Moore, 19 others to play in All-America game

ATLANTA, Ga. -- Connecticut-bound recruit Maya Moore has been named the 2007 State Farm/WBCA High School Player of the Year, the WBCA announced Friday.

Moore, a senior at Collins Hill High School in Suwanee, Ga., also headlined the WBCA's High School All-Americans, the nation's top 20 girls' basketball players who will participate in the 16th annual WBCA's High School All-America Game on March 31 in Cleveland as part of the Final Four.

A guard/forward, Moore averages nearly 26 points and 11 rebounds and has helped guided the Collins Hill Eagles to two straight state titles. She holds 12 school records, including career rebounds (837 through her junior season), single-season points (741), career points (1,874 through her junior season), most points in a game (40) and single-season steals (174).

Moore already has signed a letter of intent to play for Connecticut, where she joins last year's State Farm/WBCA High School Player of the Year, Tina Charles. Three recruits each from Tennessee and Duke also were tabbed All-Americans.

Moore is one of two UConn signees who will play in the All-America game. A look at the 20 High School All-Americans:

A committee of WBCA-member high school coaches who represent nine geographical districts from across the nation selected the All-America squad.