National HS All-Americans
Kelsey Bone
Kelsey Bone

Posted Sep 19, 2006

HoopGurlz presents our National Preseason High School All-Americans by position, but without regard to class.

(Click on Player Names for Profiles)
GAngie Bjorklund, 6-0, 2007, Tennessee commit
Comment: Can dominate from the perimeter.
GElena DelleDonne, 6-5, 2008, uncommitted
Comment: Game-changing combination of size and skills.
FMaya Moore, 6-1, 2007, Connecticut commit
Comment: Can dominate from the perimeter.
FKayla Pedersen, 6-4, 2007, Stanford comit
Comment: Can dominate from the perimeter.
CJantel Lavender, 6-4, 2007, uncommitted
Comment: Can dominate from the perimeter.
GApril Sykes, 5-11, 2008, uncommitted
Comment: WNBA body, near-WNBA game.
GJasmine Dixon, 6-1, 2008, uncommitted
Comment: Big, fast, skilled and can fly.
FKrystal Thomas6-4, 2007, Duke commit
Comment: Most classic power forward in the country.
FVicki Baugh, 6-4, 2007, uncommitted
Comment: Destined for wing in college.
CAyana Dunning, 6-3, 2008, uncommitted
Comment: Most sound, active post in her class.
GItalee Lucas, 5-8, 2007, North Carolina commit
Comment: Next coming of Ivory Latta.
GJasmine Thomas, 5-9, 2007, Duke commit
Comment: Best all-around pure point in nation.
FAlex Montgomery, 6-1, 2007, Georgia Tech commit
Comment: Explosive in transition, emerging perimeter game.
FBrooklyn Pope, 6-2, 2008, uncommitted
Comment: Most explosive player in the country.
CKelsey Bone, 6-3, 2009, uncommitted
Comment: Could be most dominant post to enter college in while.

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The Rankings Panel:

Glenn Nelson is the publisher of and the editor-in-chief of Scout Media (, an online sports network and magazine-publishing company and subsidiary of Fox Interactive Media. He also founded and coached the Dragons and Northwest HoopGurlz select girls basketball teams. Glenn previously was a longtime, national-award-winning basketball columnist and writer for The Seattle Times. His work also has appeared in several national magazines and books. He is co-author of "Rising Stars: The Ten Best Players in the NBA" (Rosen Publishing, 2002). He can be reached at

Chris Hansen is the National Director of Scouting for Women's Basketball at and He leads the panel that evaluates and ranks girl's basketball prospects nationally for HoopGurlz and Chris has been involved in the women’s basketball community since 1998 as a coach, trainer, evaluator and reporter. He can be reached at

Nancy Pfaff is Eastern Analyst for Women's Basketball at and More commonly known as Husky Nan on the Internet, where she is considered one of the nation's authorities on women's basketball and has been evaluating and ranking girl's basketball players for years ( Nancy also is a senior writer for and moderator for one of the largest sports communities on the Web, the Boneyard. She can be reached at

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