Alyssa Rice, the No. 11 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Super 60 for the 2014 class, has mad skills on the court and in the kitchen.
Duke commit Azura Stevens, a junior at Cary (N.C.) says she couldn't resist the beauty of the Blue Devils' campus and its proximity to her home.
Colorado signee Haley Smith of Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.) will be taking a passion for basketball and books to Boulder.
Alexandria Harris says she chose Penn State because the coaches made her feel like family from the start of the recruiting process.
Katie Lou Samuelson, the No. 2 prospect in the 2015 class, says making videos is her favorite hobby. The Mater Dei sophomore isn't bad at starring in highlights, either.
Vanderbilt commit Rebekah Dahlman looks up to her big brother and tries to one-up her big sister.
Cal commit Mikayla Cowling hopes to follow in the footsteps of big sister and Loyola Marymount star Alex Cowling.
Virginia Commonwealth commit Camille Calhoun of Archbishop Spalding (Severn, Md.) says versatility is a big part of her game.
Iowa commit Alexa Kastanek, the No. 100 prospect in 2013 from Lincoln Southeast (Neb.), says she'll run through the wall for her teammates and coaches.
Baylor commit Nina Davis of Memphis Central (Tenn.) embraces No. 13 and hopes it will carry her to another state title.
Stanford commit Kailee Johnson says her game is a lot like Scottie Pippen's but she still has a lot to prove to her grandpa.