Fun-loving 6-5 center Erin DeGrate of La Vega (Waco, Texas) will be taking her tasty array of offensive and defensive talents to Louisville after she takes aim at another state title.
Versatile Pike (Indianapolis) wing Brittany Ward is staying home to play for Butler, but given her feathered phobia it probably helped that their nickname is the Bulldogs.
Natalie Chou almost didn't make it through her first week as a newborn, but these days the member of Team USA's U17 squad is flourishing in every way.
At maybe 5-foot-4, Goodrich (Grand Blanc, Michigan) star guard Tania Davis has almost as big a heart as her mother.
She was ruled ineligible for varsity basketball after transferring schools, so Kyra Lambert has gone on to become perhaps the most valuable junior varsity player Texas has ever seen.
With a legend on the bench, a vocal floor leader and several Division I-bound stars, Bedford North Lawrence has a 41-game winning streak and is ranked 13th in the nation.
Sisters Lanie and Kalyee Page, who brought Wamego (Kan.) its first-ever girls' basketball state title, have always been jumping ahead of the pack.
Many of them hope to play for a WNBA title themselves some day, but first the nation's top hoops prospects predict which team will take home this year's championship.
Gabby Green, the No. 9 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Super 60 for the 2014 class, has drawn comparisons to her idol, Kevin Durant, with her lanky frame and smooth dominance.
Jessica Jackson, the No. 17 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Top 100 for the 2013 class, is expected to sign her national letter of intent with Arkansas on Friday.