Louisville's women's basketball staff hosted an elite camp on Wednesday with a ton of top prospects; Cards had about 55 players on campus

The University of Louisville's women's basketball staff hosted an elite camp on Wednesday with a ton of top prospects participating at Cardinal Arena. The Cardinals had about 55 players on campus from 19 states.

The University of Louisville women's basketball staff hosted the second of two Elite Camps on Wednesday.

The staff welcomed around 55 campers from 19 different states with many of the top players in the state of Kentucky and surrounding states, plus some stars from Texas and Iowa, showing up on campus.

The camp is structured for the prospects to play in game situations and also get skill work accomplished. Among those working the camp were former U of L stars Dez Byrd and Asia Taylor.

Here were a few of the top performers from the Elite Camp:

Zoe Young - The 5-foot-10 point guard from Urbandale, Iowa, is a special talent. She's ranked by ProspectsNation.com as the No. 1 player in the Class of 2019 and she certainly looks the part. She was recently a finalist to make the USA Basketball U17 National team.

Sarah Andrews - The 5-foot-8 Andrews is from Irving, Texas, and is considered the No. 1 player nationally in the Class of 2020. Former NBA coach John Lucas tweeted last summer that Andrews would be the "next special player to come out of Texas."

Treasure Hunt - The 5-foot-11 Hunt is smooth and will be one of the best 2020 players in Tennessee, while her sister - Amber - is a 2018 prospect and is a rugged competitor.

Blair Green - One of the state's top players, the Harlan County High School standout is a member of the Class of 2018 and has grown and gotten stronger since last summer. She is 6-foot-1 and plays with a lot of confidence.

Lindsey Duvall - The former Kentucky commitment from Bullitt East looks much more confident than when we saw her at the end of the season. She sat out much of her junior season with an injury and is back on track towards living up to her top 20 ranking in the '17 class.

Elizabeth Balogun - The 6-foot-3 prospect from Chattanooga, Tenn., is a top target in the '18 class for the Cardinals. She's so skilled and looks very versatile and is ranked as a top 25 prospect nationally.

Grace Berger - Another in-state target, the 5-foot-11 Berger plays at Sacred Heart and has great handles and an unreal mid-range game. She's a talented kid in the '18 class.

Lo Lo Davenport - The 6-foot-1 wing from Plano Texas represented herself well; she's a 2018 prospect ranked No. 44 nationally.

Shelby McDaniel - The sweet-shooting 2019 shooting guard came a long way - Honolulu, Hi., but was impressive.

Allyson Niece - The Simon Kenton High School 2018 guard is steady and smooth with the ball.

Makenzie Silvey - She's a 2017 prospect with a ton of range from Edwardsville, Ill. She was very smooth with the ball and can shoot from anywhere on the floor. Really liked her game.

Ajah Stallings - The 5-foot-9 2018 prospect from Indianapolis was the most impressive player on the floor once you noticed she was playing with one arm. Stallings has had no feeling and limited use of her right arm and hand since an injury at birth. She's still unreal and she's a Division I player for someone folks. Was fun to watch.

Tatyana Wyatt - A top 50 prospect in the '17 class, Wyatt was 6-foot-2 and very mobile and versatile. Nice post moves.

Beatrice Culliton - A star of the future? She's a 6-foot-2 post player from the 2022 class from Kansas. Will be a superstar is she continues to progress on the path she showed at this camp.


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