The Michigan Mystics are a staple program for grassroots basketball in Michigan. The Mystics Dalton 2026 team has represented the program in excellent fashion this season.. They were one of only 2 Michigan teams to play in the top Aqua division at the Run 4 The Roses, win their pool, and advance to the Platinum Bracket Championship. Their courts were consistently full of college coaches wanting to watch the talent on this team. Mystics Dalton 2026 is loaded with high level players and kids that already hold offers. Let’s look at the elite talent coming to high school basketball from the Mystics Dalton 2026 team.
Lilly Williams (Holds offers from CMU, Ohio State, and Michigan State, HS Team: Homeschool, Firebirds) “Lilly is 6’5” and has great feet and timing. She is a defensive force!! A great shot blocker. Offensively, she has a great touch and the ability to finish. She also prides herself in her passing; when teams collapse, she finds the open person for open looks. (Big time schools followed us around this July to watch Lilly). Lilly has great touch with both hands.” – Coach Dalton
Cece Arico (Holds an offer from CMU, HS undecided) “Cece is a competitor and is tall and athletic. She can get to the rim and draw fouls. There is huge value at being able to get to the line, and Cece makes a living there. She is an elite defender and rebounder. She is relentless at both ends of the floor. She is especially great at getting to the rim in transition, even with lots of defenders back. Cece is becoming a great 3 point shooter.” – Coach Dalton
Ava Rodriguez and Vanessa Rodriguez (HS Father Gabriel Richard) “These twins have a crazy high IQ and really understand the game. They can shoot the 3 from deep and off the dribble. They are shifty off the bounce can get to the rim and finish creatively. They are also elite defenders and are great rebounders for their size. They amaze me with the number of steals and rebounds they get each game.” – Coach Dalton
Keira Roehm (Saline HS) “Keira is one of the best 3 point shooters in the state in her class. She moves really well with out the ball and somehow gets herself open looks even when teams key on her 3. Keira is strong and has a great knowledge of the game. She’s makes the extra pass and is skilled at feeding the post.” – Coach Dalton
Alesia Ode (Saginaw Heritage HS) Alesia is a tall, long wing (5’10”). “Alesia has a nice touch and can get to the rim. She has a smooth stroke from 3 as well. She just keeps getting better…her potential is off the charts! Alesia is very versatile on both sides of the ball.” – Coach Dalton
Sadie Dykstra (Yale HS) “Sadie is a 6’0” athletic wing that can move inside and out. Crazy athleticism!!! She can jump out of the gym to get rebounds and gives lots of effort on D. She elevates well when attacking the rim off the dribble. The upside on this kid is huge.” – Coach Dalton
Addy Pyles (2027, from OH – in the process of moving, HS undecided) “Addy is a 6’0” wing that can shoot the 3. She has a smooth stroke from the outside. Playing up 2 years, her potential for the future is huge. Addy is an excellent passer and ball handler, especially considering her age and size.” – Coach Dalton