Fran Belibi became just the second woman to win the Powerade JamFest dunk contest on Monday night in Atlanta.
The Stanford recruit faced off against five-star forward Precious Achiuwa and Florida recruit Scottie Lewis in the final and put down a total of four dunks. She scored nothing but 10s for a total score of 320.
Candace Parker won the event in 2004.
Belibi sealed her victory with a dunk -- while wearing a cape -- over future Cardinal teammate Ashten Prechtel, who was sitting in a chair.
"It hasn't sunk in, and I don't think it will for a while," Belibi said. "But I'll enjoy this and see what happens.
"My teammates were great out there," Belibi added. "It was nice having them cheering me on. It feels great to win this."
The 6-foot-1 Belibi has been playing only since her freshman season in high school, but she made headlines earlier this year after making an in-game alley-oop for Regis Jesuit (Aurora, Colorado). Her dunks have gone viral throughout her high school career. Belibi boasts a 6-foot-5 wingspan and a 31-inch vertical. Both were on full display on Monday night.
Chicago Sky star and Atlanta-area native Diamond DeShields, one of the dunk contest's judges, couldn't contain her excitement over Belibi's performance.
Yal bettter start paying attention man. This kid is pure entertainment ! Get your popcorn ready Stanford fans and basketball fans across the GLOBE! fran.belibi1 is the reallll deal! https://t.co/sPyJ7QrKXr— Diamond DeShields (@diamonddoesit1) March 26, 2019
Lewis, the future Gator who came in second, had nothing but praise for Belibi.
By far one of the best dunk contest I've ever been apart of. Thank you to @McDonalds and congratulations to Fran Belibi best of luck to you and your future and continue to change Women's basketball‼️‼️You got a fan in me💯— Scottie Lewis (@Scott_lewis_23) March 26, 2019
In addition to her contest-winning dunk, Belibi also put down a one-handed reverse on the baseline, a left-handed dunk and a two-handed flush off the backboard from future Stanford teammate and No. 1 prospect Haley Jones.
"I practiced the dunk over another person a lot," Belibi said. "I would practice the left-handed dunk and the reverse dunk after every practice. The backboard dunk with Haley Jones was tougher because Haley had to put the ball in the right place for it to work out."
Belibi once jokingly banned Jones from throwing her alley-oops after Jones apparently threw her a bad one while they were teammates for USA Basketball, but the perfect toss from Jones this go-round hints at their future on-court chemistry in Palo Alto.