No. 1 women's basketball recruit Sarah Strong is down to UNC, Duke, and UConn

Sarah Strong, the No. 1 player in the 2024 women's college basketball recruiting class, has narrowed her focus to three possible destinations: UConn, Duke and UNC. The 6-foot-2 point forward might be the most unique player in the country with her versatility and skills. Strong is comfortable all over the floor and features a combination of strength and skill. (

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No. 1 women's basketball recruit Sarah Strong is down to UNC, Duke, and UConn

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