Iowa State, Virginia Tech Trending In Top 20 Early Rankings @BillyFennelly @CoachPorcha @CoachVic_UT @OUCoach_Amy @UVACoachMox @ASGRMedia

Last week, All-Star Girls Report unveiled its rankings of the top 10 recruiting classes based on early commitments for 2023.

It was no big surprise that Arizona and UConn led the way, followed closely by LSU, North Carolina, Stanford, Maryland, Notre Dame, N.C. State, Arkansas and Oregon.

Now, it’s time to show you Nos. 11 through 20. Keep in mind that rankings can change significantly at any moment when a key player commits and that’s why ASGR’s No. 11 through 20 classes are on the cusp of a top-10 ranking. Landing a commitment from a top recruit could help a team that is ranked No. 11 through 20 jumps right into the top 10 and there are plenty of marquee players still available.

Six of the top 10 players in ASGR’s individual rankings remain uncommitted at the moment, led by the top three prospects – Cassandre Prosper, Judea Walker and Milaysia Fulwiley. Of the top 50 players on the list, 19 have not made commitments yet.

Let’s take a quick glimpse at the highlights of the Nos. 11 through 20 rankings for the Class of 2023.

On sheer numbers, Iowa State (No. 11) is having a strong recruiting year. The Cyclones have three commitments from players that are in ASGR’s top 100 and five in the top 150, highlighted by forward Jalynn Bristow.

Virginia Tech (No. 12) has a similar haul with commitments from four players in the top 125. That list is led by point guard Mackenzie Nelson, who is ranked No. 38.

“Mackenzie Nelson is a true point guard who should have an immediate impact,’’ ASGR National Scouting Director Nate Altenhofen said. “Her stock really soared in Chicago this summer.’’

Texas has two commitments from top 50 players and is ranked No. 13 that features one of the more unique players in this class. That’s 6-foot-9 force multiplier Abbie Boutilier.

“Abbie is a rock-solid post,’’ Altenhofen said. “She will fit nicely in (coach) Vic Schaefer’s defensive system as a rim protector.’’

Big Ten schools got involved in the middle of this list. Michigan (No. 14) is led by commitments from point guard Kathryn Eidle (No. 59) and wing Taylor Woodson (No. 62).

At Indiana, the Hoosiers are ranked No. 15 after getting commitments from wing Jules LaMendola (No. 49) and point guard Lenee Beaumont (No. 81).

“That’s a nice point/wing combination,’’ Altenhofen said. “Beaumont will be a solid point in the future and LaMendola, with her defensive length will have an immediate impact.’’

Oklahoma is No. 16, UCLA is No. 17 and Virginia is No. 18 with first-year coach Amaka “Mox’’’ Agugua-Hamilton off to a good start in recruiting. The Cavaliers already have a commitment from guard Olivia McGhee (No. 27).

“I’m a huge Olivia McGhee fan,’’ Altenhofen said. “We’ve had her in (ASGR’s) app for years. She should be a four-year starter.’’

Louisville is No. 19. Georgia Tech is No. 20, thanks in large part to a commitment from shooting guard Nicole Melious, who Altenhofen predicts will be a “three-point sniper’’.

Subscribe to the ASGR Recruiting APP, The Go-To Source For Recruiting Anytime, Anywhere Covering thousands of Prospects With In-depth evaluations Yearly From High Major to Low Major With Rankings, Ratings & Notes for NCAA College Programs.