The Wilkins Summer League is premier event at this time period in Michigan girls basketball. There will be plenty of elite teams and talent in the Belleville gym. We’re going to look at some of the talent that will be on hand for college coaches and fans to see over the course of the event.
(2023, SF, Wayne Memorial)
Bass is a returning all conference player on a team with state title type talent. Her length, athleticism, and basketball IQ put her a step ahead of most.
(2025, PG, Dexter)
Blumberg is poised beyond her years at the lead guard position. She’s an efficient ball handler that gets the ball to where it needs to be.
(2025, PG, Wayne Memorial)
Wayne Memorial has a bit of a lead guard lineage and Bryant fits right in. She’s a downhill guard that can put a lot of pressure on an opposing defense.
(2023, PF, Lake Fenton)
Clement is one of the most active and effective post players around when it comes to boxing out and working for offensive position. This helps her stay ata high percentage when it comes to her looks at the rim.
(2024, SG, West Bloomfield)
Davis is a supreme talent in the class of 2024. She’s a terrific 2 way player that finds ways to influence every game.
(2023, PG, Howell)
Deurloo is a solid 2 way guard that can play on and off the ball. When she gives the ball up, she stays active, moving and cutting hard to create space.
(2023, SF, West Bloomfield)
Hendrix is a premier forward talent. She has the ability to work her matchups by playing inside-out or outside-in.
(2025, CG, Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard)
Miller has a very mature offensive game. She has a smooth jumper and is an underrated passer that can hit cutters in stride.
(2024, SG, Salem)
Moran really turned heads on the PGH Circuit this spring. She’s an athletic scorer that can pull up for a jumper on a dime.
(2025, SF, Ypsilanti)
Pernell is an athletic high upside wing. She can get up the court in a hurry and make big plays in the open floor.
(2024, PF, Belleville)
Peterson is a program type player. She’s all about grit, toughness, and just plain old out working her opponent.
(2024, PF, Hartland)
Rekowski is flying up the recruiting charts and for good reason. She’s a ferocious rebounder and could be an elite defender in the state next season.
(2023, SF, Belleville)
Stone-Palmer can attack the glass and both ends and uses her length to enhance her rim protecting abilities. She’s a strong finisher at the rim as well.
(2024, SG, Arbor Prep)
Utomi is a big time weapon off the wing. She can attack and score in a wide variety of ways making her a very tough matchup.
(2025, SF, Tecumseh)
Zajac came into high basketball blazing, and it looks like that will be a regular thing. She can flat out score in bunches and will always be a double-double threat in points and rebounds next season.