Charles is the second future UConn player to gain this honor. Ann Strother received this award in the spring of 2002. The Colorado native was selected in this past week's WNBA draft by the Houston Comets who traded her to the Phoenix Mercury for the draft rights to Liz Shimek (Michigan State) and Mistie Williams (Duke).
Prince broke Hall of Famer Cheryl Miller's girls' national prep record for most points in one game. The Rutgers' signee created an historic moment during her senior season when she scored 113 points against Louis D. Brandeis H.S. in early February.
Duke signee Bridgette Mitchell from The Peddie School in Hightstown, N.J. is a member of the Parade All-American second team. Mitchell was the recipient of the Naismith Sportsmanship Award at this year's McDonald's All-America Game.
This past summer, Mitchell played on the 2005 USA Youth Development Festival Blue Team that went undefeated with a 5-0 record. She averaged 12.0 points, 5.4 rebounds, 2.2 steals and 1.0 assists in five games. Her 12.0 points was the fourth highest average.
For the complete All-American list, please check The Parade website