The University of Louisville women's basketball team has enjoyed a ton of success on the floor and in recruiting in recent years.
U of L head coach Jeff Walz and his staff are trying to continue that trend as the program moves into the ACC next season.
And if the U of L Elite Camp is any indication, the Cardinals are still on a roll.
Walz hosted around 100 prospects for the U of L Elite Camp on Wednesday at Cardinal Arena, including some of the Cardinals' top targets and some of the elite young talent in the area.
Here are a few of the top prospects at the Elite Camp in Cardinal Arena:
- One of the U of L 2015 commitments - Taja Cole - attended the camp and was a standout. She committed to the Cardinals a few months ago and is the No. 18 player in the '15 class, according to ESPN.com. She is from Richmond, Va.
- Charlotte, N.C., Myers Park guard Aliyah Mazyck is ranked as the No. 37 prospect in the Class of 2015 by FullCourt.com and attended the camp. She averaged 17 points a game in helping lead Myers Park to a state title. She's also hearing from Florida State, Auburn, Duke, Ole Miss, Florida, Georgia and Georgia Tech.
- Among the top in-state young prospects in attendance was 2016 star Erin Boley of Elizabethtown. A top-10 prospect nationally, Boley is also looking at Kentucky, Connecticut, Tennessee, Notre Dame and Stanford.
- Perhaps the two top 2017 prospects in Kentucky - Bullitt East guard Lindsey Duvall and Butler's Jaelyn Penn - played at the camp, along with top 2018 prospect Blair Green of Harlan County Central in Eastern Kentucky.
- There was a little Schimmel in attendance. Milan Schimmel is a 5-foot-9 player in the Class of 2018 and the younger sister of former U of L All-American Shoni Schommel and current U of L guard Jude Schimmel. This one is left-handed.
- Cincinnati Lakota West '16 guard Nia Staples has some USA Basketball experience, while '16 guard Mercedes Brooks is one of the top prospects in the state of Texas.
- Micah Scheetz was named Tennessee Miss Basketball as a sophomore after helping Knoxville Webb School to a state title. She averaged 16.5 points four rebounds, three assists and three steals a game and was at camp.
- Two other elite-level '16 prospects in attendance were Kaitlyn Rodgers of Birmingham, Ala., and Jackie Young of Princeton, Ind., two top '16 centers attending were Kasi Kushkituah and Faustine Aifuwa.
- Sacred Heart has an elite-level incoming freshman in guard Grace Berger.
- Other prospects in the All-Star game: Gaithersburg, Md., '15 Nicole Enabosi; Norcross, Ga., '16 guard Vashnie Perry; College Station, Pa., '16 forward Kyla Irwin and Huntsville, Ala., '16 guard Tyra Johnson.