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myrtle



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PostPosted: 08/09/20 12:37 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Kiki Iriafen, 6-3 F, committed to Stanford. Her finalists also included Notre Dame, UConn, Baylor, and UCLA. Impressive. Ranked #9 in espnW Rankings Class of 2021.


This is great! But my greedy self says sadly we seem to be out of the running for #1 Azzi Fudd. Rumor is she will stay East Coast.


I think Fudd is either UConn bound, or maybe Duke. But note that rumor has it Paige Bueckers, the prize UConn commit, is staying with the Fudd family this summer.


yeah, it looks like that. I think SCaro is still in the running too. But UConn is most likely. With a name like that, it feels like a betrayal.



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PostPosted: 08/09/20 1:19 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

myrtle wrote:
ClayK wrote:
myrtle wrote:
OutdoorsKid wrote:
Kiki Iriafen, 6-3 F, committed to Stanford. Her finalists also included Notre Dame, UConn, Baylor, and UCLA. Impressive. Ranked #9 in espnW Rankings Class of 2021.


This is great! But my greedy self says sadly we seem to be out of the running for #1 Azzi Fudd. Rumor is she will stay East Coast.


I think Fudd is either UConn bound, or maybe Duke. But note that rumor has it Paige Bueckers, the prize UConn commit, is staying with the Fudd family this summer.


yeah, it looks like that. I think SCaro is still in the running too. But UConn is most likely. With a name like that, it feels like a betrayal.


Yes, UConn seems most likely. I wonder if Fudd has ever met Jen Azzi? She's too young to have seen her play before Azzi retired in 2003. I don't think she will go to Stanford, but it would be pretty cool if she did because she might then also lead Stanford to a national championship, just like Jen Azzi did in 1990 (when only people in Connecticut cared about UConn WBB and Geno was a young coach who had not yet recruited Rebecca Lobo).


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PostPosted: 08/09/20 2:06 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I think Fudd is somewhat overhyped. How much, I'm not sure.

Yes, she's a smooth and effective shooter from the mid-range and probably from the three. But at 5-10/11 she isn't going to be a significant college rebounder or defender, and I don't think she has elite passing skills. Finally, she's coming off a serious knee injury, which sometimes can have lasting effects.

A significant chunk of the UConn nation will probably go into a super-Boston and near-EDD mental breakdown if Fudd goes elsewhere.
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PostPosted: 08/25/20 4:08 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

2021 WBB prospect Shannon Clarke, 6-0 W, Lawrence Free State HS (KS), has announced her commitment to Navy (Patriot League)
https://twitter.com/Raoul_000/status/1297356041609457664

As an aside, she is the step-niece of my BFF.


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PostPosted: 09/24/20 1:54 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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In regards to rankings, Dan Olsen that does ESPN Hoopgurlz is tremendous and he is easily the hardest working evaluator there is. I have seen him in gyms all across the country and his July itinerary (not this current July obviously, thank you covid) is always filled with ridiculous travel to see as many of the kids as he humanly can in person. He has a recruiting service that has literally hundreds of subscribers at all levels.


Well, it appears as though ESPN decided to go a different direction. They have gotten in bed with a guy in Boston that is tied to adidas, event running and certain programs. Looks like what was known as hoopgurlz will no longer be a very reliable source. Dan was a very partial observer and ranker, not allowed to run events while contracted with them. That is no longer the case. I learned about this from a coaching friend that appeared to be less than impressed.


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PostPosted: 09/24/20 4:18 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Dan was a very partial observer and ranker....


I'll take it you meant he was an IM-partial observer, given to objectivity. I'd be tempted to think that this kind of political maneuvering is a sign that wcbb is getting to be more *big league*, but....it's really all about the $$$, right? Unfortunate.....



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PostPosted: 09/25/20 8:54 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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purduefanatic wrote:
Dan was a very partial observer and ranker....


I'll take it you meant he was an IM-partial observer, given to objectivity. I'd be tempted to think that this kind of political maneuvering is a sign that wcbb is getting to be more *big league*, but....it's really all about the $$$, right? Unfortunate.....


LOL, yes, that is what I meant. Thank you for the correction. I certainly didn't mean he only watched a little bit haha. Yeah, they are paying this group less to do it, plus the personal relationship and all. It's kind of a mess. A couple of people I know have said those ratings and rankings are pretty much useless now due to the affiliation situation.


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PostPosted: 09/25/20 4:05 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

My understanding is that ESPN has partnered with a company called 3Step, which appears to be trying to consolidate a lot of youth sports under one umbrella. I've heard that Premier Basketball out of Texas has been bought by 3Step, and its staff will do the national rankings.

3Step is very big on the football side, apparently, and owns a lot of basketball clubs, mainly in the Northeast.



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PostPosted: 09/25/20 4:25 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

ClayK wrote:
My understanding is that ESPN has partnered with a company called 3Step, which appears to be trying to consolidate a lot of youth sports under one umbrella. I've heard that Premier Basketball out of Texas has been bought by 3Step, and its staff will do the national rankings.

3Step is very big on the football side, apparently, and owns a lot of basketball clubs, mainly in the Northeast.


All true. They run events and are tied to adidas. The good thing about when Olson did the rankings, he wasn't tied to anyone. Went to all events: Nike, Under Armour, adidas, etc. In fact, he wasn't allowed to run events. Kinda crazy how ESPN has now done a 180 on that.


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PostPosted: 09/28/20 6:23 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

purduefanatic wrote:
ClayK wrote:
My understanding is that ESPN has partnered with a company called 3Step, which appears to be trying to consolidate a lot of youth sports under one umbrella. I've heard that Premier Basketball out of Texas has been bought by 3Step, and its staff will do the national rankings.

3Step is very big on the football side, apparently, and owns a lot of basketball clubs, mainly in the Northeast.


All true. They run events and are tied to adidas. The good thing about when Olson did the rankings, he wasn't tied to anyone. Went to all events: Nike, Under Armour, adidas, etc. In fact, he wasn't allowed to run events. Kinda crazy how ESPN has now done a 180 on that.


I heard they got a call from Ben Franklin who was very persuasive.


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PostPosted: 10/04/20 10:09 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Marquette picks up a commitment from a top 60 recruit - 6'2" Kendra Gillispie out of Oklahoma

https://www.anonymouseagle.com/2020/10/4/21501503/marquette-golden-eagles-womens-basketball-recruiting-kendra-gillispie-commitment

She had previously given a verbal commitment to Ole Miss and then withdrew that commitment. Former Ole Miss assistant Tony Greene is now at Marquette.

Gillispie's announcement video on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/kendragillispie/status/1312849501015678976


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PostPosted: 10/05/20 12:32 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Fudd down to UCLA and UConn...!


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PostPosted: 10/09/20 11:12 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Fudd down to UCLA and UConn...!


Wow. Wouldn't that be a get for UCLA


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PostPosted: 10/28/20 2:28 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Sania Feagin participated in the Wooten Top 150 Camp this past weekend. A huge number of 2021s also participated. Feagin and Arkansas' Jersey Wolfenbarger appeared to get the top reviews of the 2021s there.....


https://jrallstar.com/2020/10/10-takeaways-from-coach-woottens-top-150-in-dallas-tx/


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A few top performers from Day 1 at #Wootten150

⭐️ 2022 Kailyn Gilbert (scored at will)
⭐️ 2021 Sania Feagin (queen of the paint)
⭐️ 2022 Talaysia Cooper (lethal swiss army knife)
⭐️ 2023 Taliah Scott (beyond her years)
⭐️ 2022 Carleigh Wenzel (next level poise and shooting)


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PostPosted: 10/28/20 11:36 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Hoops9092 wrote:
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Fudd down to UCLA and UConn...!


Wow. Wouldn't that be a get for UCLA


It's since been corrected to UCLA , UCONN , Louisville & Maryland .



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PostPosted: 11/09/20 9:28 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

All Star Girls Report (ASGR) - Class of 2021 (as of November 9, 2020)
https://asgrbasketball.com/2021-top-100-players/?v=f24485ae434a

1. Azzi Fudd
2. Saniya Rivers (South Carolina)
3. Amari DeBerry (Connecticut)
4. Raven Johnson (South Carolina)
5. Sania Feagin (South Carolina)

6. Rori Harmon (Texas)
7. Olivia Miles (Notre Dame)
8. Brooke DeMetre (Stanford)
9. Caroline Duchame (Connecticut)
10. Kayla McPherson (North Carolina)

11. Aaliyah Moore (Texas)
12. Clarice Akunwafo (Southern Cal)
13. Okikola Iriafen (Stanford)
14. Sonia Citron (Notre Dame)
15. Jersey Wolfenbarger (Arkansas)

16. Rayah Marshall (Southern Cal)
17. Patyon Verhulst (Louisville)
18. Kyndall Hunter (Texas)
19. Maryum Dauda (Baylor)
20. Teonni Key (North Carolina)

21. Jillian Hollingshead
22. Talia Von Oelhoffen (Oregon State)
23. LaTasha Lattimore (Syracuse)
24. Taylor Bigby (Oregon)
25. Dominique Darius (UCLA)

26. Madison Conner (Arizona)
27. Saylor Poffenbarger (Connecticut)
28. Damiya Hagemann (Michigan State)
29. Bree Hall (South Carolina)
30. Morasha Wiggins (North Carolina)

31. Reigan Richardson (Georgia)
32. Kionna Gaines (Clemson)
33. Jada Malone (Texas A&M)
34. Aneesah Morrow
35. Ariana Wiggins (Michigan)

36. Shyanne Sellers (Maryland)
37. Aziaha James (NC State)
38. Destiny Adams (North Carolina)
39. Aaronette Vonleah (Arizona)
40. Sophia Hart (NC State)

41. Kaitlin Peterson (Indiana)
42. Ja'Niya Quinerly (West Virginia)
43. Sara Puckett (Tennessee)
44. Adalia Mckenzie (Illinois)
45. Kendall Coley (Nebraska)

46. Kaiya Wynn (Tennessee)
47. Makayla Timpson (Florida State)
48. Greta Kampschroeder (Oregon State)
49. Jada Walker (Kentucky)
50. Addison O'Grady (Iowa)

51. Omariah Gordon (Florida State)
52. Jasmine Shavers (Mississippi State)
53. Sacha Washington (Purdue)
54. Laila Phelia (Michigan)
55. Emrie Ellis (Arkansas)

56. Meg Newman (Arizona State)
57. Jzaniya Harriel (Stanford)
58. Mia Moore (Mississippi State)
59. Shayeann Day-Wilson (Syracuse)
60. Grace Hall (Louisiana State)

61. Caileigh Walsh (Northwestern)
62. Timia Ware (Louisiana State)
63. Sydni Schetnan (Louisville)
64. Karoline Striplin (Tennessee)
65. Jessica Timmons (NC State)

66. Emma Calvert (BYU)
67. Bree Salenbien (Gonzaga)
68. Sydney Affolter (Iowa)
69. De'Mauri Flournoy (Vanderbilt)
70. Brianna Snoop Turnage (Virginia Tech)

71. Emma Shumate (West Virginia)
72. Jillian Brown (Northwestern)
73. Knisha Godfrey (Mississippi State)
74. Kendra Gillispie (Marquette)
75. Brooklynn Miles (Tennessee)

76. Eriny Kindred (Texas A&M)
77. Kendall Moriarty (Nebraska)
78. Messiah Hunter (West Virginia)
79. Keyarah Berry (Indiana)
80. Allison Palmieri (Boston College)

81. Kiya Dorroh (Missouri)
82. Carmyn Harrison
83. Stefanie Kulesza (Massachusetts)
84. Kelbie Washington (Oklahoma)
85. Chante Embry (Texas Tech)

86. Paige Bradley (Texas Christian)
87. Alyssa Andrews (Virginia Tech)
88. Mia Mastrov (California)
89. Marisa Davis-Jones (Washington)
90. Kayla Thomas (Penn State)

91. Jayda Curry (California)
92. AJ Marotte (Washington)
93. Eno Inyang (Clemson)
94. Raegyn Conley (Wake Forest)
95. Allison AJ Ediger (Iowa)

96. Amani Bartlett (Syracuse)
97. Krystyna Ellew (Wisconsin)
98. Ashlyn Sage (Arkansas)
99. Ally Van Timmeren (Boston College)
100. Hailey Weaver (Northwestern)


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PostPosted: 11/11/20 11:16 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
All Star Girls Report (ASGR) - Class of 2021 (as of November 9, 2020)
https://asgrbasketball.com/2021-top-100-players/?v=f24485ae434a

1. Azzi Fudd (Connecticut)
2. Saniya Rivers (South Carolina)
3. Amari DeBerry (Connecticut)
4. Raven Johnson (South Carolina)
5. Sania Feagin (South Carolina)

6. Rori Harmon (Texas)
7. Olivia Miles (Notre Dame)
8. Brooke DeMetre (Stanford)
9. Caroline Duchame (Connecticut)
10. Kayla McPherson (North Carolina)



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PostPosted: 11/14/20 3:07 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Younger sister of the peripatetic Destiny Slocum (Maryland, Oregon State and now Arkansas), Trinity Slocum of Mt. View High (Idaho) commits to Hawaii. At 5-7 she is more of a dishin' PG than scorer like sis. Interesting commit considering she had offers from Gonzaga and Michigan. We'll see if she actually becomes a Rainbow Wahine next fall.

https://www.idahopress.com/sports/highschool/basketball_-_girls/mountain-views-trinity-slocum-is-making-her-own-name-for-herself/article_a78ef69e-fdb4-58af-bad7-2671d19a6cf3.html

https://www.instagram.com/trinityslocum/



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PostPosted: 11/15/20 12:46 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Jillian Hollingshead to Georgia. Big signing for them.

https://georgiadogs.com/news/2020/11/14/womens-basketball-georgia-inks-one-of-peach-states-best.aspx


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PostPosted: 11/20/20 11:10 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

From KCRA 3, a Sacramento TV station, here's a story on Jzaniel Harriel, of Antelope High School. She is committed to Stanford.

https://www.kcra.com/article/sacramento-county-s-top-women-s-basketball-player-gets-into-top-university/34735106



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PostPosted: 11/22/20 10:16 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Oregon signs Canadian 6-foot-8 center Phillipina Kyei. Sounds like a work in progress, but guess we will see.



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PostPosted: 11/23/20 1:56 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Her other finalists were Louisville, Maryland and Texas (and Miami) so hopefully for the Ducks this is more than an artificial signing. Either way there isn't much room in the rotation for her right away, so her impact probably won't be a factor until her Junior or even senior year.


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PostPosted: 11/24/20 4:49 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

myrtle wrote:
Oregon signs Canadian 6-foot-8 center Phillipina Kyei. Sounds like a work in progress, but guess we will see.


This is good news! Cool

https://goducks.com/news/2020/11/22/womens-basketball-graves-adds-6-8-center-to-2021-signing-class.aspx

Always nice to have a 'work in progress' even if one already has some 5* Bigs in the mix already.



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