Girls of Summer: Player Rankings

Taissa “Tissa” Queiroz (left) will be playing in the 2023-24 season at Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa) as an exchange student and should be one of the top players in the state & nation. She’s from Brazil and has international experience. At right are Amalia Holquin & Emily Eadie from Sage Hill (Newport Beach). They are both in the top 12 of all players seen this summer. Only Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth) can match. Photos: Harold Abend & @sagehillgbb /

Here’s a chart of the 125 top players viewed by the Girls of Summer Caravan during all events attended in person. It starts with the only player to get a 9.5 mark out of 10 down to everyone with 7.0 or higher. This isn’t a ranking of the top 125 players in the state because not all of them were able to be seen in person at a summer event (most notably the girls from Etiwanda).


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In 2005, when Cal-Hi Sports was part of Student Sports and we were all part of ESPN, as the lead girls basketball analyst for Cal-Hi Sports back then just like today, we were asked to evaluate the players invited to the Nike Elite Skills Academy for the top incoming seniors and juniors in the nation.

The four-day event was held before the NCAA Viewing Period from June 30 to July 4 at the Nike Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon.

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