Diamond DeShields, Allisha Gray, Stephanie Mavunga and Jessica Washington make for an exciting day in Chapel Hill with the trio committing to North Carolina.
Notre Dame scores back-to-back elite recruiting classes, which should allow them to take a seat with the elite in women's basketball.
The quartet of Mercedes Russell, Kailee Johnson, Jordan Reynolds and Jaime Nared has given coaches and scouts around the country a reason to talk about Oregon basketball.
ESPN HoopGurlz releases its initial prospect rankings for the class of 2013 with the ESPNU HoopGurlz Terrific 25.
There was plenty of individual brilliance on the girls' side of the Nike Extravaganza card.
Not even a visit to Oklahoma could dissuade Richa Jackson from her dream.
Northern California rivals the southern part of the state as a breeding ground for girls' basketball talent, and the EBX Fall Showcase featured a great sampling.
Whitney Bays' combination of size and ability make her West Virginia's top hoops prospect in recent memory, writes Glenn Nelson.
The McDonald's All-American Game for girls will be the emerging new order in women's college basketball., writes Glenn Nelson.
HoopGurlz's Glenn Nelson recaps a year in which UConn and Tennessee again dominated the recruiting trail, Maya Moore shined and post players dominated.
HoopGurlz.com reports on the commitment of Adaora Elonu to Texas A&M.
Club and high school girls' basketball both have their place, and June is the perfect time to celebrate and recognize the advantages of both.
Even back in 2008, it was easy to envision a Skylar Diggins-Brittney Griner matchup for the NCAA national championship.
Success in the Big Dance and prime seeding can be minimized back to recruiting, plain and simple.
Fifty-nine recruits in the ESPN HoopGurlz Hundred have committed with five schools -- Boston College, Connecticut, Duke, Louisville and Maryland -- each having snared at least three ranked prospects, and UConn being the only one with four.