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.
Six NJ high school girls primed for a big season.
Fajardo, who played with the New Jersey Spark AAU team from seventh to ninth grades, drained 347 points with 65 rebounds, 74 assists, and 37 steals with the Lady Knights in 26 games in the 2019-20 season. Those numbers amounted to a 13.3 ppg, 2.5 rpg, 2.85 apg, and 1.4 apg average.
Nationally ranked by ESPNW HoopGurlz, Del rosario drained 306 points and grabbed 301 rebounds in 26 games in the NJ girls high school 2019-20 hoops season, which was good for 11.8 points and 11.6 rebounds average per contest. She also added 28 steals.
There's no stopping Lady Crusaders' Tyonna Bailey and her college recruitment express.
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.
Patterson, a 5-foot-9 guard, enjoyed a strong senior season at Lodi Immaculate Conception, scoring team-highs in points (350), rebounds (67), assists (11), blocks (12), and steals (7) in 21 games, according to NJ.com.
The 5-foot-10 Newark, New Jersey, native dropped in team-highs in points with 470, steals with 58, and assists with 127, and second with 284 rebounds, good enough for NJ high school hoops insiders to consider Bailey among the best freshman in the 2019-20 class.