#PRO Resolution “The Return” Girls – RECAP

’22 Caelan Ellis (McEachern): Extremely high level prospect that had a great showing at #Resolution. An ELITE shooter that can consistently make shots from NBA range. However, Caelan is much more than just a shooter. She showed the ability to use various dribble combos and create in the lane as well. Definitely one of the state’s top players in the class of ‘22. Currently holds offers from Bethune Cookman & Southern Miss. Hopefully, the D1s in the state of Georgia don’t let Caelan leave without a fight!

’22 Cayla Cowart (West Forsyth): One of the crowd favorites from the showcase. Cowart didn’t have a good showing, rather a GREAT showing. Standing 5’10”, Cowart can play 1-3, depending on personnel. Known as one of the state’s top sharpshooters, she showed off her ability to handle the ball while being pressured and played solid defense throughout the day. Expect a BIG junior year from Cowart.

21 Kristyn Goshay (Heritage) – One of the camps top performers. Goshay used her speed and quickness to get in the lane to either score or pass to an open teammate. On the defensive end, she was a ballhawk, applying pressure to everyone she matched up with. A true two-way point guard that’s going to make a college program VERY happy.

’22 Laila Battle (Campbell): Watching Battle play was a breath of fresh air for any basketball fan that appreciates good basketball. She is not the fastest or most athletic, but somehow she manages to win the majority of matchups she crosses. You can tell she spends a lot of time in the gym honing her craft. Battle is a knockdown shooter but also has really impressive playmaking skills. She is a true winner that is going to be extremely valuable to a collegiate program.

’22 Haelim Adle (North Forsyth): Adle… “The girl with the pink highlights”, was one of the camp standouts! She played every position on the floor and did anything her Coach asked her to. Standing 5’8″, Adle is a wing with a versatile skill set and a strong frame. She is able to impact the game in various ways, she was truly a pleasure to watch.

’22 Katelyn Dunning (Mt.Paran): Another jet-quick floor general who was able to use her speed/quickness to her advantage on both ends of the court. Quick hands, defensive pest, scoring & passing ability, Dunning is ready to solidify her spot as one of the elite point guards in the state of Georgia. Low major D1s & D2s looking for a point guard of the future, Dunning is of that elk. Visit Katelyn’s PRO Movement profile: Here

’22 Jayla Cook (Redan): Her motor was unmatched at #Resolution. She attacked the rim aggressively and was everywhere on the defensive end. Gives 110% effort all the time. By the end of the showcase Cook made it clear to everyone in attendance she came on a mission, and achieved so…with flying colors.

‘21 Ajia Smith (Marietta): A high energy prospect that can play inside and out. The 5’9” wing has a high basketball IQ and is a good passer for her position. When she is not on the court, you can see and hear her on the bench cheering on her teammates. Whoever gets this girl, is getting them a STEAL. D2s & NAIAs… Smith is the impact high school prospect you are looking for!

’22 NeKaya Williams (Brookwood): If you aren’t familiar with NeKaya Williams… expect to start hearing her name quite often. The 5’9” combo guard is a tremendous playmaker who makes the right plays at the right time. On top of that, Williams also plays defense and rebounds well for a guard. Definitely one of the prospects with a high ceiling from #Resolution.

’21 Kenzia Williams (Monroe): The Albany native is a point guard that can really score the ball. She has elite ball handling ability and is excellent at getting in the lane, creating for her team. Already holding an offer from Wake Tech CC, expect more D2, NAIA & JUCO programs to make Williams a priority. Visit Kenzia’s #PRO Movement Recruiting Profile: Here

’21 Gabrielle Matthews (Elite Scholars Academy): Intriguing prospect that catches your eye with her versatility & unorthodox style. Matthews was able to use her body and strength to score with ease inside, over girls who were much taller. She also demonstrated her high basketball IQ showcasing her ability to bring the ball up the court and make the right reads. A nice all-around player who had the #PRO staff excited all day watching her!

’21 Jamiah Jones (Statesboro): Jones is an effective combo guard that brings toughness, energy & tenacity. Also jones is a elite student, holding a 4.0 GPA & 1210 SAT. College coaches in the PBC, SAC, SSAC & Conf. Carolinas need to look into Jones. She will be a multiple year starter at the collegiate level. Visit Jamiah’s PRO Movement profile: Here

’23 Jada Morgan (Jones County): Tough, hard-nose kid from Middle Georgia. Wing prospect that is very physical and strong. Morgan is a great finisher at the basket and also demonstrated her ability to knockdown the 3. The reigning Hypesouth Middle GA FRESH of the Year is looking to pick up where she left off from last season. Expect to hear the name JADA MORGAN a lot over the next few years!

’21 Camryn James (Jones County): 6’2″ post prospect that had a very impressive showing. Coming back from a knee injury, James showed positive signs of getting her body to the level she wants. James can consistently knockdown the 3 as well be a scoring option from the post.

21 Afrianno Jones (Greenforest): The 5’8″ guard proved to be a consistent 3pt threat as well as an overall competitor. Heart, toughness & will to win describe Jones perfectly. Jones helped lead an undersized team to a 3-0 day, speaks to the impact Jones had for the day.

’23 Makayah Harris (Marietta): Makayah was a pleasant surprise prospect at #Resolution. As an underclassmen, she emerged as a standout performer early in the showcase. Standing 5’8″, Harris is a great defender that can guard multiple positions. On the offensive end, Harris is a great slasher and can also hit the 3. Bright future, indeed!

’21 Nadya Mccown (Parkview): The Suwanee native is a prospect with size, skill & versatility. Mccown is a 5’10” wing that can score on every level and often a match-up problem. She has great size & a strong frame that allows her to get to her sweet spots and make plays.

’21 Joze Baker (Parkview): Baker is a speedy, tough point guard prospect that caught the eyes of Central Georgia Tech in her 1st game. She is a great perimeter defender that can guard full court. With her speed and quickness Baker can get into the lane and create for her team as well.

’23 Samiya Wayne (Buford): Only a sophomore, however, you can already tell Wayne is going to be a college point guard, at a high level. She has a great feel for the game, excellent pace & is the coach on the floor for her team. Playing for Coach Durden at Buford, the #PRO staff can’t wait to see how Wayne develops over the years.

‘21 Cynthia Engler (East Paulding): Engler proved to be a serious collegiate prospect during the showcase. Standing 5’11”/6’0”, the forward showed the ability to score in a variety of ways. Collegiate programs looking for depth in the front court, look into Engler!

’22 Gabby Hudson (Pace): Gabby was consistent throughout the showcase, on both ends of the floor. On offense, she is a guard that knows her strengths & makes the right play. Defensively, she’s sound and disciplined. College coaches love prospects that can thrive in their role. Gabby is the ultimate teammate that gets the job done!

’21 Thailand Smith (Archer): The 6’0″ post has a quiet demeanor but made key plays for her team whenever they needed her most. She’s a legit post presence that should start getting the attention of college coaches. Expect for her role to increase this season for Coach Dani at Archer HS.

’22 Alecia Reasor (Thompson – AL): Reasor is an aggressive guard that loves to get into the lane and finish or find a teammate. Watching her play, you can tell she loves the game of basketball with how hard she competes. Alabama native the #PRO staff will follow these next two years.

’22 Sariya Henry (Grayson): 5’11” Henry is a southpaw with a nice wingspan and overall skill set. She can consistently hit the mid range jumper and uses her length to finish over defenses in the paint. She will begin to get more attention from college coaches over the coming year.

’24 Taliah Grier (Central-Macon): A freshman…that played with confidence and made big shots. Grier can shoot the ball from deep and attack the rim with either hand. Young southpaw that will emerge as one of the NEXT UP in Macon, Georgia.

’22 Trazur Cooper (Central-Macon): Coming off a season earning GHSA Region 4-AAA 1st Team honors, Cooper showed her recent accolades are more than deserving. Cooper competes and plays with an edge coaches love. With the ability to impact the game in various ways, Cooper is set to have yet another standout season at Central-Macon.