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Top N.C. girls high school basketball recruits

Northwest Guilford's Elizabeth Kitley (31) led her team to the N.C. 4A state championship last year over Southeast Raleigh. She’s one of the Carolinas top college basketball recruits
Northwest Guilford's Elizabeth Kitley (31) led her team to the N.C. 4A state championship last year over Southeast Raleigh. She’s one of the Carolinas top college basketball recruits newsobserver.com

Top N.C. Girls Recruits

Izabela Nicoletti, Raleigh Neuse Christian, 5-10, Sr., G: McDonald’s All-American is ranked No. 6 nationally by ESPN. Signed to Florida State.

Ahlana Smith, Mallard Creek, 5-9, Sr., G: McDonald’s All-American nominee is ranked No. 30 nationally by ESPN. Signed to UCLA.

Elissa Cunane, Northern Guilford, 6-5, Sr., F: N.C. State signee is ranked No. 55 nationally by ESPN. McDonald’s All-American nominee.

Shaniya Jones, High Point Wesleyan, 5-6, Sr., G: Virginia Tech signee ranked No. 79 by ESPN nationally. McDonald’s All-American nominee.

Cayla King, Northwest Guilford, 5-10, Jr., G: Virginia Tech recruit ranked No. 41 nationally among juniors by ESPN.

Elizabeth Kitley, Northwest Guilford, 6-4, Jr., F: Virginia Tech recruit ranked No. 51 nationally among juniors by ESPN.

Reigan Richardson, Hickory Ridge, 5-11, Fr., G: Ranked No. 7 by All Star Girls Report nationally among freshman.

Others: Tamari Key, Cary, 6-5, Jr, F; Alexandra Scruggs, Fayetteville Trinity Christian, 5-10, Jr., G; Jada Peebles, Raleigh Wakefield, 5-7, Jr., G; Mallorie Haines, Davidson Day, 5-10, Fr., G; Saniya Rivers, Wilmington Laney, 5-10, Fr., G

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