By: George Courtney

The Bay Area Basketball Coaches Association, FInest Hoops, and Cal Hi Sports did a fantastic job in compiling the 120+ Teams as the event was filled with numerous college prospects for every level. Here are some of the prospects who caught my eye the last day of the event:

Alexa Perryman 2025 5-3 Guard San Joaquin Memorial (CA)

Perryman is a pesky defender who wreaks havoc on the defensive end. She has a relentless motor and utilizes her quickness to be all over the court. I liked her offensive ability to slice and dice through defenders to get to the rim. Overall her playmaking ability and competitiveness caught my attention. 

Ava Ford 2025 6-0 Forward Liberty (CA)

Ford is a solid looking small college prospect. She holds her own inside by defending the paint and cleaning the glass on both ends of the floor. I like her demeanor as she is determined to continue to improve her game. Ford executes her roll and plays hard. With continued development, her recruiting stock will grow.

Celeste Mack 2026 6-1 Post Caruthers (CA)
Mack is another excellent rim runner and inside presence who compliments her team’s play. She is active on the glass and runs the floor well. She is another sleeper prospect for coaches to keep a tab on. I like her platform and potential to grow.

Dylan Zapolski 2026 5-6 Guard Justin Siena (CA)

Zapolski made some huge plays in her team’s game against Pyramid Lake. She has range and great playmaking ability on both ends of the floor. With being an underclassmen, Zapolski has room to continue to develop. She is another solid small college prospect.

Jailynn Clayton 2024 5-8 Guard San Joaquin Memorial (CA)
Clayton is a great looking guard prospect with playaking ability. She has a tight handle and can finish at the rim. Besides finishing inside, Clayton has good three level scoring ability. College coaches looking for an impact player, look no further as Clayton fills that need and has tremendous upside. 

Jaylee Moore 2027 6-0 Post Caruthers (CA)

Moore is showing great potential as she is a force inside by defending and cleaning the glass. She does a solid job as a rim runner and shows good inside scoring ability. A solid sleeper prospect for college coaches to keep an eye on. 

Jordan Washington 2025 6-0 Post Justin Siena (CA)

Washington is a solid post player who cleans the glass on both ends. She is a solid rim runner and impacts the game with her inside presence. With continued development, Washington has the potential to make a splash at the college level (small college).

Kamil Reid 2024 5-9 Guard Carondelet (CA)

A high octane defender who has a relentless motor. She is a lockdown defender who has an elite offensive skill set. Reid can score at all three levels and competes at a high level. A solid fundamentally sound prospect with tremendous upside. 

Kate Schat 2025 5-8 Guard Newman (CA)

Schat plays with good confidence which is evident why she can knockdown shots in crucial moments of the game. A solid shooting guard who has range and consistency, Schat lit it up for 30 points in the game I watched her. Besides hitting shots from deep, she can drive the ball and finish at the rim. A junior poised to have a huge year this upcoming winter. 

Kayla Carpenter 2025 5-9 Guard Caruthers (CA)

Carpenter is a good looking prospect at the point guard position. She competes at a high level on both ends of the floor, facilitates, and controls the game tempo. Carpenter has a tight handle and compliments her team extremely well. She is destined to have a huge junior campaign and college coaches should keep an eye on this hidden gem.

Keshia Vitalicil 2024 5-7 Point Guard Carondelet (CA)

Vitalicil goes 0 to 100 really quick as she has a motor on both ends of the floor. An extremely intelligent floor general, Vitalicil controls the tempo and does a great job facilitating the offense. She has good scoring ability, another solid floor general with great upside. 

Lauren Keller 2026 5-7 Guard Justin Siena (CA)

A downhill slashing guard who makes plays. She can score at all three levels and plays with a lot of passion and energy. Keller sparked her team’s win over a solid Pyramid Lake squad. With continued development, Keller will be a solid pickup for a small college looking for a combo guard.

Layla Dixon 2026 5-11 Wing Carondelte (CA)

Dixon has an incredible feel for the game and great court awareness. She reads the passing lanes well to snag steals and is a certified bucket from all three levels. Dixon has scratched the surface of her potential and will be a highly sought after prospect as she has the potential and tools to be successful. 

Lea Beamen 2024 6-3 Forward Liberty (CA)

Beamen is a sleeper prospect who can do it all. She has decent guard skills and the potential to play both the small forward and power forward positions. Beamen has the potential and colleges willing to invest into her development will see the sky’s the limit. This young lady is worth the look as she has a lot of upside.

Olivia Lara 2025 5-4 Combo Guard Pyramid Lake (NV)

Lara is a baller, she can flat out go. A southpaw combo guard who can score at three levels. Her play reminds me of a diamondback as she strikes hard and quick. Lara plays extremely aggressively and leaves everything out on the court. A solid prospect with a lot of upside. 

Shalaya Barraza 2024 5-3 Point Guard Pyramid Lake (NV)

Barraza is a crafty three level point guard who has a relentless motor. Her team is battle tested and tough which is led by the play of herself and backcourt mate Lara. The Lakers beat some bigger schools with their uptempo style. Barraza did a fantastic job on both ends of the floor as one of the team’s leaders. In order for the Lakers to defend their 1A State Title, Barraza needs to continue to lead her team.

Taissa Queiroz 2025 6-0 Guard Newman(CA) Queiroz is an intriguing high major prospect as she has the skills and ability to be a solid combo guard. A swiss army knife who can score at all three levels, facilitate, and handle the rock, Queiroz wowed me with her poise and decision making. I am confident many power five schools will be after her as she is a big guard with tremendous upside.