BC UNITED Top 100 camp standouts
2021 6’2 F/C Tara Wallack, Semiahmoo Secondary School, Surrey B.C.- Tara Wallack is a skilled, deceptively athletic big who has nice footwork in the paint, rebounds at a high level and can handle the ball. Wallack displayed the ability to use her length to defend as well as run the floor and finish in transition. Wallack If she continues to improve could possibly play at a mid to high major program at the next level.
2021 6’2 F Isabelle Forsyth, Semiahmoo Secondary School, Surrey B.C.- Izzy Forsyth is another athletic big out of British Columbia. Forsyth already possesses a college ready frame, coupled with the ability to finish around the basket, rebound at a high level and block shots. Forsyth like Wallack hasn’t reached her full potential in my opinion and when she does, the possibilities are limitless.
2021 5’9 CG Dejah Lee, Semiahmoo Secondary School, Surrey B.C.- Deja Lee is a very athletic combo guard who has the ability to penetrate and kick to the open teammate or finish at the rim. Lee handles the ball well, passes, and defends at a high level. Lee has a nice mid range jump shot that she can extend out to the three stripe. Keep and eye on Lee, if her development continues she could be a scary prospect.
2021 5’8 SG Samantha Shields, Riverside Secondary School, Coquitlam B.C.- Samantha Shields immediately caught my eye as she can shoot the mid range and three ball at a high level, has a certain confidence and swag to her game, that includes ball handling, high level passing ability and defense. Shields has a high basketball IQ and a good feel for the game.
2020 5’10 CG India Aikins, Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School, Surrey B.C.- India Aikins is another long athletic player that college coaches should pay attention to. India Aikins can run the floor extremely well and can finish at the rim through contact. Aikins can handle the ball well enough to play the PG at certain times and situations in the game, has a good feel for the game and plays hard and defends.
2021 5’5 PG Muskaan Waraich, Ecole Panorama Ridge Secondary School- Muskaan Waraich caught my eye due to her tough and gritty play on the defensive end of the court. Muskaan has good handles, defends at a high level, can knock down open shots and get to the basket and finish for her size.
2021 5’7 G Alyza Aikins, Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School, Surrey B.C.- Alyza Aikins is a tough crafty guard who defends at a high level, runs the floor well, passes well and can score in a variety of ways. Keep and eye on Alyza Aikins in the future.
2023 6’0 F Kanani Coon, Okanagan Mission Secondary School, Kelowna B.C.- Kanani Coon is an intriguing prospect as her skill set varies in her ability to handle the ball, rebound and block shots. Coon uses her length to create problems for the offensive player and is active on the offensive end of the basket where she can finish or get offensive rebounds and put backs. Coon appears to have a very high ceiling and we’ll keep an eye on her development in the future.
2021 6’1 F Makenna Jacklin, Okanagan Mission Secondary School, Kelowna B.C.- Makenna Jacklin competes at a high level on both the offensive and defensive ends of the floor. Jacklin has good footwork in the post, mid-range jump shot and can finish at the basket. Jacklin is still Developing and if she can add a consistent mid-range shot out to the three as well as improved ball handling, she can play at the next level.
2023 5’11 G Kiera Pemberton, Walnut Grove, Langley B.C.- Kiera Pemberton was arguably the most athletic young prospect at the top 100 camp. Pemberton appears to be still growing and poses a match-up problem due to her length and skill set. Pemberton can score in a variety of ways, slashes to the basket, mid-range, three ball and at the rim. Pemberton if she continues her development can be a big time prospect when its all said and done.
2021 6’1 Marijke Duralia, St. John Brebeuf Secondary School, Abbotsford B.C.- Duralia is a developing post player, who competes hard, rebounds and blocks shots. Duralia can finish in and around the basket with some consistency. Duralia will continue to improve and be a recruitable prospect.
2021 5’5 PG Maezell Del Mundo- Maezell Del Mundo caught my eye due to her competitive nature and the way she competed hard on both ends of the court. Del Mundo handled the ball well and shot the ball well. Not sure where Del Mundo would fit at the next level, but any kid that plays with that passion can find a home.
2021 6’0 Mackenzie Cox, Brookswood Secondary School, Langley B.C.- Mackenzie Cox is another developing player who competes at both ends of the floor. Cox is still developing and shows a good understanding for the game. Cox scored around the basket and rebounded well.
Under the radar prospects to keep an eye on:
2023 5’10 G Sahana Kanagasabay, Fleetwood Secondary School, Surrey B.C.
2023 5’8 G Ella Descoteau, Brentwood Secondary School, Mill Bay B.C.
2023 Yazmin Bath 5’7 PG , Meadowridge Secondary School, Maple Ridge B.C.
2023 5’6 PG Avery Neal
2023 5’8 G Maggie Curtis
2023 6’0 F Maddie Billings, Kitsilano Secondary School, Vancouver B.C.
2020 6’1 Sofia Bergman, Seycove secondary School, North Vancouver B.C.
2023 5’7 G Imaan Lali, Brookswood Secondary School, Langley B.C.
2021 6’1 F Mantoz Brar, Fleetwood Park, Surrey B.C.
2021 6’1 F Paris Kirk
2023 5’10 F Camille Hare, Southridge Secondary School, Surrey B.C.
JV Division players watch list (ongoing)- The following players are still developing and deserve future consideration as to their specific development. This list is ongoing and will be added to as I am traveling and scouting various locales.
Emma Yarwood class of 2024
Muskaan Singh-Atwal class of 2024
Kaija Rutledge class of 2024