Any kind of extracurricular activity that you can have a story for / lessons learned would be good! I think what most recruiters / hiring teams usually like to see is someone is learns something from their experience. So if you joined a sport, whatever field you're in, I'm sure you can pull a lot of growth from that experience (it's probably how you talk about it). For example, sports allowed you to be disciplined, hyper-focused, and goal-oriented.
I would recommend trying a bunch of extracurricular activities because you're interested! I would recommend not picking something because it ONLY looks good on your resume. Do something that you like, enjoy, and will learn something from :)
Evelyn recommends the following next steps:
Once you go to college, research and join different business groups and organizations that align with your major. When I attended UGA, I was a part of Pi Sigma Epsilon, a business fraternity, and being a member helped me develop skills I would need after college. It also helped launch my sales career, and make some great relationships as well.