Throughout her career, Quanirah Montague was a problem for opposing high school basketball teams. She always had the height and therefore was a defensive presence from the jump, but as she developed into a more well-rounded basketball player, she was a force to be reckoned with.
Teams had to figure out not only a way to stop her on offense, but how to get shots up around the 6-foot-4, rangy, athletic defender. On defense, she finished her career with 229 blocked shots to go along with 176 steals and 840 rebounds.
Offensively, she really came into her own as a senior and posted nearly 500 points, averaging better than 17 points per game. She finished with an even 1,000 points in a career that had nearly an entire season cut out due to the Covid-19 pandemic. One of the best post players South Jersey has ever seen, she committed to Mississippi State.