The Fall NCAA Signing Period began on Wednesday across the country, and Arizona's top-rated 2014 girl's prospects took part in the activities. Many of the state's top girls prospects would sign national letters of intent on the day, and receive praises from their families, fans and overall supporters in a joyous occasion.
Leading the way on the day was top-rated girls prospect, Tempe Prep High Schools talented 6-foot-1 senior guard/forward Camille Zimmerman. Zimmerman would sign her "Likely Letter" on Wednesday with Columbia University, a member of the famous Ivy League and one of the top academic programs in the country.
Zimmerman is among the most uniquely talented prospects in the state – possessing excellent size and a unique skillset that allows her to play inside and out. She has very good toughness as a player and is a competitor that loves the game of basketball. She is only scratching the surface of just how good she can become, and I look forward to her continuing to develop a great deal over time and becoming one of the better college players in the country in the Ivy League Conference over time.
Also, joining Zimmerman on signing day were Mountain Pointe's developing and talented 6-foot-1 senior post Kaylah Lupoe (Hampton University), Scottsdale Saguaro's 5-foot-8 senior guard Casey Rarrick (Grand Canyon University), Seton Catholic HS 5-foot-10 senior post Julia Barcello (Colgate University), Dobson HS 5-foot-6 senior guard Tori Lloyd (Northern Arizona University), Mesquite HS 5-foot-8 senior guard/forward Cecily Wilson (Long Beach State) and Desert Vista HS 5-foot-5 senior point guard Emily Wolph (Santa Clara University).
Congratulations to each of these young women on their impressive accomplishments from our staff here at Arizona Preps.