Hopkins, 6-0, junior guard: The nation's No. 1 player in the Class of 2020, a poised combo guard who is an excellent game manager. Very unselfish but will take over a game if needed to get the Royals a victory. "Paige has a chance to go down as the best player in state history," Royals coach Brian Cosgriff said.
Cretin-Derham Hall, 6-0, senior forward: Versatile player who can score inside or out. With 23 double-doubles, she was counted on to score and rebound on both ends of the floor. The school's all-time leading scorer had a 51-point, 16-rebound performance against Stillwater.
Lakeville North, 5-9, junior guard: Superb floor general and excellent ball-handler. Also can make shots from anywhere on the floor, evident by three 40-point performances. "She is so internally driven to compete at the highest level," Panthers coach Shelly Clemons said.
Stillwater, 5-10, senior guard: Beats opponents in a variety of ways. Can catch-and-shoot as well as take a defender off the dribble and get to the basket. A 42-percent three-point shooter, 86 percent from the free-throw line. Averages 23.3 points, 4.6 rebounds, 3.8 assists per game.
Wayzata, 6-2, senior forward: All-around player who can change a game on both ends of the court. Plays multiple positions offensively and guards various positions defensively. "One of the very best to play at Wayzata," Trojans coach Mike Schumacher said. "One of the most complete players I have seen."
College: South Dakota State.