Windward (Los Angeles) point guard Jordin Canada will take her exceptional ballhandling skills -- and exceptional sportsmanship -- across town to UCLA.
The 2014 girls' basketball recruiting class is full of speed, athleticism and versatility.
Mater Dei captured the top title at the Nike Tournament of champions and can thank the sharp-shooting Samuelson sisters, Karlie and Katie Lou, who shared the MVP honors, for getting them there.
Jordin Canada, the No. 4 prospect in the 2014 class, says nobody will ever outwork her.
Never mind the debate between Kobe and Barkley. The U.S. women are the real Dream Team of the London Games, dispatching opponents by an average of 37.6 points a game.
Canada came out with a great game plan, trying to slowing down games with a deliberate offense. Trouble was, it didn't make any difference against the U.S. women, who put the clamps on Canada's top scoring threats.