#B2BN Middle School Girls’ Camp Immediate Takeaways

The first-ever B2BN middle school girls’ camp had a very good turnout, with many talented players on display. Here are my immediate takeaways…


Morghan Reckley (5’6/PG/’28/WeR1)


IG: itsmorghan_03 / wer1girlz

X: @itsmorghan_03 / @wer1girlz


Morghan was one of the best playmakers in the building. She is a listed PG, and let me add a score-first PG to that. She can absolutely put the ball in the basket in a variety of ways. She had the entire bag open as she put on a scoring clinic. She is a smooth athlete with burst and was one of the most difficult players to contain off the bounce. Even though she is a dynamic scorer, she has a good feel for getting her teammates involved. She is at her best when looking to score, and she was able to get to any spot on the court that she desired. As good as Morghan was on the offensive end, I was very impressed with her willingness to defend and take the challenge of guarding one team’s best player. This will not be the last time you will hear her name.


Leah DeWitt (5’7/CG/’28/WeR1)


IG: Leahdewitt2 / Wer1girlz

X: @LeahDeWitt_2 / @wer1girlz


Leah is a baller and took advantage of the stage. There isn’t anything flashy about her game; she just goes out and contributes to winning in every aspect of the game. She scores from all levels, rims and runs, and makes good decisions with the rock in transition; she has very good vision and passing skills and is a crafty finisher at the rim. She was one of the best iso scorers in camp, and she competed relentlessly from start to finish in 5v5. When given the slightest bit of space, she uses her quickness and physical play off the bounce to get to the rack. Leah saw her stock rise today.


Leena Stapleton (5’3/CG/’28/FEA)


IG: leenabean2028


Leena is a listed combo guard, and for a good portion of the day during 5v5 play, she showed her ability to be a true floor general. She understands the importance of ball reversal, knows how to keep the defense moving, and does a good job getting her teammates involved. As she begins to eye life at the next level, she will have to continue to develop her PG IQ on the court and work on getting stronger and faster in the weight room. As camp went on, she showed her ability to knock down the perimeter jumper and was very consistent from the outside. I really loved her ability to play under control and orchestrate the offense.


Amelia Newman (5’9/SG/’28/Supreme Team)


IG: millie.newman31 / supremeteamgbb

X: @amelianewman31


Amelia is a shooting guard with good positional size. She showed her ability to score at all levels but was lethal from behind the arc. It took her a minute to get it going from deep, but she was highly productive with the trey ball when she did. She is a heady athlete who made good decisions with the rock and showed her ability to be a secondary ball-handler. She rebounds her position and has great potential as a defender. As she stays in the lab, it is going to be essential to keep an eye on her as she elevates her game.


Kamora Moore (5’5/CG/’28/WeR1)


IG: Momobucketz / WeR1girlz

X: @Momobucketz / @wer1girlz


Kamora is a two-way athlete who showed her potential on both ends. She was hands down one of the top players in the camp, regardless of classification. She showed her scoring prowess and was highly potent and prolific, scoring off the bounce. She is a downhill attacking guard who can create her own shot, and she put pressure on every defender who stepped up to guard her. She is a strong, crafty finisher who does damage in the paint and at the rim. She does a good job using her body to make her way through the defense on her way to the rim. Her instincts are off the charts on both ends of the floor, and she competes with a fierceness that could make her a highly sought-after prospect in the future.


Zoë Williams (5’5/CG/’29/Team Elite Hubbard 16U)



X: @ZoeWilliams2029


Zoë was one of the highly skilled players in camp. She has a great feel and understanding of the game. She showed her handles and her ability to initiate the offense. She can make high-level passes with both hands and has very good court awareness and court vision. Zoë does a lot of things really well and showed to be a reliable ball-handler who takes care of the ball. Not only is she very skilled but she is very smart with an impressive basketball IQ. She proved to be a player who can control the game as a scorer and a distributor, and unlike the other prospects in this article, she is a 2029 kid who had a great showing on the B2BN platform.