@RockyMTblue2 reported it a few days back.We now know some of the other schools that were in on Ms Mclean, unless I missed this reported elsewhere.
McLean, an athletic 5-foot-11 wing, declined offers from South Carolina, Miami and NC State.
After Baltimore native and hoops star Mir McLean graduates from Roland Park Country School next spring, her next stop will be the powerhouse Connecticut women's basketball program -- a team she's fallen in love with in recent years.www.pressboxonline.com
Always like to find these ... finally, a local Maryland article on Mir's commitment.
"By the end of a thorough recruiting process, Roland Park basketball standout Mir McLean came to a simple conclusion in why she committed to perennial national power Connecticut.
“It’s a successful program and I don’t like to lose,” the Reds rising senior forward said."
And the question about who her finalists were is answered!!
"She selected Connecticut, which has won a record 11 NCAA Division I national championships under longtime coach Geno Auriemma, over South Carolina, Miami and North Carolina State. Last season, the Huskies made their 12th straight Final Four appearance, falling to eventual runner-up Notre Dame.
“I was looking at Connecticut for two years and have liked [former Huskies standout forward] Gabby Williams for a while. It feels good, a big relief, and I’m just excited and glad I was able to stick to my decision,” said McLean, who is joining Paige Bueckers, the No. 1 overall recruit in the country, in UConn’s 2020 recruiting class."
Roland Park basketball star Mir McLean commits to national power Connecticut