Meet the 2023 SLAM High School Girls All-Americans

Our 2023 SLAM HS Girls All-Americans require no intro. You’ve most likely currently seen their emphasize reels on social networks and your preferred rap artists sitting courtside at their video games.

Whether it’s through playmaking, striking clutch shots, or having a significant effect on defense, this group can make things take place from anywhere on the court. All the while, they’re developing their individual brand names off of it.

The future is HER. Meet our 2023 SLAM HS Girls All-Americans:

Juju Watkins’ video game is showtime. After leading Sierra Canyon to a state title, being called Gatorade National Girls Player of the Year and winning 2 gold medals with Team U.S.A., she’s chosen to remain near house and fit up for the USC Trojans next season. We can just question what prominent rap artists and super stars will be sitting courtside at the Galen Center to see the “Juju Show” in-person.

Mikaylah Williams is a generational skill. With among the most well-rounded video games in her class, the U.S.A. Basketball gold medalist and Gatorade Louisiana Girls Basketball Player of the Year is set to flourish on an extremely stacked LSU lineup.

Jada Williams is an outright dawg. She assisted the U.S.A. Basketball group win a gold medal at the 2022 FIBA U17 World Cup, led her high school team to the 2022 San Diego Open Division Championship and has fun with an enthusiasm that is unequaled.

When Hannah Hidalgo struck that Eastbay layup at the SLAM Summer Classic Vol. 4, she almost closed down Rucker Park. The licensed pail was called the Gatorade New Jersey Player of the Year award after balancing 28.8 points, 7.3 takes, 6.4 rebounds and 5.1 helps this season.

Jadyn Donovan is an unique skill. She’s a two-time gold medalist who assisted lead Sidwell Friends to an unbeaten record and a DCSAA Championship in 2022. Donovan dedicated to Duke and will quickly sign up with head coach Kara Lawson in Durham.

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Photo credits for whole series consist of Jineen Williams, Jamal Martin, Jon Lopez. Marcus Stevens, Getty Images, Matt Odom. // Design by Erica Davis.

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