Inhibitory control ability (IC) is related to adolescence impulsive and risky behaviors. It will develop into adulthood, but its trajectory has great individual difference. What brain features affect the individualized development of IC? Here we use longitudinal data and predictive model to predict stop signal reaction time (SSRT) change in 5 years with 14-year-old stop signal task functional connectivity (FC). We find that 14-year-old FCs between ventral attention and subcortical networks can predict the development tendency of IC, even excluding the effect of 14-year-old SSRT. This may help to make early intervention in the development of adolescent IC.