Deja Kelly, a 5-foot-8 middle schooler from San Antonio, has known seemingly all her life that she wanted to play basketball at Texas, her dad's alma mater, and now she's made it official.
On the verge of signing a top-notch 2015 class, Geno Auriemma and Connecticut land the No. 3 prospect in the 2016 class with a verbal from 5-6 point guard Crystal Dangerfield from Tennessee.
Muffet McGraw lands the No. 16 junior prospect in the nation when Princeton's Jackie Young announced what she's known since the summer.
Idaho native Destiny Slocum, the No. 4 junior in the nation, commits to join Mike Neighbors' squad at Washington.
USA Basketball gold medalist Destinee Walker becomes the top-ranked player in Sylvia Hatchell's stellar 2015 class.
Michigan State, Wisconsin, Rutgers, Western Kentucky and Houston have made the final cut for Khadaizha Sanders for one simple reason: they've been there from the start.
Brenda Frese adds to her outstanding 2016 recruiting class, getting a verbal commitment from in-state star Stephanie Jones, the No. 18 prospect in the Super 60.
Check out the school-by-school list of recruits for the 2015 class.
A standout from Myers Park (Charlotte, N.C.), Aliyah Mazyck becomes the first Top 100 recruit in Cynthia Cooper-Dyke's 2015 class.
Leaonna Odom, the No. 7 prospect in the 2016 class, is making a lot of jaws drop at her new school after transferring from Mater Dei.
After being named Kentucky's Gatorade Player of the Year as a sophomore, junior forward Erin Boley commits to the Fighting Irish.
New Jersey's Samantha Fuehring, a 6-3 forward, is the latest elite prospect to join Jeff Walz's stellar class.
She scored a game-high 40 points in Spain's gold-medal loss to the United States at the FIBA U17 World Championship, and now Angela Salvadores is taking her game to Duke.
Committing to a college early -- like 13-year-old Jada Peebles did at NC State -- can help a basketball player and her family avoid the turmoil of recruiting, but it also brings a lot of extra scrutiny.
It's the last shot at a state title (and straight A's), and a great chance to mentor younger players. Seven elite recruits in the 2015 class explain what senior year means to them.
Asia Durr, a point guard from Atlanta who has a long history of winning, says everything about Jeff Walz's program and the campus just felt right.