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.
The Connecticut women's basketball team gets a verbal commitment from Gabby Williams, the No. 8 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Super 60 for the 2014 class.
Colorado signee Haley Smith of Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.) will be taking a passion for basketball and books to Boulder.
Jordin Canada, the No. 2 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Super 60, gives a verbal commitment to the UCLA Bruins.
Tennessee recruit Mercedes Russell, the No. 1 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Top 100 for the 2013 class, is named the Gatorade National Player of the Year for girls basketball.
Taya Reimer of Hamilton Southeastern (Fishers, Ind.), a Notre Dame signee, was named the Morgan Wootten Player of the Year.
Georgia stars Diamond DeShields, a North Carolina commit, Kaela Davis, a Georgia Tech commit, and Lexie Brown, a Maryland commit, headline the list of Morgan Wootten Player of the Year finalists.
Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.), which has been No. 1 in the espnW 25 power rankings for the past 10 weeks and looked invincible most of the season, suffered its first loss, throwing the national title up for grabs.
Diamond DeShields, the headliner in North Carolina's top-ranked recruiting class, is named the 2013 Naismith Girl's High School Player of the Year.
The 2015 girls' basketball recruiting class is full of game-changers and players with outstanding skills. A by-the-numbrs look at the espnW HoopGurlz Terrific 25 for the sophomore class.
The 2014 girls' basketball recruiting class is full of speed, athleticism and versatility.
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.
Jordin Canada, the No. 4 prospect in the 2014 class, says nobody will ever outwork her.
Baylor commit Nina Davis of Memphis Central (Tenn.) embraces No. 13 and hopes it will carry her to another state title.