Posted On: 07/18/18 9:41 PM

OMAHA - Some of the top uncommitted talent in Nebraska and in the Midwest has arrived at Sapp Fieldhouse at the University of Omaha for the Mavericks' advanced specialty camp for high school players. 

The two-day camp started Wednesday with players spending most of their time working on position-specific courts, which was a great opportunity to see some of the top players side-by-side.

Here is a look at some of the top setters - listed alphabetically by graduation year - that looked really good on Wednesday.

Sami Clarkson - 2019 - Omaha Concordia (Nebraska)

Clarkson is already committed to the Mavericks, so she isn't exactly under the same pressure as some of the other athletes there looking for scholarships, which has to be a nice feeling. Although, she could easily be working out on the same court as younger players who will one day be looking to take her spot. Clarkson looked good going through position-specific workouts, but really shined during a lunch-time scrimmage with the current Mavericks. Clarkson is a real gammer and has a bright future ahead at Omaha.

Brooke Prochaska - 2019 - Sheyenne High School (North Dakota) 

Prochaska did some really nice things during the course

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