By the numbers: Breaking down Terrific 25 for 2015

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Te'a Cooper, the No. 3 prospect in the 2015 class, is one of three players from Georgia in the Terrific 25.

They may only be sophomores, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t impressive. Already. From No. 1 prospect Asia Durr down to No. 25 Ariel Stephenson, these 2015 girls’ basketball recruits could make an instant impact at the college level.

Here’s a by-the-numbers look.

1: High schools with more than one player on the espnW HoopGurlz Terrific 25 for the class of 2015. That school happens to be Mater Dei, the No. 1-ranked team in the espnW 25 Power Rankings. The players are No. 2 Katie Lou Samuelson, who transferred to Mater Dei prior to this season, and No. 14 Andee Velasco.

2: Sisters of Katie Lou Samuelson, the No. 2 prospect in the Terrific 25, who have ties to Stanford. Bonnie Samuelson is a 6-foot-3 sophomore for the Cardinal, and Karlie Samuelson is the No. 77 prospect in the 2013 class and a Stanford commit.

3: Players from Georgia, including two of the top three, in the Terrific 25 for the 2015 class. There were zero players from the Peach State in the 2014 Super 60.

4: Players from Texas in the Terrific 25, the most of any state.

4, 5: Weight, in pounds and ounces, of No. 1 prospect Asia Durr on her birthday.

5: Players in the Terrific 25 who have already given a verbal commit.

7: Grade in which Mone’ Jones, the No. 18 prospect in the 2015 class, received her first recruiting letter, from North Carolina.

8: Grade in which Te’a Cooper, the No. 3 prospect in the 2015 class, gave her commitment to North Carolina.

14: Players in the Terrific 25 who stand 6-feet or taller. Of those 14, four are at least 6-3.

79: Height, in inches, of Teaira McCowan, the No. 9 prospect and the tallest member of the Terrific 25.

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