As a class of 2025er playing for a 16U Team, Seleh Harmon catches coaches eyes just skimming the roster.

Then she steps on the floor and everyone takes notice.

That’s what happened at the PGH Dynasty Region Finals in St. Louis, where Seleh drew rave reviews for her game as Team Trae Young battled some of the toughest teams in the Midwest.

Jason Green from Prep Girls Hoops called Seleh one to watch going forward.

“Do not leave No. 30 open.” I heard an opposing coach say it and it should probably be the mantra of every team that faces Team Trae Young. Seleh is an absolute scoring machine and can flat out fill it up. She showed a tremendous stop-and-pop/mid-range that the women’s game is lacking at the high-school level. She uses way above average handles to make room from anywhere inside the arc and when she senses that her defender is off balance…here comes a shot….The future is bright for Seleh Harmon and you as a coach owe it to yourself to get to a gym and see her as soon as possible.”

But Seleh wasn’t the only TTY standout at PGH. Toni Papahronis drew some attention with her post game.

And another pair of 2025ers, Avery Ragland and Saylor Eaton also turned some heads.