After 3 and a half days of drills, instruction and warm up games this evening is where the rubber meets the road in the boys and girls all star games. To this point I've identified 4 potential females vying for Top Camper as well as 3 males. All four of the ladies have can't miss Division One potential. The guys are different. There are a number of "athletes" but only one who's a sure fire D1 prospect.
The Native Top 50 Girls all Star Game was dominated by the Blue squad, 74-63. It wasn't as close as the score suggested. All Star Game MVP, 2017 Valerie V,Harjo had 14 points/5 boards/5 assists. She controlled tempo, dominating the Red team's guards both physically and mentally. D1's looking for a late signee this summer should grab V,Harjo.
It didn't hurt her cause in this game as she was complimented by her younger sister, 2021 Raycheal V,Harjo who's going to be something special. She tallied 18 points/5 rebounds. She's super active, long and aggressive. At 6'0' as an incoming freshman she has high major potential.
The third cog in the wheel on the victorious Blue squad, 2018 Aspen Williston, a 6'5" face up 4/5 dominated the boards. She had 13 points/14 rebounds and also went 6-8 from the charity stripe. She's high major plus with multiple offers already on the table.
To top it off, 2018 Kinsey Kinsel, a 5'11' wing guard chipped in with 15, completing the dominance for the Blue.
The bright spot for the Red, which lacked overall scoring power was 2018 E'lease Stafford. She's coming off a torn ACL, and was not at 100% but she still put up impressive numbers; 14 points and 7 boards. She holds an offer from Oklahoma State.
Video Below, Compliments of Brent Cawhee of NDN Sports. Thank you!