The northeast All-American camp is heading to New Jersey
At a time when exposure to high school girls' basketball was limited, the Northeast All-American Camp has been working on putting display cases together this fall / winter to help players achieve their basketball dreams.
Starting with a storefront in North Carolina and moving to Long Island in the New Year, the third camp is on April 3rd in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.
As the Northeast All-American Camp prepares again to be the focal point of the region over Easter weekend, let's take a look at some of the headliners who are said to be involved:
Shay Bollin (Bridgewater, MA), Bay State Jaguars: Bollin is a veteran of the racetrack who plays at several major events such as the 2019 SLAM Summer Classic. An oral commit from Duke University, Bollin has proven to be one of the most eclectic front-court prospects in the country. Expect her to lead the pack with her energy and skills.
Paris Clark (Long Island, NY), Exodus NYC: Clark is no stranger to the stage that these camps offer. She has established herself as one of the most competent guards in the region, playing alongside several McDonald & # 39; s All-Americans in the last club season. Clark has the potential to take her game to the next level starting April 3rd.
Justine Pissott (Toms River, NJ), Philly Rise: Much like Bollin, Pissott alerted the country with her early commitment to Tennessee. Pissott has been on a mission for the past 12 months to make sure grassroots basketball fans nationwide are familiar with their name and their game. As soon as it hits the hardwood, its versatility speaks for itself.
Paulina Paris (Saddle River, NJ), Team Rio: Paris has the eye of some of the country's premier schools, including the NCAA No. 1 Tournament, NC State, and UConn. Paris has skills reminiscent of former wolf pack guard Aislinn "Ace" Konig at the same stage in her preparatory career.
Paloma Garcia (Newtonville, MA), MCW Starz: As a representative of the Puerto Rican national team, Garcia brings an international flair to the camp. She is a seedy guard with ball in hand who is capable of playing downhill.
Amber Howard (Bensalem, PA): Howard brings a unique blend of size, length, and dexterity to the perimeter. She can play multiple positions. As a seasoned field shooter, keep an eye on Howard's long range shooting at camp.
Zahra king (West Chester, PA), Exodus NYC: King is a dynamic guard ready for a summer breakout in 2021. She can trigger the dribble and appears to be in attack mode every time the ball hits her hands. Such a stage is an ideal situation for a guard like King.
Ciera Toomey (Dunmore, PA), NEPA: Toomey already has a lot going for it and is in the perfect position to take this to a new level in a couple of weeks. Armed with multiple offerings, it has the size and capability that colleges across the country have come to expect from their front-court prospects, with the chance to rise in the national card rating as well.
Mikayla Blakes (Somerset, NJ), Team Rio: Blakes is a major contributor to your ability to put the basketball in the hoop. She can let it fly from the outside and get into the lane from dribbling. Add that to their willingness to pass, and the stuff is for a high-level guard.
Leah Harmon (Washington, DC) Boo Williams: Harmon is a tough guard who never shrinks from a bump or contact. That way, she's a potential leader of the pack in the class at the regional level when we make our way to this important proving ground. We plan to keep an eye on Harmon in this environment.
All details about the event including registration can be found here.