Sierra Canyon's Juju Watkins remains at No. 2 in the JWS recruiting rankings for the class of 2023. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

Fresh off this year’s Team USA roster announcements, we’ve taken another look at the top recruits in the class of 2023.

We pored over game film, social media and local and national news to compile the next edition of our JWS women’s basketball recruiting rankings.

Our mission is to keep you abreast of all the movement and trends as we move through the 2022-23 NCAA recruiting calendar. We hope you’ll follow along.

Click here to see our previous rankings.

1. Mikaylah Williams, 6-1 guard, Parkway (La.)

Recently named to USA Basketball’s U17 national team, Williams is choosing between five schools — Baylor, Duke, LSU, Ole Miss and Texas A&M.

2. Juju Watkins, 6-2 guard, Sierra Canyon (Calif.)

The LA Times Girls Basketball Player of the Year will once again play for Team USA this summer before serving as the anchor of an electric Sierra Canyon squad. Watkins’ presence, on any team she plays for, is game-changing.

3. Jadyn Donovan, 6-foot guard, Sidwell Friends School (Washington, D.C.)

A guard who can do absolutely everything? That’s the type of player every college team needs. Donovan has yet to choose a school, but she’ll surely generate even more interest this summer on Team USA.

4. Breya Cunningham, 6-4 forward, La Jolla Country Day (Calif.)

Difficult to guard and always stepping up, Cunningham earned a spot on the Team USA U17 roster alongside Jada Williams. They make up one of two pairs of high school teammates to represent the U.S. this summer.

5. Aalyah Del Rosario, 6-5 post, Trenton Catholic (N.J.)

Team USA’s U18 Women’s team has a lot of star power, but coach Joni Taylor has one of the most intriguing members of the Class of 2023 in Del Rosario.

6. Malaysia Fulwylie, 5-6 point guard, W.J. Keenan (S.C.)

7. Ciera Toomey, 6-3 post, Dunmore (Pa.) — UNC commit

8. Courtney Ogden, 5-11 wing, Westminster School (Ga.) — Stanford commit

Ogden was named to Team USA.

9. KK Arnold, 5-10 point guard, Germantown (Wisc.) — UConn commit

10. Hannah Hidalgo, 5-6 point guard, Paul VI (N.J.)

Hidalgo was named to Team USA.

11. Ashlynn Shade, 5-10 guard, Noblesville (Ind.)

12. Chloe Kitts, 6-2 forward, DME Academy (Fla.)

Kitts was named to Team USA.

13. Madison Booker, 6-1 wing, Germantown (Miss.)

Booker was named to Team USA.

14. Cassandre Prosper, 6-2 forward, Cairine Wilson Secondary School (Ontario)

15. Jada Williams, 5-6 point guard, La Jolla Country Day (Calif.) — UCLA commit

Williams was named to Team USA.

16. Reniya Kelly, 5-5 point guard, Hoover (Ala.) — UNC commit

17. Delaney Thomas, 6-2 forward, St. John’s (Washington, D.C.)

18. Montaya Dew, 6-2 forward, Centennial (N.V.) — Arizona commit

19. Taliah Scott, 5-9 guard, Saint John’s Country Day (Fla.) — Arkansas commit

20. S’mya Nichols, 6-foot wing, Shawnee Mission West (Kan.)

Nichols was named to Team USA.

21. Essence Cody, 6-3 post, Valdosta (Ga.) — Alabama commit

22. Kymora Johnson, 5-7 guard, Saint Annes-Belfield (Va.)

23. Sammie Wagner, 6-1 wing, Ronald Reagan (Texas) — Texas commit

24. Amiyah Reynolds, 6-foot guard, South Bend Washington (Ind.) — Maryland commit

25. Riley Nelson, 6-foot wing, Clarksburg (Ark.) — Maryland commit

Caroline Makauskas is a contributing writer at Just Women’s Sports. She also writes about college basketball for Blue Ribbon Sports and covers a variety of sports on her TikTok @cmakauskas. Follow her on Twitter @cmakauskas.