Imani Stafford, the No. 10 player in the 2012 class who has rich basketball bloodlines, chooses Texas over USC.
Nirra Fields gives UCLA a stacked backcourt and clearly outlines the program's recruiting focus for the 2013 class -- post players.
Moriah Jefferson, the No. 2 player in the class of 2012 according to ESPN HoopGurlz, verbally committed to Connecticut Thursday.
From expected No. 1 overall pick Maya Moore to which players might hear their names called at the top of the second round, Chris Hansen of HoopGurlz breaks down his Top 20 WNBA draft prospects.
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.
Whitney Young has competed on the national scene with a 60-5 record the last two season but has always been missing at least one key piece. That all changes this week.
The class of 2011's top two players remain unchanged in the latest rankings, though Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, climbed in what was the closest race for the No. 1 spot in ESPN HoopGurlz history.
Stanford continues it's roll in recruiting into the 2011 class with its third top 100 recruit in the 2011 class.
Taya Reimer is only in eight grade, but maturity is a strength for her.
There are plenty of big names still undecided that will change these rankings, but right now Baylor has the best class, writes Chris Hansen.
After a adjustment period both on and off the court, Londoners Azania Stewart and Josette Campbell have taken to America, writes HoopGurlz's Chris Hansen.