The following players were selected from games covered on Court 2 at Shakopee High School on Friday, June 17th at North Tartan Summer Jam.
Kate Amelotte, North Tartan 2026 Nike
2026, Wayzata HS (MN)
-Amelotte led North Tartan to a convincing 67-29 opening round win over Team Wisconsin 2026 Vadnais, pouring in a game-high 17 points. She's already on the radars of several Division I programs with her advanced game. Connected three times from the arc, including twice off the right wing. Gets out in the transition game and also added a steal and score for another bucket. Moves well without the ball in her hands off the wings, including a well-executed curl cut for another score. One of top 2026s in Minnesota.
Aaliyah Crump, North Tartan 2024 EYBL
6'1" 2025 Guard, Minnetonka HS (MN)
-Crump registered a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds in North Tartan's 60-51 opening round win over Kingdom Hoops 2024 Elite. She was one of the top players, regardless of age level, at the loaded Summer Jam event. She is tremendous putting the ball on the deck, silky smooth with her jumper, including from the arc, and can take advantage of smaller defenders in the paint. She is among the best 2025s nationally. She has truly emerged as a player and her poise and confidence continue to grow rapidly as she finds huge success playing up an age level on the incredibly talented EYBL level.
Norah Erickson, Minnesota Stars 2023 Reineke
2023, Norwood Young America HS (MN)
-Erickson came up big for the Stars with a monster 16 point/18 rebound game, and they needed every bit of it, in one point win over Wisconsin Impact Sid. Did her scoring on the interior, where she proved difficult to contain. Scored off the right block, had a nice dive to the rim for a catch and finish, and used a spin finish on another interior score. She has good size and a strong frame. Added a short drive for another basket when facing the hoop. Her 18 rebounds were the most by any player in the games I evaluated this weekend at Summer Jam, she's gets after the glass on both ends of floor.
Megan Johnson, Wisconsin Flight Elite 2025
5'10" 2025 Guard, West Salem HS (WI)
-Johnson came up with a clutch performance in Flight's 54-53 opening round win over ETG Midwest Elite 2025. Cashed in four three pointers on her way to a team-high 14 point game. Also tallied 5 rebounds. She literally hit from across the three point, converting from the left wing, top of the key, right wing and right corner. Had a strong Freshman campaign at West Salem, where she averaged 11 PPG. She has good size for a wing and is also effective in the transition game. High caliber prospect.
Peyton McCabe, All Iowa Attack 2024 EYBL
5'6" 2024 Guard, Skutt Catholic HS (NE)
-The Drake commit was fairly quiet early in Attack's opening round 63-50 win over Minnesota Stars Bjorgaard, but when she started heating up Attack pushed the lead open and controlled much of the second half. McCabe finished with 11 points, including sniping home a trio of triples including one out of the left corner that was a dagger to the Stars. Also cashed in twice off the right side from the wing and the left lane extended. One of the earlier commits in the 2024 class, but has a great resume and is a proven winner at both the prep and club levels as an exceptional scorer.
Callie Oakland, Minnesota Fury 2026 Blue
5'11" 2026 Wing, St Croix Lutheran HS (MN)
-Oakland came up big for Fury in their opening round 58-57 win over Wisconsin Flight 2026 Nike. She led Fury with her 12 points and also added 6 rebounds. She has a strong build and did the bulk of her offensive damage on the inside. Scored off the left block as well as an inside score on an in-bounds. She is able to get out in the transition game as a wing or a front court trailer. Her biggest weapon though was on the boards, she gets after the offensive glass and showed she can finish in traffic, twice cashing in on offensive rebounds.