Taylor Rooks, who is rated the nation's No. 19 prospect in the class of 2014, this week announced that she committed to play for Stanford next season.
Rooks, a 6-foot wing player from Gill St. Bernard School in New Jersey, averaged 26.4 points and 9.2 rebounds last season for a team that went 23-5.
Rooks is the third player in the class of 2014 to commit to the Cardinal, and all three are rated among the nation's top 30 prospects by ESPN.
Stanford earlier received commitments from Brittany McPhee, a 5-11 wing player from Mt. Rainier High School in Washington who is rated the nation's No. 25 recruit, and Kaylee Johnson, a 6-3 forward from Natrona County High School in Wyoming who is ranked as the country's No. 30 recruit. (Johnson blocked 15 shots in a single game last season.)
Rooks considered Harvard and Princeton before settling on Stanford, where she plans to major in engineering.
"It means everything (to commit)," Rooks said, according to the Newark Star-Ledger. "It just shows how far I've come as a basketball player as well as a student. And I'm ecstatic to feel that my hard work has paid off, and it's going to open more paths for which I'm going to have to work hard again."