The nation's top prospects, including Connecticut-bound Katie Lou Samuelson and Louisville-bound Asia Durr, are set to sign their national letters of intent this week. Get prepared for the deluge of letters with our A-to-Z guide to signing week.
Fashion plate Taja Cole is used to stealing both the ball and the spotlight, so don't worry about the Lloyd C. Bird (Chesterfield, Virginia) point guard getting lost amid the other stars in Louisville's top-ranked recruiting class.
Undeclared Asia Durr, the MVP of the USA Basketball U16 team last summer, will join forces with UConn recruits Katie Lou Samuelson and De'Janae Boykin on the U17 USA team that is heading to the Czech Republic.
Asia Durr and Katie Lou Samuelson headline the list of 39 elite players who were invited to try out for USA Basketball's U17 team that will go for gold at the 2014 FIBA U17 World Championship this summer.
Asia Durr, the No. 1 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Terrific 25 for the 2015 class, sets three USA U16 records and leads the United States to the gold medal at the 2013 FIBA Americas U16 Championship in Cancun, Mexico.
Kalani Brown became the first member of her family to win a state title when she led Salmen (Slidell, La.) to a last-second win in the Class 4A title game. Top prospects Diamond DeShields, Kailee Johnson and Asia Durr also celebrate state titles.