NYC/NJ Female HS Hoopsters Ready to make an impact in 20-21.
Saran Moschella, Nicole Melious, Grace Sundback, Zaria Lewis, Breanna Maple and Ta-Mia Maxwell make the list.
There's no stopping Lady Crusaders' Tyonna Bailey and her college recruitment express.
Watson, a Wayne, N.J., resident who lived in the Bronx, spent her first two years of high school at Hudson Catholic before playing last season with the Lady Crusaders, where she drained an impressive 438 points and grabbed 292 rebounds in 27 games.
Top NYC hoops player Ryan Myers is going to Iona, while top NJ Girls' High Schooler Destiny Adams is headed to UNC.
Although she said she started out slow, Stoupakis, who played the point guard position, managed to average seven points, four rebounds, and four assists per contests in 16 games, with five double-digit scoring outputs.
Bailey possesses two other offers, from Seton Hall University and the University of Michigan.
The 5-foot-10 senior recorded 185 points and grabbed 153 rebounds in 20 games, good for a 9.25 ppg and 7.65 rpg average in the 2019-20 season.
Senior guard Kaia Johnson committed to Division-2 College of Staten Island of the East Coast Conference, while senior Kayla “K.Will” Williams is headed to Clarendon College, a National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) member, which plays in the Western Junior College Athletic Conference (WJCAC) in Clarendon, Texas.
The 5-foot-7 Brooklyn native help lead the Lady Jets to a dominate 59-32 win over Adams Street Academy in the PSAL B Girl's Championship game as a junior, and took the team to the finals as a sophomore, a nail-biting 44-43 defeat to John Jay Campus.