inside. She brings good size and length to the Crossover 16U squad heading into July. 

2026 Aubree Allen | Michigan Drive Premier
Aubree has been one of the most improved players I have watched lately. She has been aggressive in getting to the block and demanding the ball, and once she gets it, she has been using an assortment of moves to get buckets. She has a left hand hook that is hard to defend, and she does a great job getting it off regardless of the defense being played. With her physicality and her ability to step outside the paint to knock down a few shots, look for her to have a productive July. 

2024 JoJo Eberhart | Legends Impact 
When I tell you the definition of high energy is this young lady, you have to see her play to believe it. JoJo was all over the floor today doing a little bit of everything for her squad. She was scoring from deep, slashing for buckets, scoring in transition, and getting multiple offensive rebounds keeping possessions alive. 

2025 Madison Moody | Legends U
Madison had a good day shooting the ball from the outside, scoring inside, and running the floor, scoring in transition. She plays physically but also displays finesse and versatility that makes her effective in the Legends high powered offense.

2024 Maddux Overweg | Legends Flight
Maddux plays with such a mature smooth pace and is always in control of the game. She can do it all on the floor, and she does a great job picking her spots to score, pass and run the show. She can shoot it from deep, get to the basket off the bounce, and has great vision and court awareness. Lawrence Tech definitely got them a good one with Maddux.

2027 McKynley Gaddy | Michigan Premier
Right off the bat, I could tell she was a coach’s kid. Her IQ, ball handling ability and her feel for the game separated her from most guards her age, then her ability to make shots and run the show stamped it for me. Gaddy (who indeed is a coach’s kid) is a very good floor general and will be a 2027 PG to be heard from in the next few years!