Twenty-four of the biggest stars, hailing from 14 different states and heading to 13 different schools (with one undeclared prospect), are in Chicago for the McDonald's All American Games. Take a look.
Louisville recruit Emmonnie Henderson nearly injured her knee, and Cal recruit Courtney Range has a thumbs-off order for the remote. UConn's Saniya Chong and Notre Dame's Lindsay Allen and Taya Reimer will watch in person at the Final Four.
Jon Samuelson has two daughters playing basketball at Stanford and another headed to UConn, and while he's helped hone their games in hidden gyms throughout Southern California, finding him at games is no easy task.
Cal Poly advancing in the NCAA tournament at 14-19 is fun, and those schoolchildren supporting Wichita State are cute, but the Texans' Arian Foster has a reminder of what the tourney's real bottom line is.
Lia Neal and Missy Franklin may be two of the most famous Olympians swimming this week at the NCAA championships, but they've got company. Olympians from countries such as Iceland, Sweden, Poland, Egypt, Singapore and Bulgaria also will lap it up.