5’10 ’25 Justice Zimmerman (Carolina All-Stars)

There are several different ways to earn recognition on the basketball court, and Zimmerman does so through her incredible motor, unselfishness, and low-maintenance approach. She’s a strong, physical player who simply battles on both ends of the floor. Zimmerman possesses a nice IQ and overall knack for making plays within the flow of the action. She finishes around the basket, rebounds with consistency, and always makes her presence felt defensively. Add in her communication and willingness to do the little things, and it’s easy to see the value Zimmerman brings to a team.

5’7 ’26 Charlotte Tune (Team Mack)

Easily one of the most impressive floor generals on display, Tune runs a team with impressive poise and unselfishness. She has a really high-level understanding of where the ball needs to go and how to get it there. Tune utilizes her crafty handle and change of pace to reliably generate offensive opportunities for herself and others. She’s a useful shooter and capable scorer, but truly looks to set up her teammates whenever possible. Tune’s anticipation and use of angles makes her an amazing playmaker. She also makes her presence felt in transition and on defense.

5’11 ’27 Kaylin Hickman (BBB Elite)

It didn’t take long watching BBB Elite to notice Hickman and her versatile identity. She possesses great length and fluidity to pair with her feel and quality array of skills. Hickman posed consistent problems for opponents. She outworked others on the glass and capitalized on second-chance opportunities, but also created off the bounce, set up others, and hit jumpers at a strong clip. Hickman routinely overwhelmed opponents on defense and the glass. She has all the tools to be a notable prospect.

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