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PostPosted: 11/28/18 3:05 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

It was pretty clear, once she delayed her declaration due to the smoke issue in the Bay Area, SU was her choice.



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PostPosted: 11/28/18 3:26 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

myrtle wrote:
bballjunkie wrote:
Jones to Stanford.
Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy wahoo


Oh, stop gloating, myrtle.....we both know Oregon needed her far more than Stanford. Evil or Very Mad Razz
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PostPosted: 11/29/18 11:36 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Judging by what I saw on Twitter last night, there were a lot of noses severely out of joint over Haley Jones' choice. As one of my favorite WBB Twitterers put it, "A kid chooses a school based on fit, which is the most important factor. Nothing more needs to be said. #mindyourownbusiness" There were some pungent comments following that about adults sticking their noses into a kid's decision.

Haley is a Bay Area girl getting a good (Catholic) education. I pretty much expected her to choose Stanford and stay close to home. "Nuf said.



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PostPosted: 11/29/18 12:11 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

You know what I think is really notable about Haley Jones is that when the first Prospect Nation recruiting list came out the Summer after her Sophomore year, she was ranked #24 in the class. Then by the start of her junior year, she was #14 and then she cracked the top 5 and now she is the consensus #1. That's pretty darn impressive and I don't recall any other #1 recruit making such progress over such a short period of time.


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PostPosted: 11/30/18 10:01 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I don't think she is the first for that to happen but mighty glad she chose the Card Laughing


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PostPosted: 12/03/18 1:09 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

ASGR (All Star Girls Report) Rankings (Class of 2019)
(Rankings as of December 3, 2018 and based on players listed in ASGR’s Class Rankings)

https://asgrbasketball.com/notre-dame-maryland-and-florida-state-highlight-top-350-recruiting-2019-class-rankings-3/

1. Haley Jones (Stanford)
2. Jordan Horston (Tennessee)
3. Aliyah Boston (South Carolina)
4. Laeticia Amihere (South Carolina)
5. Rickea Jackson (Mississippi State)
6. Ashley Owusu (Maryland)
7. Nyah Green (Louisville)
8. Anaya Peoples (Notre Dame)
9. Zia Cooke (South Carolina)
10. Samantha Brunelle (Notre Dame)

11. Kierstan Bell (Ohio State)
12. Diamond Miller (Maryland)
13. Charisma Osborne (UCLA)
14. Francesca Belibi (Stanford)
15. Jordyn Oliver (Baylor)
16. Aijha Blackwell (Missouri)
17. Ramani Parker (Louisville)
18. Kennedy Brown (Oregon State)
19. [No Player Listed]
20. Breanna Beal (South Carolina)

21. Jaden Owens (UCLA)
22. Kaelyn Satterfield (Ohio State)
23. Jaida Patrick (Duke)
24(tie). Azana Baines (Duke)
24(tie). Angel Jackson (USC)
25. Esmery Martinez (Mississippi State)
26. [No Player Listed]
27. Maori Davenport (Rutgers)
28. Elizabeth Scott (Oklahoma)
29. Celeste Taylor (Texas)
30(tie). Aubrey Griffin (UConn)
30(tie). Izabel DeAngelo (Michigan)

31. Sammie Puisis (Florida State)
32. Yasmeen Chang (Miami)
33(tie). Shaila Beeler (Indiana)
33(tie). Teisha Hyman (Syracuse)
34. Zoe Young (Maryland)
35. [No Player Listed]
36. Chloe Chapman (Georgia)
37. Jakia Brown-Turner (NC State)
38. Taylor Jones (Oregon State)
39. River Baldwin (Florida State)
40. Malu Tshitenge-Mutombo (North Carolina)

41. Jayla Hemingway (Mississippi State)
42. [No Player Listed]
43. Endyia Rogers (USC)
44(tie). Rikki Harris (Ohio State)
44(tie). Tai'Yanna Jackson (Ole Miss)
45. [No Player Listed]
46. Ashten Prechtel (Stanford)
47. Leilani Correa (West Virginia)
48. Sydnee Roby (Miami)
49. Destinee Oberg (Arkansas)
50. [No Player Listed]

51. [No Player Listed]
52(tie). Jacy Sheldon (Ohio State)
52(tie). Faith Masonius (Maryland)
53. Jaquaya Miller (Washington)
54. Tamari Key (Tennessee)
55. Alisha Lewis (Georgia Tech)
56. [No Player Listed]
57. Shemera Williams (Marquette)
58. [No Player Listed]
59. McKenna Warnock (Iowa)
60. Kemery Martin (Utah)

61. [No Player Listed]
62. Hayley Frank (Missouri)
63(tie). Jennifer Ezeh (Duke)
63(tie). Jada Boyd (NC State)
64. [No Player Listed]
65. Alexis Tucker (Texas Tech)
66. Elizabeth Kitley (Virginia Tech)
67. Aliyah Matharu (Mississippi State)
68. Hannah Jump (Stanford)
69. [No Player Listed]
70. Julia Ayrault (Michigan State)

71. Cydni Dodd (Michigan State)
72. Jamya Mingo-Young (Mississippi State)
73. Tiara Young (LSU)
74. Michelle Sidor (Michigan)
75. McKinzie Green (Texas A&M)
76. Alexis Duckett (North Carolina)
77. London Clarkson (Florida State)
78. [No Player Listed]
79. Jorie Allen (Indiana)
80. Javyn Nicholson (Georgia)

81. Tavy Diggs (TCU)
82. Cayla King (Virginia Tech)
83. Maggie McGraw (Iowa State)
84. Nya Mitchels (UNC Wilmington)
85. Dominique Davis (LSU)
86. [No Player Listed]
87. Corina Carter (New Mexico)
89. Deasia Merrill (Kentucky)
90. [No Player Listed]

91(tie). Taiyier Parks (Michigan State)
91(tie). Lanetta Williams (Memphis)
92. [No Player Listed]
93. Rickie Woltman (Purdue)
94. [No Player Listed]
95. [No Player Listed]
96. [No Player Listed]

97. Jazmaine Lewis (Houston)
98. Gabby Gregory (Oklahoma)
99. Hevynne Bristow (Providence)
100. Destiny Jackson (Rice)

https://asgrbasketball.com/notre-dame-maryland-and-florida-state-highlight-top-350-recruiting-2019-class-rankings-3/


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PostPosted: 02/04/19 12:29 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Alayna Townsell (St. Thomas Aquinas, Kansas City) commits to Hampton



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PostPosted: 02/07/19 12:38 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Oregon State reportedly recieved a commit from 2019 Serbian post Jelena Mitrovic. She's 6'9. Really Scotty?



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PostPosted: 02/07/19 2:47 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

NoDakSt wrote:
Oregon State reportedly recieved a commit from 2019 Serbian post Jelena Mitrovic. She's 6'9. Really Scotty?


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PostPosted: 02/15/19 9:14 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Nylah Ypoung, 6’0 F out of Deep Creek (Suffolk), VA, commits to Hampton.



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PostPosted: 04/09/19 4:51 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Updates on ACC commitments, from the espnW Power Rankings

St. John's College (36-2)
Washington, DC
Sophomore Azzi Fudd scored 27 points in St. John's 63-61 win over previous No. 4 Centennial at the GEICO Nationals. But Fudd and company fell to New Hope 45-34 in the final. St. John's, which started the season No. 1, loses North Carolina commit Malu Tshitenge-Mutombo.

Bishop McNamara (31-4)
Forestville, MD
Jakia Brown-Turner is off to NC State after propelling Bishop McNamara to No. 1 for a large chunk of the season.

Princess Anne (25-1)
Virginia Beach, VA
Brianna Jackson is off to Miami after leading Princess Anne to its sixth straight state title.

espnW 25 Power Rankings: Final
http://www.espn.com/college-sports/basketball/women/recruiting/powerrankings?week=99&rankingId=28&season=2018


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PostPosted: 04/09/19 10:14 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

2019 recruits reaffirm commitment to Lady Vols

http://www.espn.com/womens-college-basketball/story/_/id/26482589/2019-recruits-reaffirm-commitment-lady-vols

All three players in Tennessee's 2019 recruiting class -- Jordan Horston, Tamari Key and Emily Saunders -- reaffirmed their commitment to the Lady Vols and new coach Kellie Harper on Tuesday.


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PostPosted: 04/10/19 5:22 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Oregon State got what was said in an article to be their highest rated recruit ever: #18 Kennedy Brown. But she is 6’6” and OSU has 6’7” and 6’9” freshman. Someone is going to need to transfer. The success of the two OSU posts that ended up getting drafted must have OSU as a great place for post players.


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PostPosted: 04/10/19 12:20 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

tfan wrote:
Oregon State got what was said in an article to be their highest rated recruit ever: #18 Kennedy Brown. But she is 6’6” and OSU has 6’7” and 6’9” freshman. Someone is going to need to transfer. The success of the two OSU posts that ended up getting drafted must have OSU as a great place for post players.



Supposedly Kennedy believes she will be playing SF .



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PostPosted: 04/18/19 11:13 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Jessie Rennie, Australian guard, commits to Tenn.
https://247sports.com/college/tennessee/Article/Aussie-guard-commits-to-Lady-Vols-130259816/


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PostPosted: 04/20/19 2:20 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

The missing players are always mysterious with ASGR, but #61 is Marquesha Davis (Arkansas), per the Hogs' commit list in the post ranking SEC classes.

https://asgrbasketball.com/arkansas-and-georgia-highlight-2019-sec-recruiting-class-rankings/



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PostPosted: 04/20/19 5:13 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Nenna Lindstrom, 5'7 G, Makalenrinne Sports HS, Helsinki, Finland, commits to Liberty.

Liberty has been having a problem in recent years getting foreign players to stay more than a year or two.



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PostPosted: 04/20/19 5:55 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

WNBA 09 wrote:
tfan wrote:
Oregon State got what was said in an article to be their highest rated recruit ever: #18 Kennedy Brown. But she is 6’6” and OSU has 6’7” and 6’9” freshman. Someone is going to need to transfer. The success of the two OSU posts that ended up getting drafted must have OSU as a great place for post players.



Supposedly Kennedy believes she will be playing SF .

And 6'9" Aquino will be playing PF and SF . 6'7" Morris and 6'9" Mitrovic will play center. With shorty 6'3" Taylor Jones switching between Center and PF.



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PostPosted: 04/20/19 10:05 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

willtalk wrote:
WNBA 09 wrote:
tfan wrote:
Oregon State got what was said in an article to be their highest rated recruit ever: #18 Kennedy Brown. But she is 6’6” and OSU has 6’7” and 6’9” freshman. Someone is going to need to transfer. The success of the two OSU posts that ended up getting drafted must have OSU as a great place for post players.



Supposedly Kennedy believes she will be playing SF .

And 6'9" Aquino will be playing PF and SF . 6'7" Morris and 6'9" Mitrovic will play center. With shorty 6'3" Taylor Jones switching between Center and PF.


It's kind of the same situation Oregon was in until the bigs sorted themselves out and several left.



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PostPosted: 04/22/19 1:13 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Yanni Hendley, 5/7 G out of Bowie, MD, has signed with UVA. https://twitter.com/UVAWomensHoops

Also Dylan Horton, 5'9 G from L.A. (Redondo Union HS) has signed with the Hoos.



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PostPosted: 04/22/19 1:23 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Dlayla Chakolis, 5'8 G from Minnetonka, MN (Hopkins HS) signs with Hampton. Along with previously mentioned 6'0 F Alayna Townsell from Overland Park, KS, and another 6'0 F, Nylah Young out of Kings Fork HS in Suffolk, VA, that makes a nice recruiting class for Coach Robert Six. I look forward to seeing them this fall as JMU generally plays Hampton in the OOC season and it's our turn to host them.



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PostPosted: 04/24/19 8:48 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Mitrovic seems fairly skilled, and a nice get for Scotty. Miss Grymace is still there, right? How does one fairly utilize all that height? Shocked



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PostPosted: 04/25/19 3:33 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Howee wrote:
Mitrovic seems fairly skilled, and a nice get for Scotty. Miss Grymace is still there, right? How does one fairly utilize all that height? Shocked


Grymek was a senior this year. She was a junior college transfer.


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PostPosted: 04/27/19 7:57 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Being reported that Mississippi State has received a verbal commit from Yemiyah a Morris a 6'6" JUCO groom Cochise College in Arizona

Averaged 9.4 ppg and 6.3 rpg for Cochise

Two years of eligibility left



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PostPosted: 04/30/19 8:42 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

UConn has added Anna Makurat a 19yo 6'sg from Poland. Anna started for EuroCup team Arka Gdynia, which includes former Northwestern star Nia Coffey. Makurat will play this coming season.

It's turning into an interesting off-season for UConn.

Link to Arka Gdanya home page:

https://basketball.eurobasket.com/team/Poland/Arka-Gdynia/7589?Women=1?page=1


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