Pos. G Ht: 5-9, Newnan, Ga. (Fayette County)
Has a chance to be like: Kalana Greene
The Skinny: Sleekly built and quick on her feet, Banks has the look of a player who can create things offensively and be a formative defender on the perimeter.
Averaged 16.2 points, 5.5 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 5.0 steals as a senior to help win a state championship.
Was a McDonald's All-American and WBCA honorable mention in addition to being named Miss Basketball in Georgia.
Pos. C Ht: 6-3, Marion, Iowa (Linn-Mar)
Has the chance to be like: Jessica Moore
The Skinny: Can run the floor with grace and has the long arms of someone destined to be a shot blocker. Showing early signs of being able to score from the blocks and has a nice outside touch.
Averaged 21.5 points, 14.8 rebounds and 5.1 blocks as a senior to help her school to a 26-0 record and Division 4A state title.
Was a consensus All-America selection who shot 65 percent from the floor.
Her father, Greg Stokes, was University of Iowa great before playing in the NBA.
Pos. G Ht: 6-0, Anaheim, Calif. (Mater Dei)
Has a chance to be like: Maya Moore
The Skinny: Both Geno Auriemma and Mater Dei coach Kevin Kiernan say KML is one of the greatest three-point shooters they have ever seen. She comes to UConn on the heels of iconic scholastic and international careers. She is Mater Dei's all-time leading scorer (2,744), rebounder (874) and three-point producer (337).
Was the consensus national player of the year as a senior, UConn's fifth Gatorade player of the year, joining Tamika Williams, Ann Strother, Tina Charles and Moore.
Has played for USA Basketball since her U16 days, when she led that team in scoring.
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