The 5-foot-8 Melious enjoyed a tremendous freshman year with Susan Wagner, averaging a little under 28 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists per game for the 24-3 Lady Falcons.
The former Lady Golden Knight averaged 11.8, 8.6 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per game, to go along with 58 blocked shots in 29 contests with the Bears last season.
Carlo, a point guard, enjoyed a terrific junior season in which she averaged 14.4 points with the Lady Gaels. Her scoring outpiut included making 49 shots from behind the arc.
McGinn, a versatile player who can beat defenders off the dribble, slices to the basketball with the utmost determination and owns a sweet outside shot. Plus, she possesses next level quickness to be a success at the collegiate ranks.
he 6-foot-four junior center, who also plays for AAU Hoopers NY, holds offers from Quinnipac, Manhattan, Marist, Fordham, Buffalo, Georgetown, Lafayette, West Virginia, Ole Miss, Monmouth, and Wisconsin, according to WBBBlog.com.
Bailey earned a few hoops accolades last season, including a 2019-20 Conference I All-Section selection and the Journal News/LoHud named her a Girls Basketball Honorable Mention for Westchester and Putnam Counties.
A two-sport athlete, with soccer being her second athletic pursuit, Mcbarron led the Lady Bulldogs in points in her sophomore year, and was second on the team, behind Paige Slaven, who is committed to play and study at Saint Michaels in Colchester, Vt, in the 2019-20 campagin.
The Team Rio University (AAU) player enjoyed a notable season as a high school junior, racking up 327 points in 22 games played for the Lady Red Devils, for a 14.9 points-per-contest average in the 2019-20 campaign.
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