A'ja Wilson, the No. 1 prospect in the 2014 class who signed with South Carolina last month, will get an early chance to make a good first impression on Gamecocks coach Dawn Staley after receiving an invitation to try out for USA Basketball's U18 team.
Notre Dame recruit Brianna Turner was named MVP, but we call Jordin Canada, Shakayla Thomas, Lynee' Belton, Chatrice White, Bianca Cuevas and A'ja Turner up to accept their awards from the McDonald's All American Games.
Could Candace Parker be getting some company? A'ja Wilson, the undeclared No. 1 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Top 100, looks to become the second girl to win the McDonald's slam dunk contest on Monday night when she takes on seven boys.
Twenty-four of the biggest stars, hailing from 14 different states and heading to 13 different schools (with one undeclared prospect), are in Chicago for the McDonald's All American Games. Take a look.
Unfazed by the pressure of being the No. 1 prospect in the nation and her looming college decision, A'ja Wilson just keeps having fun -- and getting even better -- as her high school career winds down.
Katie Lou Samuelson helped Mater Dei avoid a first-round upset, Bianca Cuevas guided Nazareth to a come-from-behind win, and Ayanna Clark came up big for Long Beach Poly on Day 1 at the Nike Tournament of Champions.