Cavinder averaged 18.4 points, 8.1 rebounds, and 4.4 assists in her first three years at Fresno State.
After the 2021-2022 season, Haley and her twin sister Hanna, who both played for the Bulldogs, announced their move to Miami. Haley played six less minutes per game at Miami but still averaged 12.2 points, 4.9 rebounds, and 2.5 assists.
Cavinder led the Hurricanes to the NCAA tournament Elite Eight, where they lost to LSU, the national champions.
Despite her skill, Haley Cavinder may be better known for her social media and NIL dealings. She has over 150,000 followers on her personal TikTok account and over 4.5 million on her twin sister's account, @cavindertwins.
The sisters had no Raising Cane's or Champs Sports deals before "retiring" from basketball in 2023.
Cavinder won't play for the Frogs until 2024-2025, but her basketball skills and social media presence will boost a struggling TCU team.
Campbell, who became TCU's head coach in the offseason, has created a talented team and is 3-0. Adding Cavinder next year might boost Campbell's rebuilding, especially if the Horned Frogs have a good season.
Next year's Sedona Prince-Haley Cavinder duo is deadly on the floor and might place TCU women's basketball in the national limelight.