There are definitely some high school athletes whose careers are not fully appreciated until long after they graduate, despite coaches singing their praises for four years. Sometimes they are not the flashiest players, but just consistently bring to the table the qualities and skills necessary to build a winning program.
Kira Murray was never one to sing her own praises during her career at Holy Spirit, but boy did she have an impact on the Spartans, especially in basketball. A tough, hard-nosed player who seemingly always found a way to score big buckets, she helped lead the Spartans to 18 wins as a senior while scoring in double digits 13 times. She scored more than 250 points as a senior, and for her career she hit 84 threes, finished with 531 points and added 87 rebounds, 63 assists and 60 steals in three seasons. She added 41 goals and 42 assists in three seasons of lacrosse.