INSIDE THE PITTSBURGH PANTHERS' CLASS
With a four-player class that features three Top 100 prospects, Suzie McConnell-Serio and the Panthers should be well prepared for a better life in the ACC.
Naje Gibson, a 6-foot guard out of Pittsburgh, is the No. 62 prospect in the nation who will bring length and athleticism to the Pitt perimeter.
She'll also bring her high school teammate Yacine Diop, a 5-10 guard from Senegal and the No. 84 prospect in the nation. The two led Seton La-Salle to a state championship last month.
Stasha Carey, a 6-3 post player from Ohio and the No. 87 overall prospect, will bring a soft touch and mobility to the Pitt interior.
Aysia Bugg, a 5-9 guard from Illinois, rounds out the class.
"This is an amazing group of young women -- on and off the basketball court," McConnell-Serio said.