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PostPosted: 11/18/19 3:10 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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ESPN #17 Deja Kelly to North Carolina.


Sticking it to Duke AD White. If he had ANY cojones, Duke would have Coach Banghart rebuilding the program instead of JPM continuing to destroy it.



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PostPosted: 11/18/19 5:58 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
ESPN #17 Deja Kelly to North Carolina.


Sticking it to Duke AD White. If he had ANY cojones, Duke would have Coach Banghart rebuilding the program instead of JPM continuing to destroy it.


He sounds like the unlamented Pat Richter at Wisconsin, who destroyed the women's program there, or heartless Dave, who tried to do the same thing at Tennessee before being essentially run out of the place (quit before he could be fired). Neither of them cared about WBB either.



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PostPosted: 11/22/19 11:06 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Madison (WI) Memorial's Leilani Kapinius, a 5'11 G, picks Penn State.
https://www.channel3000.com/sports/memorial-s-kapinus-picks-penn-state/1143787571
Whyever for? She's better than that.



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PostPosted: 11/22/19 4:55 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Madison (WI) Memorial's Leilani Kapinius, a 5'11 G, picks Penn State.
https://www.channel3000.com/sports/memorial-s-kapinus-picks-penn-state/1143787571
Whyever for? She's better than that.


I'm guessing Kieger started looking at her when she was still at Marquette. And she probably thinks Kieger is going to do good things at Penn State.


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PostPosted: 12/09/19 5:14 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

A few overseas players are still signing for the 2020 class. Marta Savić, a 6'1 F out of Zagreb, Croatia, has signed with Wyoming, and Imogen Greenslade, 6'4 C from Sydney, Australia, completes Arizona State's six-player class.



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PostPosted: 01/20/20 2:10 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Ava Irvin, 5'9 G from Greater Atlanta Christian School (Norcross, GA) has committed to Syracuse.
https://www.gwinnettprepsports.com/sports/gac-guard-ava-irvin-commits-to-syracuse-university/article_2cf94c06-3bd4-5ba3-a548-7733bd9e50fc.html



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PostPosted: 01/26/20 5:57 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Cal picks up a 2020 commit from Sela Heide, 6'8" C out of North Bend Wa



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PostPosted: 01/27/20 9:12 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Cal picks up a 2020 commit from Sela Heide, 6'8" C out of North Bend Wa


Raoul @Raoul_000
Top-100 ranked 2020 WBB prospect Sela Heide, 6-8 C, Mount Si HS (Snoqualmie, WA), has announced her commitment to Cal, joining the four players (three ranked in the top 100) who had signed with the Golden Bears during the early signing period

https://twitter.com/Raoul_000/status/1221525139239518209


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PostPosted: 03/16/20 1:33 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

ASGR Top 150 Players (ACC Commitments)
Class of 2020

Update – February 5, 2020 (previous rankings and changes from last update on October 23, 2019 noted in parentheses)

4. Hailey Van Lith (Louisville)
12 Madeline Westbeld (Notre Dame) (up from #22)
19. Merissah Russell (Louisville) (down from #18)
20. Priscilla Williams (Syracuse) (down from #19)
24. Olivia Cochran (Louisville)
28. Allison Campbell (Notre Dame) (down from #27)
30. Natalija Marshall (Notre Dame) (down from #29)
32. Alasia Hayes (Notre Dame)
33. Kennedy Todd-Williams (North Carolina)
35. Deja Kelly (North Carolina)
38. Alyssa Ustby (North Carolina)
55. Loyal McQueen (Georgia Tech)
56. Gabby Elliott (Clemson)
61. Vanessa DeJesus (Duke) (up from #85)
72. Eylia Love (Georgia Tech)
74. Jo Jo Lacey (Boston College) (up from #102)
75. Genesis Bryant (NC State) (down from #74)
76. Dontavia Waggoner (NC State) (down from #75)
81. Shamarla King (Virginia Tech)
82. Nyayongah Gony (Miami) (down from #81)
86. Shelby Calhoun (Virginia Tech) (down from #84)
96. Jewel Spear (Wake Forest)
98. Anya Poole (North Carolina) (down from #94)
106. Kaylah Ivey (Boston College)
108. AC Carter (Georgia Tech)
112. Amirah Abdur-Rahim (Notre Dame)
115. Kaydan Lawson (Virginia)
119. Alexandra “Ali” Zelaya (North Carolina) (down from #117)
134. Rebecca Demke (NC State)
136. Kiara Fisher (Syracuse) (down from #133)
140. Faith Blackstone (Syracuse) (down from #139)
144. Tracey Hueston (Pittsburgh)


NOTE #1
The following transfers, junior college, and international players were not listed, as this ranking only includes the top 150 high school players in 2020:

--- 1JC. Ahlana Smith (Louisville) (top-rated JUCO player)
--- 29TR. Bianca Jackson (Florida State) (transfer from South Carolina)
--- 47TR. Delicia Washington (Clemson) (transfer from Florida)
--- 32EURO. Weronika Hipp (Clemson) (Poland)
--- 50TR. Kianna Smith (Louisville) (transfer from California)
--- 188TR. Asiah Jones (Virginia Tech) (transfer from USC)

NOTE #2
Since this list only included the top 150 high school players in 2020, I do not have updates regarding the following players, whose rankings from the October 23, 2019 update are listed:

--- 166. Nevaeh Brown (Wake Forest)
--- 189. Nevaeh Dean (Virginia Tech)
--- 197. Zaria Johnson (Virginia)
--- 203. Khamya McNeal (Syracuse)
--- 207. Claire Neff (Syracuse)
--- 219. Nycerra Minnis (Virginia)
--- 252. Demeara Hinds (Wake Forest)
--- 289. Aliah McWhorter (Wake Forest)


ASGR Top 150 Players
February 5, 2020

Link: https://asgrbasketball.com/top-150-players-in-class-of-2020-compiled-by-bret-mccormick-powered-with-asgr-basketball-recruiting-app-kikihunt-fbcmotton-coachcjasgr-2-2/




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PostPosted: 03/17/20 1:30 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
ASGR Top 350 Recruiting Classes


Great info and a lot of work, but is the title what you wanted to say? It looks more like the ASGR top 150 recruits.
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PostPosted: 03/17/20 3:58 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

GlennMacGrady wrote:
CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
ASGR Top 350 Recruiting Classes


Great info and a lot of work, but is the title what you wanted to say? It looks more like the ASGR top 150 recruits.


You are correct. The previous list I compiled from ASGR's Top 350 Recruiting Classes, released in October 2019. This list I compiled from ASGR's February 2020 release of its top 150 individual players.

I edited my previous post. Thank you for the heads up, GlennMacGrady!


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PostPosted: 03/18/20 11:13 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Ohio All-State Girls Basketball Team presented by Suddenlink
MaxPreps
https://www.maxpreps.com/news/bp_sRK5lDEuossQGKqbIXw/ohio-all-state-girls-basketball-team-presented-by-suddenlink.htm

Player of the Year: Madeline Westbeld
The Notre Dame recruit has also been named Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association Ms. Basketball, Gatorade Ohio Player of the Year and a McDonald’s All-American. She led her team in scoring (18.0) rebounds (11.2), assists (3.6), steals (2.8 ) and blocked shots (2.3).

Updates on senior signees/recruits on MaxPreps' Ohio All-State Girls Basketball Team

Destiny Leo, North (Eastlake) - First Team (signed with Cleveland State)
5-10 | Senior | Small Forward |
Ms. Basketball runner-up and D-I Northeast Lakes District player of the year ended career as one of Ohio’s top 25 all-time scorers (her 2,227 career points ranks No. 24). Averaged 24.8 points and 7.9 rebounds. Two-time first team All-Ohioan also had 747 career rebounds, 263 assists, 217 steals and 132 blocked shots. Started all 103 high school games (88 wins) she played in. Scored career-high 44 points as junior.

Madeline Westbeld, Fairmont (Kettering) - First Team (signed with Notre Dame)
6-2 | Senior | Forward |
Resume is unrivaled – Ohio Ms. Basketball (OPSWA), Ohio D-I Player of the Year, Ohio Gatorade Player of the Year and McDonald’s All-American.

Makira Cook, Mount Notre Dame - Second Team (signed with Dayton)
5-6 | Senior | Guard |
Named All-Ohio, All-Southwest District and All-GGCL. Averaged 16.2 points, 5.7 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals for undefeated and nationally-ranked Cougars.

Sakima Walker, Africentric Early College - Second Team (signed with Rutgers)
6-4 | Senior | Post |
Averaged 14 points (shot 63 percent from the floor), seven rebounds and five blocks for the two-time defending D-III state champion Nubians. Is the daughter of former NBA player Samaki Walker.

Alexia Smith, Africentric Early College - Second Team (signed with Minnesota)
5-8 | Senior | Guard |
Averaged 13 points, five rebounds and three steals while shooting 59 percent from the field and 39 percent from 3. Helped Nubians advance to fifth straight state tournament. Two-time D-III All-Ohio and three-time All-Columbus City League.

Edyn Battle, Gahanna Lincoln - Third Team (signed with Miami (Ohio))
5-7 | Senior | Guard |
Ms. Basketball finalist averaged 16.7 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 2.7 steals. Four-year starter is the program’s all-time leading scorer.

Emma Shumate, Newark - Third Team (signed with West Virginia)
6-1 | Junior | Guard |
Named first team All-Ohio, All-Central District and All-Ohio Capital Conference. Averaged 15.1 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.6 assists for the D-I regional champion Wildcats.

https://www.maxpreps.com/news/bp_sRK5lDEuossQGKqbIXw/ohio-all-state-girls-basketball-team-presented-by-suddenlink.htm


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PostPosted: 03/18/20 3:51 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
Thank you for the heads up, GlennMacGrady!


We've "known" each other for almost 20 years. You can just call me Glenn. It will also be less typing stress on your finger joints, which you have to take care of as you age.

Thanks for your thoughtful, factual and complete updates on many matters.
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California All-State Girls Basketball Team presented by Suddenlink
MaxPreps
by Clay Kallam
https://www.maxpreps.com/news/NjpblaQgMk6UCb9NqNVTgA/california-all-state-girls-basketball-team-presented-by-suddenlink-.htm

Updates on senior signees/recruits on MaxPreps' California All-State Girls Basketball Team

Te-Hina Paopao, La Jolla Country Day – First Team (signed with Oregon)
5-10 | Senior | Guard | Oregon
Paopao compiled impressive stats against that topflight opposition, averaging 22.5 points, 7.9 rebounds and 4.3 assists while making 82 three-pointers on 37 percent shooting and recording a 2.4 assist-to-turnover ratio.

Asia Avinger, Rosary Academy – First Team (signed with San Diego State)
5-7 | Senior | Guard |
Had a brilliant year for Rosary, which won the Southern California Division I Regional championship, but was denied a shot at a second straight state title by Covid-19 — which was about the only thing that could slow down the San Diego State commit.

Vanessa De Jesus, Sierra Canyon – First Team (signed with Duke)
5-8 | Senior | Guard |
In an era dominated by glitz and flash, De Jesus just quietly goes about her business, making shots, grabbing rebounds, stealing passes — and then at the end of the game, the realization dawns that the Duke recruit was the difference in the game.

Anya Choice, Cardinal Newman – Second Team (UC Santa Barbara)
5-8 | Senior | Guard |
All Cardinal Newman did was win, and Anya Choice was the biggest reason why. Some had discounted the Santa Rosa school's chances this year, but with the UC Santa Barbara commit doing pretty much everything, Cardinal Newman made it to the NorCal Open and then knocked off perennial power St. Mary's in the Stockton school's own gym.


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PostPosted: 03/18/20 6:55 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
California All-State Girls Basketball Team presented by Suddenlink
MaxPreps
by Clay Kallam
https://www.maxpreps.com/news/NjpblaQgMk6UCb9NqNVTgA/california-all-state-girls-basketball-team-presented-by-suddenlink-.htm

Updates on senior signees/recruits on MaxPreps' California All-State Girls Basketball Team

Te-Hina Paopao, La Jolla Country Day – First Team (signed with Oregon)
5-10 | Senior | Guard | Oregon
Paopao compiled impressive stats against that topflight opposition, averaging 22.5 points, 7.9 rebounds and 4.3 assists while making 82 three-pointers on 37 percent shooting and recording a 2.4 assist-to-turnover ratio.

Asia Avinger, Rosary Academy – First Team (signed with San Diego State)
5-7 | Senior | Guard |
Had a brilliant year for Rosary, which won the Southern California Division I Regional championship, but was denied a shot at a second straight state title by Covid-19 — which was about the only thing that could slow down the San Diego State commit.

Vanessa De Jesus, Sierra Canyon – First Team (signed with Duke)
5-8 | Senior | Guard |
In an era dominated by glitz and flash, De Jesus just quietly goes about her business, making shots, grabbing rebounds, stealing passes — and then at the end of the game, the realization dawns that the Duke recruit was the difference in the game.

Anya Choice, Cardinal Newman – Second Team (UC Santa Barbara)
5-8 | Senior | Guard |
All Cardinal Newman did was win, and Anya Choice was the biggest reason why. Some had discounted the Santa Rosa school's chances this year, but with the UC Santa Barbara commit doing pretty much everything, Cardinal Newman made it to the NorCal Open and then knocked off perennial power St. Mary's in the Stockton school's own gym.


Second team sophomore Isuneh Brady has committed to UConn.
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PostPosted: 03/19/20 10:53 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

GlennMacGrady wrote:
Second team sophomore Isuneh Brady has committed to UConn.


There were other commitments among juniors and underclassmen on both the Ohio and California lists, but since is a 2020 thread, I only quoted the seniors who had committed to or signed with schools.

But yes, Ice Brady is a top-five player in 2022 who has given a verbal commitment to UConn.


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PostPosted: 03/19/20 8:32 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
GlennMacGrady wrote:
Second team sophomore Isuneh Brady has committed to UConn.


since is a 2020 thread


Hmm, I completely lost track of that. What's worse, she committed in 2019.
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Indiana WBB picks up their first 2020 commitment: Chloe Moore-McNeil, 6-0 G, Greenfield HS (TN)


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