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.
Marianna Papazoglou, Jadyn Watson, Kaila Dawkins, Tess Ford, Barbara Bruno, Destiny Adams look to have great senior years.
Papazoglou is a pure scorer, dropping in 473 points, grabbing 231 rebounds, and handing out 139 helpers while registering 26 blocks and 89 steals last season.
Stella Johnson drained 361 points, grabbed 156 rebounds, dished 87 assists, had 31 blocks, and made 109 steals in 27 games in her senior year at Morris Catholic.
The Whiting, New Jersey, native enjoyed a tremendous offensive season as well, draining an amazing 580 points while grabbing 376 rebounds in 32 contests, good for an average of 18.1 points and 11.75 rebounds per game.
The Lady Cougars beat Irvington, Summit, and West Morris to get the finals, while The Lady Blue Streaks defeated Rahway, Payne Tech, and Mendham to set up the Championship game.