4. La Jolla Country Day (La Jolla, California)
Notable players: Candice Wiggins, Kelsey Plum, Maya Hood, Janae Fulcher, Te-Hina Paopao
La Jolla Country Day finished this past season second in the espnW 25 Power Rankings and won the Nike Tournament of Champions in December. The Torreys would also have one of the best backcourts in history.
Wiggins, who spent eight years in the WNBA and won the 2011 title with the Minnesota Lynx, was one of the greatest and most consistent guards in women's college basketball history. She was the Pac-12's all-time leading scorer when she finished her Stanford career in 2008, a record that has since been broken by Chiney Ogwumike and one of her other fellow former Torreys: Plum.
Plum was the No. 26 prospect in the Class of 2013, a playmaker who could easily take over a game. And take over she did. Plum became the NCAA's all-time leading scorer (3,527 career points), led 7-seed Washington to the 2016 Final Four, was named AP Player of the Year in 2017 and then drafted first overall by the San Antonio Stars (now the Las Vegas Aces).
Hood helped lead La Jolla Country Day to a state championship as a senior and finished her high school career with 1,761 points and 1,076 rebounds. She was almost a 1,000-point, 1,000-rebound player at San Diego as well, scoring 1,677 points and bringing down 991 rebounds.
In the frontcourt, Fulcher went from being a four-time high school letter winner to spending four years at Arizona State, playing 94 games as a Sun Devil.
The only Torrey who has yet to make her college debut is Paopao, the No. 11 prospect in the Class of 2020. Paopao, who signed with Oregon, rose up the player rankings as a senior, averaging 22.7 points and 4.3 assists per game and earning both Jordan Brand and McDonald's All American selections.