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PostPosted: 05/30/20 10:33 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Since it is now official from the actual prospect, and not just some word of some dude running an online recruiting site.....


Saniya Rivers has officially committed to South Carolina.....


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PostPosted: 05/31/20 9:29 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Emma Chardon, a 6’2” Power Forward from Switzerland to Maryland.


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PostPosted: 06/05/20 11:11 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Madison (WI) Menorial 5'7 G Mia Morel commits to Cal Baptist
https://madison.com/wsj/sports/high-school/basketball/girls/madison-memorial-junior-guard-mia-morel-makes-college-decision-for-womens-basketball/article_2988135f-6ab0-5630-8d0e-ed59e89e930d.html



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PostPosted: 06/07/20 8:12 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Teonni Key, 5-star wing and younger sister of Tenn's Tamari Key, commits to UNC. Banghart has 5 new recruits coming in this year, and Key and Destiny Adams committed for 2021.


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PostPosted: 06/08/20 3:08 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

OLIVIA POLLERD (AUS) TO DUKE!
Olivia Pollerd, a 6-3 forward from Australia, has committed to Duke.

As a member of the Gems (Australia’s junior national team) at the FIBA 2017 U16 Women’s Asian Championship, Pollerd played in five of six games and averaged 3.0 points and 3.4 rebounds in 13.1 minutes per game. Australia won the gold medal at the tournament.
https://www.fiba.basketball/oceania/u17women/2019/team/Australia

As a member of the Gems at the FIBA 2019 U17 Oceania Championship, Pollerd averaged 13.2 points and 5.2 rebounds, shooting 76.8 percent from two-point range and 36.8 percent from three (61.7 percent overall). Australia went 5-0 in the tournament, routing New Zealand in the final.
https://www.fiba.basketball/oceania/u17women/2019/team/Australia

Already an accomplished player at State Championship level with the Southern Peninsula Sharks, in July 2018, the Deakin Melbourne Boomers added Pollerd as a Development Player for the 2018-2019 WNBL season.
https://wnbl.basketball/melbourne/news/boomers-add-young-guard-olivia-pollerd/

For 2019 and 2020, she was one of the athletes to receive a scholarship and play for Centre of Excellence (CoE). The CoE is a program that brings together the best young players from around Australia to live and train together in a high-performance environment with the assistance of elite coaches.
https://australia.basketball/blog/2019/12/20/basketball-australias-centre-of-excellence-welcomes-five-new-scholarship-holders/

Olivia Pollerd recently toasted an Australian Junior Championships gold medal at the Australian Institute of Sport with Victoria, winning the U20 Women’s tournament.

Following her Australian Junior Championships success, Pollerd was invited to the Basketball Without Borders Global Camp, held February 14-16, 2020 at the 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago, Illinois. The camp featured 15 current prospects from NBA Academies, the league’s network of elite basketball training centers around the world for top male and female prospects from outside the U.S., and 12 prospects who participated in The NBA Academies Women’s Program, a series of basketball development camps for top female prospects from outside the United States at the league’s academies.
http://basketballvictoria.com.au/giddey-melbourne-and-pollerd-invited-to-basketball-without-borders-camp/
https://pickandroll.com.au/giddey-wigness-leads-aussies-in-basketball-without-borders-2020/


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PostPosted: 06/25/20 6:47 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

ESPN 5-star PG and overall #13 Raven Johnson committed today to South Carolina.

Johnson rounds out the 4-prospect class, which includes #3 G Saniya Rivers, #6 F Sania Feagin, and #26 G Bree Hall.


Johnson comes to USC out of Westlake High School in Atlanta, GA. Westlake became the eighth school in Georgia state history to win three consecutive girls basketball state championships in the highest classification when it defeated previously unbeaten Collins Hill 72-53 in early March.

The common thread in the Lions’ successful run has been Raven Johnson, the only player to start in all three finals victories.

“She’s a very good student. She’s one of our honor-roll students, and we’re very proud of that,” Westlake coach Hilda Hankerson said. “But leave no doubt, Raven has the mindset of a champion. When she came in as a freshman, she looked at me and she said, ‘I’m going to win the state for those seniors.’ We had six seniors on that team, and she was the only freshman who started.”

Against Collins Hill this year, in a rematch of the 2019 final that Westlake won 60-53, Johnson scored 23 points and had six rebounds, four assists, a blocked shot and a steal. She also shot 8-for-12 from the field, 3-for-3 on 3-pointers and 4-5 from the free-throw line while playing all 32 minutes.

“Raven is a real team player,” Hankerson said. “She’s gonna do whatever we need her to do. If she needs to feed the other guards more, she will do that. If she needs to score more, she’ll do that. When Collins Hill came out and they played that real tight 2-3 zone in the beginning, they laid in there real tight, and she’s a real good 3-point shooter. She dropped a couple of 3s and made them open it up a little bit.”

Johnson led the Lions this season in points scored with 478 (15 per game) and had team-best averages of 4.3 steals and 3.9 assists. She also contributed 5.2 rebounds and 0.6 blocks per game. She is ranked No. 13 nationally among juniors by ESPN and chose South Carolina from scholarship offers from Mississippi State, Baylor, Georgia, UCLA, Oregon, Miami, North Carolina and Rutgers, to a name a few, according to Hankerson.

“I think Raven Johnson is the best player in the state of Georgia, and so do many other people I have meetings with,” said Cherokee coach Matt Cates, whose team lost to Westlake 62-33 in the semifinals. “She is the best player I saw all year, in or out of state. She is the type of player who does not get rattled when pressured, and she keeps her team under control. But when it’s time for her to do extra, she does. She can dominate any game at any time but chooses to be a better teammate and do what’s best for her team.”

Westlake finished the season 30-2 overall (24-0 against Georgia teams) and ranked No. 14 nationally by MaxPreps. Westlake is 90-4 during the past three seasons, with all four losses coming against out-of-state competition.

This year’s team, however, was probably the most dominant of the three champions. The Lions won all 12 of their games in region play by at least 22 points and won their five playoff games by an average of 32 points. The victory against Collins Hill in the final was their only playoff game closer than 29 points.

“It definitely was the strongest team as far as our ability to put up points,” Hankerson said. “This team could probably score faster. The first team had more depth, so each team had its own little flavor. But this one could put up points faster than any other team.”


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PostPosted: 07/01/20 8:39 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Tennessee Lady Vol's
Brooklynn Miles
POINT GUARD, CLASS: 2021
96 SCOUTS GRADE
Richmond, KY
HOMETOWN Franklin County HIGH SCHOOL
5-6 HEIGHT
46 OVERALL RANK
9 POSITION RANK


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PostPosted: 07/03/20 6:23 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Ladyvol777 wrote:
Tennessee Lady Vol's
Brooklynn Miles
POINT GUARD, CLASS: 2021
96 SCOUTS GRADE
Richmond, KY
HOMETOWN Franklin County HIGH SCHOOL
5-6 HEIGHT
46 OVERALL RANK
9 POSITION RANK



That's a damn strong class for Coach Harper....


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PostPosted: 07/07/20 9:23 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Stanford commit Eleni Bosgana from Greece. She's 6-2 and listed as a wing. So far we also have #4 Brooke Demetre and #52 Jzaniya Harriel. Still have two scholies open for 2021.



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