The latest news and information on women's college basketball recruiting.
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.
So far, Asia Durr has done nothing but win. On Tuesday, the No. 2 prospect in the nation is expected to choose between Baylor, Duke, Louisville, Maryland and Notre Dame.
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.
"Selfie queen" Destinee Walker has an interest in modeling, but the Lake Highland Prep (Orlando, Florida) guard's performance on the court is a thing of beauty, too.
The practice of preaching made Conway perfect down the stretch last season. And now Jordan Danberry and the Arkansas state basketball champions covet more.
Like her NBA Hall of Fame dad, Gonzaga Prep point guard Laura Stockton has learned to take her coach's criticism, and then take over on the court.
Jada Peebles is the 13-year-old daughter of a Wolfpack football legend. She has accepted a scholarship to play women's basketball at NC State.
Asia Durr, the top undeclared prospect in the 2015 class, says Baylor, Duke, Louisville, Maryland and Notre Dame are still in the running. She's hoping to announce her destination in November.
Kyra Lambert spent last season playing on her high school's junior varsity team. Now the point guard from Texas' Samuel Clemens will be heading to Duke after her senior season.
If USA U18 team member Beatrice Mompremier keeps making progress on her practice habits and temper, she could follow in Sylvia Fowles' footsteps and become the next great center from Miami.
Kentucky's Gatorade player of the year already had a work ethic for the ages, and now that Erin Boley is focusing on nutrition, more and more elite college coaches are coming back for seconds.
There's no telling how good Southern Cal recruit Ayanna Clark could be as the center continues to harness the athleticism and catcher's strong arm she developed on the softball diamond.
Even LeBron James took notice when Lauren Cox scored 20 points to help the United States hold off Spain 77-75 to strike gold at the 2014 FIBA U17 World Championship in the Czech Republic.