Enough talk. It's just about time for action. Here's an A-to-Z guide to the women's basketball early signing period, which begins Wednesday.
Gabby Green, the No. 13 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Top 100 for the 2014 class, decides to stay put and gives a verbal commitment to coach Lindsay Gottlieb and Cal.
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.
Cal commit Mikayla Cowling hopes to follow in the footsteps of big sister and Loyola Marymount star Alex Cowling.
California sophomore DeNesha Stallworth, an All Pac-10 media selection this season, has been granted a release from the school, her father Chris Stallworth told ESPN.com.
Wanting to be near her family, ESPN HoopGurlz 100 point guard Brittany Boyd stayed close to home by committing to California.
Want to know how recruiting is going? Take a look over the years to assess the level of talent and how those pieces fit together.
Baylor leads the list of the top 2009 recruiting classes.
Yes, it's way to early to say who will have the top recruiting class of the year, but it sure if fun to try to figure it out. Glenn Nelson offers his take on how it will all shake out.
There are plenty of big names still undecided that will change these rankings, but right now Baylor has the best class, writes Chris Hansen.
The addition of Monique Oliver could make Long Beach Poly the best high school girl's basketball team ever, writes HoopGurlz's Glenn Nelson.