National Player of the Year: Jacki Gemelos, St. Mary's High, Stockton, Calif.
Coach of the Year: Michael Meek, Southridge High, Beaverton, Ore.
Unseating national power Oregon City as the state's top program is no easy task, but that's exactly what Michael Meek and the Southridge Skyhawks have done over the past two seasons. The sixth-year head coach guided the Beaverton school to back-to-back 4A state titles in 2005 and 2006, compiling a record of 56-2 in the process.
The Skyhawks finished this season ranked No. 7 in the final USA Today national poll with a 27-2 record, and knocked off aforementioned Oregon City, who had won state titles in 10 of the previous 14 seasons, in the championship game. Meeks' senior class included three Pac-10 signees, including MaxPreps All-American J.J. Hones (Stanford), Aarika Hughes (USC), and Stacey Nichols (Oregon State). The cupboard will be far from bare next season, as 6-3 sophomore Michelle Jenkins should help Southridge stay in contention.
The Skyhawks have a streak of 50-consecutive victories over teams from the state of Oregon, but have also faired well against national-level competition, earning victories over St. Mary's and Narbonne of California, as well as a 28-point win over Garfield, Wash. MaxPreps All-American Maya Moore and Collins Hill, Ga., handed Southridge one of its two losses on the year.
G - Jacki Gemelos (6-0, Senior), St. Mary's High, Stockton, Calif.
Opposing coaches designed elaborate schemes to stop Jacki Gemelos throughout her career at St. Mary's High in Stockton, Calif., but in the end, only an unfortunate injury could put the clamps on MaxPreps' 2006 National Player of the Year. Gemelos suffered a torn ACL in a playoff loss to El Camino, ending a run that vaulted her into elite company in the annals of high school basketball in California.
First, the numbers. Gemelos poured in 3,161 career points, eighth all-time in the Golden State. This season, the 6-0 guard averaged 37.9 points per game, 6.8 rebounds, and 4.7 assists. Gemelos had a season-high 52 against Edison in January, and toppled the 40-point plateau 13 times.
Gemelos was a three-time All-State selection, earning second team recognition as a sophomore and first team as a junior after averaging 25.3 points per game. St. Mary's accumulated a record of 54-11 over the past two seasons, and appeared in the CIF state title game in both 2004 and 2005. Gemelos will attend USC, joining three other highly-decorated high school players to form the nation's top recruiting class.
G - Epiphanny Prince (5-9, Senior), Murry Bergtraum High, New York, N.Y.
Prince created a permanent place for her name in the high school record books by piling up a national-record 113 points in a single game in February. The Rutgers-bound guard guided Murry Bergtraum to four Public Schools Athletic League titles during her career, and averaged 41 points, five assists, and four rebounds per game this season. Prince represented the East squad in the McDonald's All-American Game Wednesday.
F - Maya Moore (6-0, Junior), Collins Hill High School, Suwanee, Ga.
It's fitting that Moore joined University of Tennessee star Candace Parker as the only junior recipients of the prestigious Naismith Award, given annually to the nation's top high school basketball player. Parker is the player Moore is most often compared to, as both possess the ability to dominate the paint, or beat defenses from the perimeter. This season, Moore averaged 23.2 points, 11.2 rebounds, 5.4 steals, and 4.6 assists per game, leading Collins Hill to Georgia's Class AAAAA title for the second-straight year. The Eagles have compiled a record of 94-3 since Moore joined the squad as a freshman.
F - Tina Charles (6-4, Senior), Christ the King School, Middle Village, N.Y.
Charles will make the transition from one dynasty to another when she graduates from Christ the King and enrolls at the University of Connecticut later this year. New York's Miss Basketball helped lead her school to a perfect 30-0 record, the Class AA state title, and a No. 1 national ranking this season. Charles and Christ the King swept a pair of games against fellow first team MaxPreps All-American Epiphanny Prince and Murry Bergtraum, including a 79-66 victory in the AA title game. The New York City power also defeated Maya Moore and Collins Hill in the Nike Tournament of Champions in December. Charles, a McDonald's All-American, averaged 26.5 points per game and 14.9 rebounds on the season.
F - Elena DelleDonne (6-5, Sophomore), Ursuline Academy, Wilmington, Del.
It takes a special, once-in-a-decade, type of talent to be considered among the top five players in America as a sophomore. That's exactly what Elena DelleDonne is. It's tough to figure out where to start when describing the incomparable Ursuline star. How about her 50-point, 15-rebound performance against St. Elizabeth in the state championship game this year? Or her national record streak of 80-consecutive free throws made? Maybe her 26-point, 13-rebound average as a freshman, or leading the Raiders to a state title as an eighth-grader? With two years left to play and three state titles already in the bag, those accomplishments may be just a sneak preview of what's to come. DelleDonne averaged 27.7 points per game this season, and despite being 6-5, is an all-over-the-court scorer, as evidenced by her five three-pointers in the state title game.
G - Cetera DeGraffenreid (5-5, Junior), Smoky Mountain High, Sylva, N.C.
North Carolina was full of top-notch talent this season, including McDonald's All-Americans Jessica Breland and Joy Cheek, but DeGraffenreid may be the best of the bunch despite being a junior. A point guard with a scorer's mentality, DeGraffenreid led the state in scoring, averaging 32.7 points per game with six assists. She earned first team All-State honors from the Associated Press and has been the Mountain Athletic Conference Player of the Year three-straight seasons. As a freshman, DeGraffenreid twice scored 45 points in a game.
G - April Sykes (5-11, Sophomore), East Oktibbeha High, Crawford, Miss.
Mississippi's best player despite being just a sophomore, Sykes averaged 30 points per game, 10 rebounds, and 3.8 assists, leading East Oktibbeha to a 23-7 record and a trip to the 1A finals. The versatile guard was the only underclassman to earn first team All-State honors by The Clarion-Ledger. Sykes posted a career-high 46 points against Ethel this season.
F - Angie Bjorklund (6-0, Junior), University High, Spokane, Wash.
Already committed to Pat Summitt and the Tennessee Volunteers, Bjorklund averaged 20.3 points per game and helped the Titans earn a third-place finish in Washington's 4A ranks. The junior guard can do it all and did during University's four-game run in the state tournament, producuing 19.3 points, 8.5 rebounds, and 3.5 assists per outing, shooting 92 percent from the foul line and 57 percent from the three-point stripe.
F - Danielle Wilson (6-3, Senior), St. John the Baptist School, Bay Shore, N.Y.
Slightly overshadowed by Empire State stars Tina Charles and Epiphanny Prince, Wilson was every bit as dominant in 2006. The 6-3 post player averaged 29.1 points and 20.2 rebounds, earning a trip to San Diego for the McDonald's All-American Game. Wilson eclipsed the 2,000-point mark for her career, leading St. John the Baptist to three CHSAA titles. The New Yorker chose Baylor over Connecticut and Tennessee.
C - Jayne Appel (6-4, Senior), Carondelet High, Concord, Calif.
Appel earned California's Gatorade Player of the Year honor after averaging 26.3 points, 14.4 rebounds, and 5.8 blocked shots per game, leading Carondelet to a 29-4 record and the California Division II final. Appel's presence in the paint at the Bay Area-school will be sorely missed after she helped the school pile up an 84-11 record, two NorCal titles, and a state title over the past three seasons. The 6-4 post will take her game to Stanford.
G - Italee Lucas (5-8, Junior), Centennial High, Las Vegas, Nev.
Lucas burst on the hoop scene in Nevada as a freshman by scoring 42 points in a state tournament game and not many have been able to slow her down since. Committed to North Carolina, the electric point guard averaged 22.8 points, 8.6 assists, 5.2 rebounds, and 4.6 steals this season, earning state Player of the Year honors from the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Tar Heel fans are hoping Lucas can replace All-American Ivory Latta when she arrives at Chapel Hill in 2007.
G - Allison Hightower (5-11, Sr.), Seguin High, Arlington, Texas
The versatile Hightower produced 21 points per night with 8.2 rebounds and 3.5 assists to help Seguin to a 33-5 record and an appearance in the Class 4A Region I title game. The future LSU Tiger earned The Dallas Morning News' Player of the Year honor in an area known for producing top-notch talent. Hightower scored nine points in the McDonalds' All-American Game Wednesday, helping her West squad to an 80-76 victory.
G - Brittainey Raven (6-0, Senior), North Crowley High, Crowley, Texas
Raven led Dallas-area 5A schools in scoring at 27.2 points per game, also contributing 5.2 assists. The Texas signee teamed with fellow second team MaxPreps All-American and Texan Allison Hightower in the McDonalds' All-American Game. Legendary Jody Conradt and the Longhorns eagerly anticipate Raven's arrival in Austin after a disappointing 13-15 record this season.
F - Kayla Pedersen (6-4, Junior), Red Mountain High, Mesa, Ariz.
At 6-4, Pedersen is similar to DelleDonne in that she is just as effective facing up to the basket, or playing on the perimeter, as she is in the paint. The junior averaged 23 points, 12 rebounds, and 3.5 assists, earning state Player of the Year honors from The Arizona Republic. Red Mountain was the Class 5A Division I runner-up this season, and with Pedersen back in the fold, will be the favorite to win it all in 2007.
C - Amber Harris (6-5, Senior), North Central High, Indianapolis, Ind.
An athletic, 6-5 post, Harris dunked eight times during her high school career and will look to continue slamming the competition next season at Purdue. Indiana's Miss Basketball, Harris led North Central to back-to-back 4A state titles, averaging 16.5 points per game this season.
High Honorable Mention (Listed Alphabetically)
Talmai Aguirre (5-7, Senior), Silver City High, Silver City, N.M.
Aguirre is a standout on and off the court. The 5-7 guard outscored every player in New Mexico high school basketball history, both goys and girls, with 3,359 points, and maintains a 3.98 grade-point average in the classroom. This season, Aguirre averaged 32.5 points per game, 6.3 rebounds, and 4.3 assists, earning district most valuable player honors for the fourth-straight year.
Jessica Breland (6-3, Senior), Bertie High, Windsor, N.C.
Breland will stay home and play for North Carolina next season after averaging 23.6 points and 11 rebounds per game as a senior. Perhaps the best all-around athlete in the class of 2006, the future Tar Heel is a standout volleyball player and excels in track and field. Along with fellow MaxPreps All-Americans Cetera DeGraffenreid and Joy Cheek, Breland earned first team All-State honors this season.
Joy Cheek (6-1, Senior), South Mecklenburg High, Charlotte, N.C.
Cheek's numbers aren't quite as impressive as fellow North Carolina products Cetera DeGraffenreid and Jessica Breland, but the Charlotte guard proved sometimes it's about quality, not quantity, when it comes to statistics. Cheek was named North Carolina's Player of the Year by the Associated Press after leading South Mecklenburg to the state's 4A title, averaging 16 points, eight rebounds, and four assists. The McDonald's All-American took things up a notch when it counted, however, raising her scoring average to 23.5 during the postseason.
Lorin Dixon (5-4, Junior), Christ the King School, Middle Village, N.Y.
Dixon is the sparkplug for the nation's premier team, Christ the King, and some would say most valuable player despite the presence of first team All-American Tina Charles. The quick and extremely athletic guard is a gamer, leading all scorers in the Christ the King-Murry Bergtraum showdown to crown the state's AA champion, pouring in 34 points. Dixon has been a key component in the school's current 57-game winning streak and back-to-back USA Today national titles, averaging 11.2 points per game this season and helping distribute the ball to fellow CTK standouts Charles, Sky Lindsay, Kelly Barrett, and Aimee Levine.
Tayler Hill (5-10, Freshman), Minneapolis South High, Minneapolis, Minn.
She doesn't graduate until 2009, but every college coach in America knows the name. "Lady LeBron" is fast becoming a celebrity in Minneapolis after averaging 22.5 points per game and guiding South to a 29-1 record, including an appearance in the Section 6AAAA title game as a freshman. Hill earned first team All-State honors from the St. Paul Pioneer Press, but postseason honors are already becoming routine for the varsity "veteran". Hill was selected to the Minneapolis Star Tribune's All-Metro team as an eighth-grader, when she averaged 22.1 points per game, leading the area in scoring, and guiding her squad to the state tournament.
Dee Dee Jernigan (6-0, Senior), East Chicago High, East Chicago, Ind.
There aren't many players versatile enough to make a transition from post to point guard between their junior and senior seasons, and East Chicago's Dee Dee Jernigan may be the only one that has actually been asked to do it. Despite the shift in responsibilities, the Purdue signee averaged 16.2 points, 7.7 rebounds, and 4.5 assists, leading the Cardinals to an 18-6 mark and the 4A regional semifinals.
Shakara Jones (6-2, Junior), Howell Central High, St. Charles, Mo.
Jones led the St. Louis-area in scoring at 25.3 points per night, grabbing 8.5 rebounds in the process. The 6-2 post shot 64 percent from the floor, helping her Spartans achieve a 24-3 record and the Gateway Athletic League South and District 6 titles.
Jennifer Juergens (5-9, Senior), Bishop McNamara, Kankakee, Ill.
One of Illinois' most prolific scorers, Juergens poured in 25.3 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 2.6 assists per night for the Lady Irish. Headed to Loyola, the senior guard earned first team All-State honors by the Associated Press after leading Bishop McNamara to a 24-7 record and the Class AA quarterfinals.
Kaili McLaren (6-3, Senior), Our Lady of Good Counsel High, Wheaton, Md.
McLaren will join Christ the King's Tina Charles at Connecticut, giving the Huskies a potentially dominant post combination down the road. The 6-3 senior helped Good Counsel win back-to-back Washington Catholic Athletic Conference titles, averaging 17.7 points per game, 11.9 rebounds, and converting 70.7 percent of her field goal attempts.
Morghan Medlock (6-0, Senior), Narbonne High, Harbor City, Calif.
Medlock is the latest in a long line of stars at Narbonne that includes Willnet Crockett (Connecticut), Indi Johnson (Southern), Camille Lenoir (USC), and Loree Moore (Tennessee). The USC signee averaged 22 points per game, 15.4 rebounds, and 4.1 assists per contest this season, leading her team to its second-straight Los Angeles City Section title. Medlock also participated in the McDonald's All-American Game Wednesday in San Diego.
Bridgette Mitchell (6-0, Senior), The Peddie School, Hightstown, N.J.
Another agile and versatile six-footer, Mitchell also earned an invitation to the McDonald's All-American Game after averaging 18.2 points and 14.2 rebounds per game for The Peddie School. A future Duke Blue Devil, Mitchell was a three-time All-State selection in New Jersey.
Jenna Smith (6-2, Senior), Kennedy High, Bloomington, Minn.
Smith was the Minneapolis Star-Tribune All-Metro Player of the Year this season after posting 21.1 points and 10 rebounds per game, leading Kennedy to a 30-2 record and a runner-up finish Minnesota's Class AAAA. The Illinois signee helped Kennedy achieve a 58-4 record over the past two years.
Porsha Phillips (6-1, Senior), Redan High, Stone Mountain, Ga.
A two-time, first team All-State selection and McDonald's All-American, Phillips averaged 14.8 points per game and 7.3 rebounds for Redan. Phillips made a late commitment to Louisiana State and head coach Pokey Chapman, ending an intense recruiting battle between the Tigers, Georgia, and Georgia Tech.
Jasmine Thomas (5-9, Junior), Oakton High, Oakton, Va.
Thomas is one of the top juniors in America, averaging 23.7 points per game and leading her team in rebounds, assists, and steals. She put Oakton on her back this season and carried the Cougars to a 25-1 record and a district title. Thomas has already accumulated 1,808 career points, and is taking care of business in the classroom, as well, carrying a 3.4 grade point average. The Virginia guard should have her pick of colleges when it comes time to make that decision.
Amber White (5-7, Senior), Coatesville High, Coatesville, Pa.
White hails from the same Pennsylvania high school that produced Detroit Piston star Richard Hamilton. But if the senior guard keeps producing at North Carolina State like she did as a senior, she may supplant the world champion guard as the "Mayor" of Coatesville. White earned Pennsylvania Gatorade Player of the Year honors in 2006 after averaging 27 points, 8.7 assists, 6.9 steals, and 5.7 rebounds.
Honorable Mention (Listed Alphabetically)
Ashley Barlow (5-9, Senior), Pike High, Indianapolis, Ind.
Barlow is one of four MaxPreps All-Americans from the Hoosier State this season, joining Amber Harris, Dee Dee Jernigan, and Ta'Shia Phillips. The Notre Dame signee was named All-North Player of the Year by The Indianapolis Star after a productive season that saw her score 25.1 points per game, collect 9.2 rebounds, and distribute 4.7 assists.
Latear Eason (5-7, Junior), Hope High, Chicago, Ill.
Just a junior, Eason made her second appearance on the Class A All-State team this season after establishing herself as the Windy City's top guard. The 5-7 junior averaged 19.3 points, four assists, and 2.5 steals, leading Hope to 27-consecutive to begin the year.
Rebekah Gardner (5-10, Sophomore), Ayala High, Chino, Calif.
Gardner will be one to watch in California over the next two seasons after earning Southern Section Division II-AA first team honors in 2006. The sophomore wing was one of the state's top scorers, pouring in 28.8 points per night while swiping 10.6 rebounds. Gardner compiled 17 double-doubles and had a season-high 43 points and 15 rebounds against Glendora in January.
Theresa Lisch (5-9, Senior), Althoff High, Belleville, Ill.
Lisch was a two-time St. Louis Post-Dispatch Player of the Year and earned first team All-State honors in 2005 and 2006. As a senior, Lisch averaged 21 points and 5.2 rebounds, motoring Althoff to a 33-2 record and the Class AA title game. The future Saint Louis Billiken finished her high school career with more than 2,000 points, 500 rebounds, 300 assists, and 300 steals.
Michelle Harrison (6-2, Senior), Mountain View High, Orem, Utah
There wasn't much doubt that Harrison was the best player in Utah this season, as the Stanford-bound forward was named Miss Basketball by the Deseret Morning News and earned the state's Gatorade Player of the Year honor. Harrison averaged 17.8 points per game and 11.6 rebounds, carrying Mountain View to the 5A title game. The 6-2 senior finished her career as Utah's No. 1 all-time shot-blocker (463), No. 2 rebounder (1,053), and No. 4 scorer (1,682).
J.J. Hones (5-11, Senior), Southridge High, Beaverton, Ore.
Hones' numbers won't blow many people away (12.6 points per game), but her legacy of success at Southridge is worthy of attention. The Stanford-bound point guard helped Southridge capture back-to-back 4A titles over the past two seasons, accumulating a record of 56-2 in the process. Her modest numbers are due in large part to sharing the spotlight with fellow Pac-10 signees Aarika Hughes (USC) and Stacey Nichols (Oregon State), as well as standout sophomore Michelle Jenkins.
Ashley Houts (5-6, Senior), Dade County High, Trenton, Ga.
A two-time selection as Georgia's Class AA Player of the Year, Houts averaged 22.7 points, 6.5 steals, and 4.5 assists for Dade County this season, and added 11 more in the McDonald's All-American Game Wednesday. The future Georgia Bulldog finished her high school career with over 2,500 points, 800 steals, and 500 assists.
Dedrea Magee (5-9, Senior), Picayune High, Picayune, Miss.
Mississippi's Gatorade Player of the Year, Magee was a force for the Lady Tide of Picayune, averaging 26 points and 7.5 rebounds per game. Headed to Alabama next season, Magee racked up 2,126 career points and posted an incredible triple-double against Bay High School this year, scoring 40 points, grabbing 10 rebounds, handing out 10 assists, and throwing in six steals for good measure.
Adrian McGowen (5-10, Senior), Goodrich High, Goodrich, Texas
The nation's all-time leading scorer, McGowen tallied 4,506 points in her high school career, including a 49-point average as a junior. The 5-10 guard didn't face the best Texas had to offer on a consistent basis playing in the state's 1A ranks, but still, not many players make their high school debut as a freshman with a 62-point outburst, or throw up 75 as a junior, the eighth-best, single-game all-time. McGowen will graduate from Goodrich High (Enrollment: 90) and move on to Texas A&M later this year.
Jacinta Monroe (6-4, Senior), Stranahan High, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
The state of Florida's most dominant force this season, Monroe averaged 20.5 points per game and 15.9 rebounds. An All-State mainstay since her sophomore season, Monroe will attend Florida State University next season. The Stranahan standout was the state's Gatorade Player of the Year.
Abi Olajuwon (6-4, Senior), Marlborough High, Los Angeles, Calif.
Yes, she is the daughter of NBA legend Hakeem Olajuwon, and like her father, Abi has the ability to dominate the low post. The Marlborough High senior will play for Sherri Coale and the Oklahoma Sooners next year after averaging 15.9 points and 15.4 rebounds per game as a senior, helping her Mustangs to a 25-4 record.
Ta'Shia Phillips (6-6, Junior), Brebeuf Jesuit Prep, Indianapolis, Ind.
An early candidate for Indiana's Miss Basketball 2007, Phillips averaged 18 points, 13.5 rebounds, and 2.4 blocks as a junior. The 6-6 center bested Indiana's Miss Basketball 2006, Amber Harris, for Gatorade's Player of the Year honor and earned second team All-State by the Associated Press. Phillips is committed to Purdue, but that could change with head coach Kristy Curry leaving the Boilermakers for Texas Tech Thursday.
Regina Rogers (6-4, Junior), Chief Sealth High, Seattle, Wash.
Despite a season that ended in controversy over the eligibility of several players in the program, Rogers helped lead Chief Sealth to its second-consecutive 3A title by averaging 16 points and 11 rebounds. The 6-4 junior earned Player of the Year honors from The Tacoma News Tribune. If Sealth's roster, which includes fellow 6-4 junior Christina Nzekwe and several other non-senior standouts, remains intact for 2007, it's not unthinkable that the Seahawks could make a run at the national top 10 after a 29-0 mark this season.
Amanda Thompson (6-0, Senior), Whitney Young High, Chicago, Ill.
Oklahoma head coach Sherri Coale proved she is one of the nation's best recruiters by luring Thompson out of Chicago. Illinois' Gatorade Player of the Year, Thompson averaged 17.9 points, 12 rebounds, and three blocks per game, leading Whitney Young to a 29-2 record and a state runner-up finish. The future Sooner scored 11 points in the McDonald's All-American Game Wednesday.
Monica Wright (5-11, Senior), Forest Park High, Woodbridge, Va.
Wright capped a storybook run at Forest Park by helping her Bruins to a 25-5 record and the Virginia AAA title for the second time in three years. The Virginia signee was a threat to record a triple-double every time she stepped on the floor, averaging 21 points, nine rebounds, and six assists per game. Wright led the East squad in scoring at Wednesday's McDonald's All-American Game in San Diego with 13.
MaxPreps All-America Breakdown
Arizona: Kayla Pedersen (Red Mountain)
California: Jayne Appel (Carondelet), Rebekah Gardner (Ayala), Jacki Gemelos (St. Mary's), Morghan Medlock (Narbonne), Abi Olajuwon (Marlborough)
Delaware: Elena DelleDonne (Ursuline Academy)
Florida: Jacinta Monroe (Stranahan)
Georgia: Ashley Houts (Dade County), Maya Moore (Collins Hill), Porsha Phillips (Redan)
Illinois: Latear Eason (Hope), Jennifer Juergens (Bishop McNamara), Theresa Lisch (Althoff), Amanda Thompson (Whitney Young)
Indiana: Ashley Barlow (Pike), Amber Harris (North Central), Dee Dee Jernigan (East Chicago), Ta'Shia Phillips (Brebeuf Jesuit)
Maryland: Kaili McLaren (Our Lady of Good Counsel)
Minnesota: Tayler Hill (Minneapolis South), Jenna Smith (Kennedy)
Mississippi: Dedrea Magee (Picayune), April Sykes (East Oktibbeha)
Missouri: Shakara Jones (Howell Central)
Nevada: Italee Lucas (Centennial)
New Jersey: Bridgette Mitchell (The Peddie School)
New York: Tina Charles (Christ the King), Lorin Dixon (Christ the King), Epiphanny Prince (Murry Bergtraum), Danielle Wilson (St. John the Baptist)
North Carolina: Jessica Breland (Bertie), Joy Cheek (South Mecklenburg), Cetera DeGraffenreid (Smoky Mountain)
Oregon: J.J. Hones (Southridge)
Pennsylvania: Amber White (Coatesville)
Texas: Allison Hightower (Seguin), Adrian McGowen (Goodrich), Brittainey Raven (North Crowley)
Utah: Michelle Harrison (Mountain View)
Virginia: Jasmine Thomas (Oakton), Monica Wright (Forest Park)
Washington: Angie Bjorklund (University), Regina Rogers (Chief Sealth)
By College Choice
Alabama: Dedrea Magee (Picayune, Miss.)
Baylor: Danielle Wilson (St. John the Baptist, N.Y.)
Connecticut: Tina Charles (Christ the King, N.Y.), Kaili McLaren (Our Lady of Good Counsel, Md.)
Duke: Joy Cheek (South Mecklenburg, N.C.), Bridgette Mitchell (The Peddie School, N.J.)
Florida State: Jacinta Monroe (Stranahan, Fla.)
Georgia: Ashley Houts (Dade County, Ga.)
Illinois: Jenna Smith (Kennedy, Minn.)
Louisiana State: Allison Hightower (Seguin, Texas), Porsha Phillips (Redan, Ga.)
Loyola: Jennifer Juergens (Bishop McNamara, Ill.)
North Carolina: Jessica Breland (Bertie, N.C.), Italee Lucas (Centennial, Nev., Jr.)
North Carolina State: Amber White (Coatesville, Pa.)
Notre Dame: Ashley Barlow (Pike, Ind.)
Oklahoma: Abi Olajuwon (Marlborough, Calif.), Amanda Thompson (Whitney Young, Ill.)
Purdue: Amber Harris (North Central, Ind.), Dee Dee Jernigan (East Chicago, Ind.), Ta'Shia Phillips (Brebeuf Jesuit, Ind., Jr.)
Rutgers: Epiphanny Prince (Murry Bergtraum, N.Y.)
Saint Louis: Theresa Lisch (Althoff, Ill.)
Stanford: Jayne Appel (Carondelet, Calif.), Michelle Harrison (Mountain View, Utah), J.J. Hones (Southridge, Ore.)
Tennessee: Angie Bjorklund (University, Wash., Jr.)
Texas: Brittainey Raven (North Crowley, Texas)
Texas A&M: Adrian McGowen (Goodrich, Texas)
USC: Jacki Gemelos (St. Mary's, Calif.), Morghan Medlock (Narbonne, Calif.)
Virginia: Monica Wright (Forest Park, Va.)
Undecided: Talmai Aguirre (Silver City, N.M.), Cetera DeGraffenreid (Smoky Mountain, N.C., Jr.), Elena DelleDonne (Ursuline Academy, Del., So.), Lorin Dixon (Christ the King, N.Y., Jr.), Latear Eason (Hope, Ill., Jr.), Rebekah Gardner (Ayala, Calif., So.), Tayler Hill (Minneapolis South, Minn., Fr.), Shakara Jones (Howell Central, Mo., Jr.), Maya Moore (Collins Hill, Ga., Jr.), Kayla Pedersen (Red Mountain, Ariz., Jr.), Regina Rogers (Chief Sealth, Wash., Jr.), April Sykes (East Oktibbeha, Miss., So.), Jasmine Thomas (Oakton, Va., Jr.)