Since helping lead the LSU women's basketball team to the 2023 national title, Angel Reese seems to be becoming a bigger star by the week.
The 6-foot-3 center has been parodied on Saturday Night Live, featured in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, pulled in multiple endorsement deals, appeared in TV commercials and even made a prominent cameo in a rap video featuring Cardi B and Latto.
Many casual basketball fans first became aware of Reese when her taunting of Iowa's Caitlin Clark became a viral moment, but "Bayou Barbie" continues to prove that she will be a force to be reckoned with for years to come – on the court and off.
Reese showed up Wednesday at LSU coach Kim Mulkey's camp for young players, attracting a lengthy line of admirers that seemed to be never-ending.
LSU assistant coach Bob Starkey posted video of the line to social media, following it around several corners before finally coming to the end.
The Angel Reese Effect: @LSUwbkb’s Bob Starkey shared this video on Instagram of kids and their parents waiting in a long line to meet the Bayou Barbie. This is incredible. Keep inspiring the next generation @Reese10Angel. pic.twitter.com/P1xj22FIYJ— Farrah Yvette (@farrah_yvette) June 8, 2023
Reese has one year of eligibility remaining at LSU, and she has a chance to grow her brand even more during her time in Baton Rouge. At the moment, it's hard to argue against the idea that she's the biggest name in women's basketball – pro or college.