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### ESPN’s National Rankings Feature Indiana High School Girls Basketball Players

has updated its rankings, and several Indiana prospects have been included in their respective classes. The platform has ranked the top-100 players from the Class of 2024, the top-60 from 2025, and the top-25 from 2026, with an additional 25-player watch list for 2027.

Players are accompanied by their college commitments in brackets. This article will be revised as needed when the rankings undergo further updates during the summer.

Indiana All-Stars:


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57. Jordyn Poole, representing Fort Wayne Snider (Purdue)

Jordyn Poole, a finalist for IndyStar Miss Basketball, boasted impressive statistics with an average of 16.9 points, 4.4 assists, and 2.5 steals per game over 24 matches. Throughout her high school career, she accumulated notable figures of 1,368 points, 364 assists, and 221 steals. Poole’s proficiency on both offense and defense, particularly as a facilitator, significantly contributed to her team’s success, propelling the Panthers to three consecutive 20-win seasons.


61. Faith Wiseman, from Indian Creek (Indiana)

Standing at 6-4, Faith Wiseman, a forward, continued her remarkable progress into her senior year, achieving career-high averages in various categories including points (18.2), rebounds (11.9), assists (4.8), steals (1.8), and blocks (3.9). She also maintained an impressive 58% field goal shooting percentage. Wiseman, another Miss Basketball finalist, concluded her high school tenure with notable accomplishments, amassing 1,456 points, 1,072 rebounds, 322 blocks, 324 assists, 174 steals, and 58 double-doubles.

‘It felt like the perfect fit.’

62. Juliann Woodard, representing Jennings County (Michigan State)

Juliann Woodard entered the national rankings following a breakout junior season and was recognized as a Miss Basketball finalist after an outstanding senior campaign. Her senior year performance included averages of 17.3 points, 10.7 rebounds (setting a school record with 289 rebounds), 4 assists, 2.2 steals, and 1.6 blocks per game. Woodard holds various records at Panthers’ high school, being the all-time leader in points (1,755), rebounds (1,111), and steals (209), as well as holding single-game records in multiple categories.


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44. Jaylah Lampley, hailing from Lawrence Central (undecided)

Jaylah Lampley, the eldest among the Lampley siblings, climbed the national rankings following an impressive performance in the 2023-24 season. Leading the Bears to their first Class 4A state championship, she averaged 18 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 2.1 steals per game. Lampley, the all-time leading scorer for the program, has showcased her scoring versatility and currently holds offers from various Division I programs.


51. Avery Gordon, representing Brownsburg (Purdue)

Despite encountering injuries, Avery Gordon sustained her high level of play in the previous season, averaging 22 points, 9.7 rebounds, 1 assist, and 2.1 blocks per game across 23 appearances. The 6-6 center, entering her senior year with impressive career statistics of over 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds, proves to be a dominant force near the basket, excelling both as a rebounder and a shooter (maintaining a 57% shooting percentage over the past two seasons).

Avery Gordon on commitment to Purdue:

56. Maya Makalusky, representing Hamilton Southeastern (Indiana)

Making her debut in the national rankings just outside the top-50, Maya Makalusky, a future IU Hoosier, faced considerable defensive attention but still managed to rank among the state’s top scorers with an average of 26.1 points per game. Additionally, as a 6-3 guard/forward, she showcased her proficiency beyond the arc with a 41% three-point shooting accuracy and displayed prowess in rebounding with 5.6 rebounds per game.

‘This is where I’m supposed to be’

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17. Lola Lampley, from Lawrence Central (undecided)

Lola Lampley, invited to the USA Women’s Junior National Team minicamp, presents a matchup challenge for opponents due to her 6-2 frame, length, and athleticism. With averages of 10.4 points, 6 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 2.2 steals, and 1.4 blocks per game, she has garnered attention from multiple collegiate programs, including Butler, Purdue, Illinois, Miami, West Virginia, and Mississippi State, among others.

Way-too-early Fab 15:

24. Brooklynn Renn, representing Silver Creek (undecided)

Standing at 6-3, Brooklynn Renn, a forward, showcased her skills by averaging 15.3 points, 10.1 rebounds, 4.3 blocks, and two steals per game for the Dragons. With a strong presence in the paint, she has received numerous Division I offers from schools such as Butler, Purdue, Louisville, Evansville, Dayton, and Toledo. Renn is set to participate in the second annual Futures Game scheduled for June.


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