Louisville Pushing UConn For No. 1 Recruiting Class



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The All Star Girls Report has released its updated rankings for the Class of 2015, and two special perimeter players are leading the way. Katie Samuelson is a 6-3 wing from California, and Asia Durr is a 5-10 shooting guard out of Georgia.

“We have Samuelson at No. 1 with Durr at No. 2, but they are both outstanding players,” said ASGR analyst Bret McCormick. “Some services have Durr at No. 1 and Samuelson at No. 2, but in the end they are both phenomenal players. They will both have an immediate impact in college, and they will both end up in the WNBA.”

In general, the Class of 2015 is characterized as being top heavy.

“The top part of this class is very strong. They have a lot of impact type players through the Top 30 or so,” McCormick said. “Once you get farther down the list, there is a more balance. When you look at those players, it all depends on what a program needs, and how a particular player fits into a system.”

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When you look at recruiting classes, McCormick sees an equally tight race for the top slot. Samuelson has committed to Connecticut, and right now ASGR has the Huskies’ recruiting class at No. 1. However, Durr has verballed to Louisville, and the Cardinals have more depth than UConn. The Cardinals are set to sign five players from the national Top 50.

“They have five kids, and I think they helped themselves at every position. This class is going to move them up the ladder a little more,” noted McCormick. “Asia Durr is very close to Samuelson, and she will have an immediate impact. Taja Cole is an explosive, athletic point guard, and Erin DeGrate is an excellent low post player. Brianna Jones is a scorer, and Samantha Fuehring is a fundamental inside-outside player.”

While UConn and Louisville own the top two slots, Notre Dame isn’t far behind. The Fighting Irish has three Top 20 commitments, with No. 4 Arike Ogunbowale leading the list.

“They got Arike Ogunbowale late, and that pushed them way up,” McCormick explained. “This class will keep them competitive with UConn. Arike could definitely start immediately. She is talented and she has a college-ready body. Marina Mabrey is an excellent shooter, and Ali Patberg is a very good true point guard.”

Tennessee’s fourth-ranked class is paced by former North Carolina standout Diamond DeShields, who transferred after one year in Chapel Hill.

“This class should push Tennessee into the Final Four. Diamond DeShields has already proven that she can average 20 points per game at the college level. Te’a Cooper is an athletic scoring guard, and Jamasha MeMe Jackson is a very athletic wing,” McCormick said.

Duke lands in the No. 5 slot with a quartet of Top 50 recruits.

“Duke will be adding a lot of firepower,” McCormick said. “Angela Salvadores is an international kid who can score, and she is very fundamentally sound. Haley Gorecki is a high IQ player who can do it all, and Faith Suggs will give them size and deep three range.”

In the Lone Star State, the Texas Longhorns’ class should help them continue their re-emergence.

“Lashann Higgs is a guard who can really score the basketball. Jordan Hosey is a strong, physical four player with a lot of potential. Christina Aborowa is a long athlete with a huge upside,” McCormick said.

The top class in the Big Ten belongs to Nebraska, with the Cornhuskers falling at No. 7 nationally.

“This is a very good class with good size,” McCormick said. “Jess Shepard is a phenomenal all-around player. At 6-3, she can do it all. She should be a starter from Day One.”

The No. 8 group will be heading to Baylor, where the Bears will benefit from the tremendous prep programs in their home state.

“Baylor did a great job with the Texas kids, especially in the backcourt,” noted McCormick. “Alexis Jones (a transfer from Duke) can really score, and she will probably enter the starting lineup when she becomes eligible.”

Penn State’s class may not have a huge star, but the Nittany Lions are bringing in a deep, talented group of players.

“This class has very good depth that should help Penn State compete for the Big Ten title,” McCormick said. “Brianna Banks (a transfer from UConn) is a combo guard who is coming back from a knee injury, and she should give them one very good season.”

Maryland, with the 10th-rated class, and No. 11 UCLA are on the opposite end of the spectrum. Both the Terps and the Bruins have just two commitments, but they are all Top 25 talents.

“Maryland got two very good players,” McCormick said. “Brianna Fraser is a great athlete who came on very strong this summer. Kiah Gillespie is a multi-positional player with skills. UCLA is getting Ashley Hearn, is a 6-4 four-five player with tremendous athleticism, and Kennedy Burke, who is an explosive wing who has the skills to play anywhere on the perimeter.”

Kentucky earned the 12th spot with a four-player class that has every prospect in the ASGR Top 80, while North Carolina is at No. 13 with three players in the Top 65.

“Kentucky got four good recruits,” McCormick said. “Batouly Camara is the headliner. She has a college-ready body and a very high motor. She could develop into something special. UNC is bringing in a lot of offensive firepower. Stephanie Watts is an athletic, relentless scorer who attacks the basket and hits the three.”

USC is at No. 14 thanks to the addition of Aliyah Mazyck, who is listed at No. 16 nationally. “Mazyck is a player people need to see. She is an unbelievable athlete who played very, very well this summer. She could start as a freshman,” McCormick predicted.

Missouri is stepping up its game in the SEC, and their 2015 class is rated at No. 15.

“Sophie Cunningham is a versatile 6-1 player who is fundamentally sound, and she is a perfect fit for their system. Cierra Porter came back strong from a knee injury this summer,” noted McCormick.

Pac-12 rivals California and Stanford are next at No. 16 and 17.

“Cal got a deep, strong class. Kristine Anigwe stands out. She is a tremendous athlete who can jump and run. She just keeps getting better, and she will be tough to contend with on the block,” McCormick said. “For Stanford, Marta Sniezek is a true point guard with unbelievable court vision and a great feel for the game. Alannah Smith is an Australian player who should also contribute immediately. She is a sleeper who fits their system.”

Purdue and Iowa State have the next two slots, with both programs added very strong classes with numbers.

“Purdue is getting a versatile, deep class that is led by Dominque McBryde,” McCormick said. “McBryde has very good skills, but she is also a blue collar type with a motor that doesn’t stop. The headliner for Iowa State is T T Starks. She is an ultra-athletic, strong kid who can score the basketball in a lot of different ways. They also added two solid kids who fit their style of play.”

The Top 20 is completed by the surging program at Wake Forest.

“Wake Forest is steadily improving, and this is an important step for them,” McCormick said. “Destini Walker is a strong, athletic scorer, and Ariel Stephenson is a very similar type of player.”

Big Ten rivals Michigan State and Ohio State both connected with Top 100 prospects. The Spartans have commitments from three elite players, while the Buckeyes have two commitments.

“Kalabrya Gondrezick will run the show from the point for Michigan State in the future,” McCormick siad. “She is a competitive gym rat who gets everyone involved. Victoria Gaines is a great athlete with an inside-outside game.

“For Ohio State, Kaylan Pugh is a strong athlete who is ready to contribute. She loves to go coast-to-coast and attack the basket. Theresa Ekhelar is a 6-6 center who is developing into a big-time player.”

The Big Ten run continues at No. 23, where Michigan is set to sign five athletes from the Top 150.

“Michigan got five players who should move their program forward,” McCormick said. “Naomi Davenport is coming off a great summer. She can score in a lot of different ways.”

At NC State, Coach Wes Moore will continue the building process with a five-player class that is rated at No. 24.

“This another very deep class with athleticism, size and scorers,” McCormick said. “Jonquanae Cole is the top-rated prospect. They needed a good post player, and they got one.”

Georgia Tech took the No. 25 spot with two players who are ranked in the national Top 100.

“Martine Fortune is a great athlete and shot blocker in the post. Ciani Cryor is a smooth point guard who can make a team go,” commented McCormick.

West Virginia (No. 26), Alabama (No. 27) and Colorado (No. 28) have all garnered commitments from four talented athletes.

“West Virginia is getting four good players who fit their style of play,” McCormick said. “Tynice Martin is a long, explosive athlete who is the kind of player they really like.

“Alabama’s class should provide immediate help for the Tide. Shaquara Wade is a long, athletic wing who is great off the bounce. Breanna Hayden (a transfer from Baylor) is a versatile, athletic perimeter player.”

“Colorado also had a good class, with Alexis Robinson at the top. She is a scoring guard who can really elevate. Kennedy Leonard will join Robinson to give them a great backcourt in the future.”

The Syracuse class is anchored by Davida Dale, the No. 40 prospect in the country.

“Dale should excel in Syracuse’s system,” noted McCormick. “She is a tremendous athlete who can really score, but she also has a very good ability to find the open player and deliver the basketball.”

Virginia is ranked at No. 30, followed by Arkansas at No. 31. Both programs gained commitments from recruits in the Top 50.

“Virginia is getting a good three-player class. Mone’ Jones is a 6-3 player who could play in the post or as a wing,” McCormick said. “Arkansas has a five-player class that is loaded with athleticism, and it is topped by Jordan Danberry. She is a blue chipper out of their backyard. She could be a program changer for them.”

Rutgers and Arizona State are next, with the Scarlet Knights and Sun Devils each getting three strong recruits.

“Aliyah Jeune will be a scoring machine for Rutgers, and she can do it in a lot of ways,” McCormick said. “Victoria Harris is a strong, athletic post with a high motor, and her stock really rose over the summer. For Arizona State, Sabrina Haynes is a strong, physical combo guard who can score, and Armani Hawkins has quickness and shooting range.”

The Top 35 is completed by a pair of schools that have just one commitment, but in both cases it is an outstanding recruit.

“TCU got Jordan Moore, a 6-4 player coming off a great summer. She is long, athletic and strong, and she will be able to score inside,” McCormick said. “Washington is getting Deja Strother, who is a force on the block. She is a strong player who can finish against contact.”

Here is a look at the complete ASGR Top 350:

 

Rank Pos Rating Ht Name School / City / State College
1 WF 98 6’3″ Katie Samuelson Mater Dei, Huntington Beach, CA CONNECTICUT
2 SG 98 5’10” Asia Durr St. Pius X Catholic, Douglasville, GA LOUISVILLE
3 PF 97 6’2″ Naphessa Collier Incarnate Word, O’Fallon, MO CONNECTICUT
4 SG 97 5’10” Arike Ogunbowale Divine Savior Holy Angels, Milwaukee, WI NOTRE DAME
5 PF 97 6’3″ Jess Shepard Fremont, Fremont, NE NEBRASKA
6 WF 96 6’3″ Dejanae Boykin Charles H Flowers, Springdale, MD CONNECTICUT
7 PG 96 5’8″ Te’a Cooper McEachern, Powder Springs, GA TENNESSEE
8 SG 96 5’9″ Lashann Higgs Cedar Ridge, Round Rock, TX TEXAS
9 PG 96 5’9″ Kyra Lambert Clemens, San Antonio, TX DUKE
10 C 96 6’5″ Kalani Brown Slidell Salmon, Slidell, LA
11 SG 96 6’0″ Marina Mabrey Manasquan, Belmar, NJ NOTRE DAME
12 C 96 6’3″ Brianna Fraser Victory Collegiate, Brooklyn, NY MARYLAND
13 PF 96 6’4″ Ashley Hearn Sachse, Rowlett, TX UCLA
14 SG 96 5’10” Stephanie Watts Weddington, Monroe, NC NORTH CAROLINA
15 PG 96 5’8″ Taja Cole Lloyd C Byrd, Richmond, VA LOUISVILLE
16 PG 96 5’10” Aliyah Mazyck Myers Park, Charlotte, NC SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
17 PF 96 6’2″ Batouly Camara Blair Academy, New York, NY KENTUCKY
18 C 96 6’4″ Beatrice Mompremier Miami Senior, Miami, FL
19 PG 96 5’10” Ali Patberg Columbus North, Columbus, IN NOTRE DAME
20 PF 96 6’2″ Jordan Hosey Manvel, Pearland, TX TEXAS
21 C 96 6’7″ Teaira McCowan Brenham, Brenham, TX
22 SG 96 5’10” Angela Salvadores Spain DUKE
23 WF 96 6’1″ Kennedy Burke Sierra Canyon, Northridge, CA UCLA
24 WF 96 6’1″ Kiah Gillespie Capital Prep Magnet, Meriden, CT MARYLAND
25 WF 96 5’10” Jamasha MeMe Jackson Blackman, Hermitage, TN TENNESSEE
26 PG 96 5’7″ Teniya Page Marian Catholic, Chicago, IL PENN STATE
27 C 96 6’5″ Erin DeGrate Waco LaVega, Waco, TX LOUISVILLE
28 SG 96 5’10” Destinee Walker Lake Highland Prep, Ocoee, FL NORTH CAROLINA
29 C 96 6’3″ Kristine Anigwe Desert Vista, Phoenix, AZ CALIFORNIA
30 SG 96 5’11” Crystal Primm Oxbridge Academy, West Palm Beach, FL DUKE
31 WF 95 6’1″ Sophie Cunningham Rockbridge, Columbia, MO MISSOURI
32 PG 95 5’8″ Amari Carter St Johns College, Washington, DC PENN STATE
33 SG 95 5’8″ Brianna Jones North Babylon, North Babylon, NY LOUISVILLE
34 PF 95 6’2″ Troyian Brooks Helen Cox, Harvey, LA
35 PG 95 5’6″ Taylor Murray Annapolis Christian Academy, Odenton, MD KENTUCKY
36 PF 95 6’3″ Caliya Robinson McEachern, Powder Springs, GA GEORGIA
37 C 95 6’4″ Cierra Porter Rock Bridge, Columbia, MO MISSOURI
38 SG 94 6’0″ T T Starks Hopkins, Brooklyn Park, MN IOWA STATE
39 PG 94 5’8″ Jordan Danberry Conway, Conway, AR ARKANSAS
40 SG 94 5’11” Davida Dale St Andrews, Providence, RI SYRACUSE
41 WF 94 5’11” Tynice Martin SW DeKalb, Decatur, GA WEST VIRGINIA
42 PF 94 6’3″ Mone’ Jones Riverside Durham, Durham, NC VIRGINIA
43 WF 94 6’0″ Haley Gorecki Fremd, Palatine, IL DUKE
44 SG 94 6’0″ Maci Morris Bell County, Pineville, KY KENTUCKY
45 WF 94 6’1″ Dominque McBryde Bedford North Lawrence, Bedford, IN PURDUE
46 SG 94 6’1″ Faith Suggs Homewood Flossmoor, Plainfield, IL DUKE
47 C 94 6’4″ Jordan Moore Stony Point, Round Rock, TX TCU
48 PF 94 6’3″ Samantha Fuehring Immaculate Conception, Wanaque, NJ LOUISVILLE
49 C 94 6’4″ Deja Strother Inglemoor, Bothell, WA WASHINGTON
50 WF 94 5’10” Kaylan Pugh St. Marys Episcopal, Collierville, TN OHIO STATE
51 WF 94 6’0″ Naomi Davenport Mt Notre Dame, Cincinnati, OH MICHIGAN
52 SG 93 5’11” Shaquara Wade Huntsville, Huntsville, AL ALABAMA
53 PG 93 5’7″ Marta Sniezek National Cathederal, McLean, VA STANFORD
54 WF 93 6’1″ Destini Walker Hermitage, Henrico, VA WAKE FOREST
55 PG 93 5’8″ Kalabrya Gondrezick Benton Harbor, Benton Harbor, MI MICHIGAN STATE
56 C 93 6’4″ Martine Fortune The Shipley, Philadelphia, PA GEORGIA TECH
57 WF 93 5’11” Ariel Stephenson Prince George, Hopewell, VA WAKE FOREST
58 C 93 6’4″ Jonquanae Cole Paul VI , Gainesville, VA NORTH CAROLINA STATE
59 PF 93 6’1″ Victoria Gaines Merrilville, Merriville, IN MICHIGAN STATE
60 PG 93 5’8″ Alexandria Gulley Skyline, Dallas, TX BAYLOR
61 PF 93 6’1″ Brittany Ward Pike, Indianapolis, IN BUTLER
62 SG 93 5’8″ Danni Williams Clovis, Clovis, NM TEXAS A&M
63 PF 93 6’3″ Eternati Willock Pope John Paul II, Scarborough ON Canada NORTH CAROLINA
64 PG 93 5’7″ Khadazia Sanders Bishop McNamara, Pembroke Township, IL
65 PG 93 5’5″ Tiara Murphy South Bend Washington, South Bend, IN PURDUE
66 SG 93 5’9″ Alexis Robinson Ashland Paul Blazer, Ashland, KY COLORADO
67 PF 93 6’2″ Ayanna Mitchell Salem, Conyers, GA LSU
68 WF 93 6’3″ Lanie Page Wamego, Alma, KS NEBRASKA
69 PG 93 5’7″ Breanna Cavanaugh Blair Academy, Hackettstown, NJ CALIFORNIA
70 PG 93 5’8″ Riley Rose Harding Academy, Searcy, AR MISSOURI STATE
71 PG 93 5’8″ Kortni Simmons Spotsylvania, Spotsylvania, VA WAKE FOREST
72 SG 93 5’11” Aliyah Jeune Life Center Academy, Somerset, NJ RUTGERS
73 WF 93 6’1″ Kalista Walters Bethlehem Central Catholic, Fleetwood, PA PITTSBURGH
74 SG 93 5’8″ Natisha Hiedeman Green Bay Southwest, Green Bay, WI MARQUETTE
75 C 93 6’6″ Theresa Ekhelar Life Center Academy, Burlington , NJ OHIO STATE
76 PG 93 5’5″ Tania Davis Goodrich, Grand Blanc, MI IOWA
77 SG 93 5’9″ Aisia Robertson Bishop O Dowd, Richmond, CA KANSAS
78 PF 93 6’3″ Jenna Allen Bedford North Lawrence, Bedford, IN MICHIGAN STATE
79 PF 93 6’1″ Tierra Floyd Notre Dame Academy, Toledo, OH XAVIER
80 PG 93 6’0″ Morgan Rich Allen County-Scottsville, Scottsville, KY KENTUCKY
81 PF 93 6’3″ Rachel Blackburn Leavenworth, Easton, KS NEBRASKA
82 WF 93 6’1″ Bridget Carleton John McGregor, Chatham Ontario Canada IOWA STATE
83 WF 93 6’1″ LaTashia Jones Leavenworth, Leavenworth, KS OKLAHOMA STATE
84 WF 93 6’2″ Katie McWilliams South Salem, Salem, OR OREGON STATE
85 SG 93 5’9″ Sabrina Haines Desert Vista, Phoenix, AZ ARIZONA STATE
86 PG 93 5’9″ Kaila Ealey Broughton, Raleigh , NC NC STATE
87 PG 93 5’8″ Kennedy Leonard Southlake Carroll, Southlake, TX COLORADO
88 PG 93 5’6″ Adrianna Hahn Ursuliune Academy, Wilmington, DE VILLANOVA
89 SG 93 5’11” Amber Richardson Southeast Raleigh Magnet, Raleigh, NC NC STATE
90 C 93 6’5″ Hallie Thome Chagrin Falls, Chagrin Falls, OH MICHIGAN
91 PG 93 5’5″ Japreece Dean Vista Ridge, Cedar Park, TX TEXAS TECH
92 WF 93 6’0″ Taylor Brown Eastside, Paterson, NJ CLEMSON
93 C 93 6’3″ Zada Williams Lake Wales, Babson Park, FL MIAMI FL
94 PG 93 5’5″ Ciani Cryor Neumann-Goretti, Philadelphia, PA GEORGIA TECH
95 C 93 6’3″ Victoria Harris Parkview, Snellville, GA RUTGERS
96 PG 93 5’4″ Lauren Brozoski Long Island Lutheran, Cambria Heights, NY MICHIGAN
97 SG 93 6’0″ Qalea Ismail Patterson Mills, Bel Air, MD PRINCETON
98 SG 93 5’11” Armani Hawkins Mesa Mountain View, Mesa, AZ ARIZONA STATE
99 PG 93 5’9″ Alyssa Dry IMG ACADEMY FL, Ft. Worth, TX BAYLOR
100 SG 92 5’9″ Cierra Rice Grosse Pointe South, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI ILLINOIS
101 PF 93 6’0″ Otiona Gildon Gonzaga Prep, Spokane, WA OREGON
102 PF 93 6’1″ Rydeiah Rogers Myers Park, Charlotte, NC NC STATE
103 WF 93 6’0″ MaAne Mosley Salesian, Richmond, CA CALIFORNIA
104 SG 93 5’9″ Erica Sanders Lady Bird Johnson, San Antonio, TX
105 SG 93 5’9″ Madinah Muhammad Whitney Young, Hazel Crest, IL MISSISSIPPI
106 C 93 6’4″ Ashanti Thomas Lexington Lafayette, Lexington, KY PENN STATE
107 PG 92 5’6″ Chanette Hicks Maury, Norfolk, VA VIRGINIA TECH
108 PG 92 5’5″ Asha Thomas Bishop O Dowd, Oakland, CA CALIFORNIA
109 C 92 6’3″ Megan Gustafson South Shore, Port Wing, WI IOWA
110 C 92 6’2″ Tyler Johnson Leavenworth, Leavenworth, KS KANSAS
111 WF 92 5’11” Maya Benham Douglas County, Douglasville, GA CINCINNATI
112 PG 92 5’8″ Nicole Munger Central Bucks West, Doylestown, PA MICHIGAN
113 PG 92 5’8″ Ashanae McLaughlin Murry Bergtraum, Bronx, NY SETON HALL
114 PG 92 5’7″ Yassemeen Sadullah Burbank, Burbank, CA WVU
115 WF 92 5’9″ Lamina Cooper Lawrence North, Indianapolis, IN PURDUE
116 PG 92 5’7″ Danielle Edwards McDonough, Owings Mill, MD CLEMSON
117 C 92 6’6″ Cheyenne Hooper Christian Academy Knoxville, Knoxville, TN KANSAS STATE
118 PF 92 6’3″ Justis Szczepanski-Beavers IMG ACADEMY FL, Houston, TX BAYLOR
119 PF 92 6’3″ Meredith Burkhall Des Moines Roosevelt, Manilla, IA IOWA STATE
120 SG 92 6’0″ Aneah Young Polytechnical, Baltimore, MD JAMES MADISON
121 PF 92 6’1″ Jordan Augustus St Mary’s, Flushing, NY ST JOHNS
122 C 92 6’3″ Jaylen Williams Archbishop Williams, North Easton, MA PENN STATE
123 PG 92 5’8″ Jessica Lewis Regis Jesuit, Aurora, CO ARMY
124 PF 92 6’2″ Kelly Koshuta James Madison, Vienna, VA VIRGINIA TECH
125 PF 92 6’1″ Anriel Howard Westlake, Atlanta, GA TEXAS A&M
126 C 92 6’6″ Nora Kiesler Assumption, Louisville, KY PURDUE
127 PG 92 5’7″ Jaelyne Kirkpatrick St Ignatius of Loyola, Oakville Ontario Canada ILLINOIS
128 PG 92 5’8″ Jazzmun Holmes Harrison Central, Gulfport, MS MISS. STATE
129 PG 92 5’9″ Anna Hammaker Christian Academy Knoxville, Knoxville, TN KANSAS STATE
130 PG 92 5’6″ Jordan Hankins Lawrence North, Indianapolis, IN
131 PG 92 5’9″ Deja Swinton Boca Ciega, St. Petersburg, FL
132 WF 92 6’2″ Monica Burich Roseville, Roseville, MN COLORADO
133 PG 92 5’10” Torri Lewis MHEA, Olive Branch, MS MISSISSIPPI
134 PG 92 5’11” Kylee Kopatich Olathe South, Olathe, KS KANSAS
135 SG 92 5’10” Gianna Smith Maury, Norfolk, VA OLD DOMINION
136 C 92 6’4″ Christina Aborowa Neuman Goretti, Philadelphia, PA TEXAS
137 PF 92 6’0″ Ali Engelhardt Mt Caramel, San Diego, CA
138 PG 92 5’8″ Deja Reynolds Imhotep Charter, Philadelphia, PA TEMPLE
139 PF 92 6’3″ Pallas Kunaiyi Akpanah Rabun Gap, Rabun Gap, GA NORTHWESTERN
140 WF 92 5’11” Allazia Blockton Whitefish Bay Dominican, Milwaukee, WI
141 PF 92 6’2″ Sam Trammel Eden Prairie, Minnetonka, MN MICHIGAN
142 PF 92 6’2″ Hannah Stewart Bishop Ryan Catholic, Minot, ND IOWA
143 SG 92 5’9″ Camille Anderson Buford, Buford, GA NORTH CAROLINA STATE
144 WF 92 6’1″ Jade Phillips Southeast Raleigh, Raleigh, NC SYRACUSE
145 SG 92 6’0″ Anja Martin Stevenson, San Antonio, TX WEST VIRGINIA
146 C 92 6’4″ Ijeoma Odimgbe Johnson, Savannah, GA OKLAHOMA
147 C 92 6’4″ Taylor Doan Kearney, Kearney, MO ALABAMA
148 WF 92 6’1″ Alexandra Wittinger Delano, Corcoran, MN ILLINOIS
149 PF 92 6’0″ Dejoria Howard Orangeburg-Wilkerson, Orangeburg, SC
150 PF 92 6’2″ Julia Chandler Northern, Toronto Canada SYRACUSE
151 PG 92 5’7″ Andee Velasco Mater Dei, Yorba Linda, CA LOYOLA MARYMOUNT
152 PG 92 5’8″ Jayde Christopher Cleveland, Federal Way, WA KANSAS
153 PF 92 6’2″ Ashanti Coleman Sacred Heart Cathederal, San Francisco, CA ARIZONA
154 WF 92 6’2″ Marguerite Effa Fairfax, Los Angeles, CA USC
155 SG 92 5’7″ Tania Lamb Long Beach Poly, Norwalk, CA PITTSBURGH
156 PF 92 6’2″ Danielle Garven Saint John Paul II, Toronto ON Canada MINNESOTA
157 WF 92 6’0″ Ccoriea Foy Jack Britt, Fayetteville, NC ALABAMA
158 PF 92 6’2″ Tagyn Larson Sioux Falls Roosevelt, Sioux Falls, SD IOWA
159 PF 92 6’1″ Lena Niang Riverdale Baptist, Bowie, MD NC STATE
160 C 92 6’4″ Shannon Coffee Centerville, Centerville, OH STANFORD
161 C 92 6’4″ Tarea Green Hillsboro, Hillsboro, OR OREGON STATE
162 PF 92 6’3″ Reauna Cleaver Elizabethtown, Elizabethtown, KY LOUISIANA TECH
163 PF 92 6’1″ Kianna Ibis Omaha Benson, Omaha, NE ARIZONA STATE
164 PF 92 6’2″ Jalissa Ross Fenway, Roxbury, MA RHODE ISLAND
165 PG 92 5’6″ Latecia Smith Narbonne, Gardena, CA SETON HALL
166 PG 92 5’7″ Stephanie Jones Loomis Chaffee Prep, Shelton, CT BOSTON COLLEGE
167 SG 92 6’0″ Kyeria Ki Ki Hannah Southmoore, Moore, OK MISSOURI STATE
168 PG 92 5’6″ Kristian Hudson Clay Chalkville, Birmingham, AL
169 PG 92 5’8″ Brittany Byrd Bogan, Chicago, IL
170 PG 92 5’5″ Darby Maggard Ft Wayne Canterbury, Larwill, IN BELMONT
171 WF 92 6’0″ Jonika Garvin Lake Worth, Lake Worth, FL AUBURN
172 SG 92 6’0″ Katherine Strong Bloom, Chicago Heights, IL VCU
173 PG 92 5’6″ Mei-Lyn Bautista St Marys, Whitestone, NY GEORGE WASHINGTON
174 C 92 6’4″ Shakyna Payne Etowah, Acworth, GA VIRGINIA
175 SG 92 5’10” Tanita Allen Whitney Young, Chicago, IL DEPAUL
176 WF 92 6’1″ Alana Gilmer Archbishop Williams, North Easton, MA VIRGINIA TECH
177 SG 92 5’11” Grace Hunter Athens Drive, Raleigh, NC CHARLOTTE
178 PG 92 5’6″ Janiah Mckay Gainesville, Gainesville, FL AUBURN
179 PG 92 5’5″ Danielle King Bloom, Steger, IL MARQUETTE
180 C 92 6’3″ Lauren Yearwood Oak Bay Secondary, Victoria BC Canada OREGON
181 PG 92 5’8″ Dionna White Milford Mill Academy, Baltimore, MD GEORGETOWN
182 SG 92 5’9″ Amani Wilborn Milwaukee Riverside, Milwaukee, WI MARQUETTE
183 WF 92 6’1″ Makenzie Ellis Tulsa Washington, Tulsa, OK COLORADO
184 PF 92 6’1″ Keiryn Swenson Maize, Wichita, KS ARKANSAS
185 WF 92 6’0″ Akina Wellere Brooks College Prep, Chicago, IL ST JOHNS
186 WF 92 5’11” Jordanna Porter Kileen Ellison, Killleen, TX UTAH
187 WF 92 5’10” Kiara Desamours Dunbar, Lehigh Acres, FL LAMAR
188 PF 92 6’2″ Chyanna Canada Nottingham, Syracuse, NY TEMPLE
189 PG 92 5’6″ Keri Jewett Dunbar, Ft Myers, FL SOUTHERN MISS
190 C 92 6’6″ Ksenija Madzarevic Rabun Gap School, Rabun Gap, GA TULANE
191 PF 92 6’2″ Hannah Schuchts MaClay, Tallahassee, FL MISSOURI
192 C 92 6’4″ Debra Ferguson Amherst County, Madison Heights , VA VIRGINIA
193 C 92 6’3″ Zion Campbell St. John’s College, Washington, DC MISS STATE
194 PG 92 5’7″ Taylor Kalmer Corona del Sol, Chandler, AZ OREGON STATE
195 PG 92 5’10” Zhane Templeton South Grand Prairie, Grand Prairie, TX GONZAGA
196 C 92 6’2″ Crystal Polk Lawton IKE, Lawton, OK TULSA
197 PG 92 5’8″ Te’erica Eason Lovett, Atlanta, GA NORTHEASTERN
198 SG 92 5’10” Taylor Emery Freedom, Tampa, FL TULANE
199 PG 92 5’5″ Lauren Saiki Mark Keppel, Monterey Park, CA WEST VIRGINIA
200 WF 92 6’0″ Cheyanne Wallace Sierra Canyon, Woodland Hills, CA
201 PG 92 5’7″ MaKayla Timmons Columbia Central, Columbia, TN OLD DOMINION
202 PG 92 5’7″ Michal Miller Michigan City, Merrillville, IN
203 SG 92 5’8″ Raven Fox Elizabeth Seton, Bladensburg, MD
204 WF 92 6’2″ Bridget Herlihy Braintree, Braintree, MA
205 C 92 6’4″ Shannon Ryan Beekmantown, Plattsburgh, NY BOSTON COLLEGE
206 PG 92 5’5″ Malicia Monk North Little Rock, North Little Rock, AR ARKANSAS
207 PG 92 5’6″ Hannah Parchment IMG Academy, Bradenton, FL
208 WF 92 6’1″ Kelsi Mahoney Jay M Robinson, Concord, NC GEORGE WASHINGTON
209 PF 92 6’2″ Da’Ja Thomas Skyline, Dallas, TX SMU
210 PG 92 5’7″ Brijanee Moore St. Mary’s, Stockton, CA
211 SG 92 6’0″ Martha Kuderer Eden Prairie, Eden Prairie, MN SETON HALL
212 C 92 6’4″ Kayla Thomas Mastery Charter, Philadelphia, PA CENTRAL FLORIDA
213 SG 92 5’8″ Najala Howell DeSoto, DeSoto, TX UTEP
214 C 92 6’3″ Destiny Graham East Side Prep, East Palo Alto, CA ARIZONA
215 WF 92 5’11” Amber Skidgel Hebron Christian Academy, Bethlehem, GA GEORGIA
216 SG 92 5’11” Zuriel Sanders Castle, Newburgh, IN TEXAS TECH
217 SG 92 6’0″ Serithia Hawkins Southmoore, Moore, OK HOUSTON
218 PF 92 6’0″ Keturah KK Barbour Albermarle, Charlottesville, VA LIBERTY
219 C 92 6’3″ Jaisa Nunn Juanita, Kirkland, WA
220 PG 92 5’8″ Karli Wheeler Plainview, Plainview, TX OKLAHOMA STATE
221 PF 92 6’2″ Jaida Robinson Anson, Mowen, NC CHARLOTTE
222 SG 92 6’0″ Bailey Zimmerman Wonderview, Hattiesville, AR ARKANSAS
223 PG 92 5’4″ Kyiarah English East Orange, East Orange, NJ BUCKNELL
224 PG 92 5’7″ Briajunae Shepard Mission Bay, San Diego, CA
225 PF 92 6’0″ Alex Johnson Blackman, Murfreesboro, TN MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE
226 C 92 6’5″ Adrienne Darden The Miller School, Charlottesville, VA DELAWARE
227 SG 92 6’0″ Kayla Goth DeForest, DeForest, WI KANSAS STATE
228 PF 92 6’2″ Ashleigh Parkinson Newark Catholic, Newark, OH DAYTON
229 PF 92 6’1″ Chinyere Bell Southview, Fayetteville, NC GEORGE MASON
230 PF 92 6’2″ Jentry Holt Elgin , Elgin, OK OKLAHOMA STATE
231 WF 92 6’0″ Kauai Bradley Marian Catholic, New Lenox, IL PITTSBURGH
232 WF 92 6’2″ Audrey Faber WDM Dowling, Clive, IA CREIGHTON
233 PF 92 6’0″ Brenna Wise Vincentian, Cranberry Township, PA
234 C 92 6’4″ Deja Mason Northside Brennan, San Antonio, TX UTAH STATE
235 C 92 6’3″ Caitlin Jenkins Huntington, Shreveport, LA SOUTHERN MISS
236 PG 92 5’8″ Tierra Webb Richton South, Richton Park, IL INDIANA STATE
237 C 92 6’4″ Danielle Williams North Crowley, Fort Worth, TX INDIANA
238 PG 91 5’7″ Gabrielle Stanton Kingwood, Kingwood, TX RICE
239 PF 91 6’3″ Erica Meyer Wilton, Wilton, CT PROVIDENCE
240 C 91 6’5″ Briana Berryman Indian Creek, Wintersville, OH YOUNGSTOWN ST.
241 WF 91 6’2″ Destiny Campbell Scotland County, Laurinburg, NC JAMES MADISON
242 WF 91 5’10” Briunna Freeman Pelham, Pelham, GA ARKANSAS
243 WF 91 5’10” Arella Guirantes Bellport, Bellport, NY
244 PG 91 5’9″ Jasmin Samz Wausau West, Wausau, WI ST LOUIS
245 WF 91 5’10” Keshara Scott JW North, Moreno Valley, CA
246 PF 91 6’1″ Bria Gibson Sanderson, Raleigh, NC VCU
247 SG 91 5’10” Tene Thompson Hillgrove, Powder Springs, GA TULANE
248 C 91 6’2″ Kym Royster Newark, Newark, OH INDIANA
249 PF 91 6’1″ Jerusha Paine Central Catholic, Oregon City, OR
250 C 91 6’2″ Jodi-Marie Ramil Binghampton, Binghamton, NY GEORGETOWN
251 PF 91 6’0″ Michala Clay Roland Park Country School, Baltimore, MD ST JOSEPHS
252 WF 91 5’11” Sydney Jordan Stonewall Jackson, Manassas, VA PRINCETON
253 WF 91 6’3″ Kayla Cooper-Williams Hylton, Dumfries, VA JAMES MADISON
254 WF 91 6’1″ Tirsta Magee Presbyterian Christian, Ellisville, MS ALABAMA
255 PF 91 6’0″ Chavon Tiggs Flint Southwestern, Flint, MI EASTERN MICHIGAN
256 PG 91 5’8″ Katrina Pardee Vista Ridge, Cedar Park, TX WEST VIRGINIA
257 WF 91 5’11” Astaja Tyghter Colonial, Orlando, FL GEORGIA STATE
258 SG 91 6’0″ Nikki McDonald Wesleyan, Atlanta, GA ELON
259 PG 91 5’7″ Madison Newby Archer, Lawrenceville, GA GEORGIA STATE
260 SG 91 5’9″ Kayla Blair Vanden, Fairfield, CA PEPPERDINE
261 PG 91 5’8″ Logan Reynolds Wise Central, Norton, VA JAMES MADISON
262 SG 91 5’11” Alexis Brewer Larue County, Buffalo, KY
263 SG 91 5’11” Kayla Smith Fayetteville, Fayetteville, GA WESTERN KENTUCKY
264 WF 91 6’0″ Aryn McClure Archbishop Molloy, Springfield Gardens, NY QUINNIPIAC
265 SG 91 5’8″ Dominique Doseck Athens, Athens, OH OHIO UNIVERSITY
266 PF 91 6’2″ Desiree Keeling William Fleming, Roanoke, VA RUTGERS
267 SG 91 5’10” Nakira Goings Osborne, Marietta, GA CINCINNATI
268 PG 91 5’7″ Deja Rawls Abington, Jenkintown, PA SIENA
269 WF 91 6’0″ Grace Stant Rumson Fair Haven, Fair Haven, NJ VILLANOVA
270 WF 91 6’0″ Sydney Raggio Saint Ignatius, San Brumo, CA ST MARYS COLLEGE
271 WF 91 6’1″ Joyce Harrell Cleveland, Seattle, WA BOISE STATE
272 SG 91 6’0″ Dajah Logan McDonough, Randallstown, MD COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
273 PG 91 5’8″ Devin Gray Oxbridge Academy, Wellington, FL TEXAS STATE
274 PG 91 5’8″ Jazz Taylor Duncanville, Irving, TX RICE
275 WF 91 6’0″ Kendall McCoy Sylvania Northview, Sylvania, OH MIAMI OH
276 PF 91 6’2″ Ra’Kyra Gabriel Brookside Christian, Tracy, CA FLORIDA ATLANTIC
277 C 91 6’3″ Sharayla Brown East Central, Tulsa, OK HOUSTON
278 SG 91 5’10” Kiara Scott Ellender Memorial, Houma, LA ARKANSAS LITTLE ROCK
279 SG 91 5’10” Daley Handy Maize, Wichita, KS WYOMING
280 WF 91 6’1″ Tahnia McDaniel Euless Trinity, Arlington, TX GRAMBLING STATE
281 SG 91 5’9″ Abby Grant St. Francis, Suwanee, GA SYRACUSE
282 PF 91 6’0″ Princess Aghayere South Lakes, Reston, VA
283 PF 91 6’1″ Adeola Akomolafe El Dorado, El Paso , TX UTEP
284 C 91 6’5″ Tara Dusharm Foley, Foley, MN ST LOUIS
285 SG 91 5’10” Cloe’ Lane Blue Springs, Blue Springs, MO
286 SG 91 5’7″ Jordan Muhammad Ardrey Keil, Charlotte, NC PRINCETON
287 C 91 6’4″ Alexandria Smith Murry Bergtraum, Bronx, NY
288 PF 91 6’2″ Jameira Johnson McDonough, Tameytown, MD PENN
289 PG 91 5’7″ Sydney Skinner Plano West, Plano, TX HARVARD
290 PG 91 5’9″ Taisha Murphy Clayton, Clayton, NC RICHMOND
291 C 91 6’3″ Mackenzie Wolf Sheboygan North, Kohler, WI WISCONSIN GREEN BAY
292 C 91 6’2″ Taylor Byrne Long Island Lutheran, Massapequa, NY SETON HALL
293 C 91 6’2″ Molly Reagan Braintree East, Braintree, MA LIBERTY
294 C 91 6’2″ Jaquanna Murray Orangeburg Wilkinson, Orangeburg, SC
295 SG 91 5’10” Erica Ogwumike Cypress Woods, Cypress, TX
296 SG 91 5’9″ Misha Jones Battlefield, Manassas Park, VA WILLIAM & MARY
297 SG 91 6’0″ Hannah Friend Taft Prep School, Troy, NY BOSTON UNIVERSITY
298 WF 91 5’11” Salita Greene Jordan Durham, Durham, NC
299 PG 91 5’5″ Kierra Anthony New Iberia, New Iberia, LA LA. TECH
300 PG 91 5’10” Alexa Romano La Cueva, Albuquerque, NM STANFORD
301 PG 91 5’6″ Shambria Washington Trinity Catholic, Ocala, FL
302 PG 91 5’7″ Raven Baker Malvern, Malvern, AR
303 PG 91 5’7″ Erika Bean Bradshaw Christian, Sacramento, CA UTAH
304 WF 91 6’1″ Destinee Walker West Florence, Florence, SC
305 PG 91 5’8″ Myka Johnson-Matthews Bishop McNamara, Upper Marlboro, MD STETSON
306 SG 91 5’11” Grace VanderWeide West Des Moines Valley, West Des Moines, IA MISSOURI STATE
307 PG 91 5’6″ Ashley Irving Lower Richland, Hopkins, SC
308 PF 91 6’3″ Hailey Tucker Bartlesville, Bartlesville, OK
309 WF 91 5’10” Jasmine LeBlanc Breaux Bridge, Breaux Bridge, LA LOUISIANA TECH
310 PG 91 5’8″ Kayla Thigpen Palm Beach Lakes, West Palm Beach, FL UCF
311 WF 91 6’0″ Amber Jamison Rochester Adams, Rochester Hills, MI NORTHWESTERN
312 SG 91 5’10” Corey James West Albany, Albany, OR
313 PG 91 5’6″ Kierra Palmer Aberdeen , Aberdeen, MD BRYANT
314 PG 91 5’8″ Laura Stockton Gonzaga Prep, Spokane, WA GONZAGA
315 WF 91 6’0″ Caroline Davis Caravel Academy, Newark, DE PRINCETON
316 SG 91 5’8″ Kristalyn Baisden Berkshire School, East Hartford, CT ST JOSEPHS
317 SG 91 5’8″ Alexia Douglas Brentwood, Bayshore, NY FORDHAM
318 PG 91 5’7″ Alex Frazier Central Gwinnett, Lawrenceville, GA EAST CAROLINA
319 SG 91 6’0″ Alexis Hamlet West Memphis, West Memphis, AR
320 SG 91 5’10” Jewell Triggs Vanderbilt Catholic, Thibodaux, LA GEORGE MASON
321 PF 91 6’3″ Tori Schickel Evansville Mater Dei, Poseyville, IN BUTLER
322 WF 91 5’11” Ciara Cumbie Wekiva, Apopka, FL
323 PG 91 5’4″ Shakeela Fowler Milwaukee King, Brown Deer, WI ILLINOIS STATE
324 PG 91 5’7″ Cassidy Walsh Seton LaSalle, Pittsburgh, PA PITTSBURGH
325 SG 91 5’11” Ahnje AJ Timbers Neumann-Goretti, Glassboro, NJ TOWSON
326 SG 91 5’9″ Lauren Cannatelli Lakota West, Cincinnati, OH DAYTON
327 PG 91 5’10” Shayna Gore Logan, Logan, WV MARSHALL
328 WF 91 6’0″ Austin Richardson Lee’s Summit West, Lee’s Summitt, MO
329 C 91 6’2″ Brianna Porter University School, LaVergne, TN MEMPHIS
330 PF 91 6’2″ Arianne Whitaker Lakota West, West Chester, OH WINTHROP
331 C 91 6’4″ Alex Parlatto Wantagh, Wantagh, NY FORDHAM
332 SG 91 5’11” Alexis Lewis Holy Redeemer, Pittston, PA IONA
333 PF 91 6’1″ Paris Strawther Liberty, Las Vegas, NV UNLV
334 SG 91 5’8″ Olivia Elger Richwood, Peoria, IL CREIGHTON
335 SG 91 5’7″ Sianni Martin Neumann-Goretti, Philadelphia, PA TOWSON
336 WF 91 6’0″ Aubree Brown Archbishop Wood, Philadelphia, PA DREXEL
337 SG 91 5’9″ Khali Pippins-Tryon Duncanville, Mansfield, TX LAMAR
338 PF 91 6’0″ Akaylah Hayes Milwaukee King, Milwaukee, WI WISCONSIN MILWAUKEE
339 PF 91 6’1″ Chloe Long Bob Jones, Madison, AL JACKSONVILLE STATE
340 WF 91 6’0″ Erika Davenport Clarkston, Clarkston, MI
341 PG 91 5’6″ Alyssa Monaghan Cardinal O’Hara, Springfield, PA ST JOSEPHS
342 WF 91 6’1″ Ninni Salmi Kauhajoki Finland SAN FRANCISCO
343 C 91 6’4″ MaCayla Hanks Mountain Crest, Hyrum, UT BYU
344 PG 91 5’10” Brooke Salas El Dorado, Anaheim, CA
345 PF 91 6’2″ Bailee Wolfe Bartow, Bartow, FL UAB
346 PG 91 5’8″ Michelle Weaver South Bend St. Joseph, South Bend, IN BUTLER
347 PG 91 5’6″ Christalah Lyons Skyline, Dallas, TX
348 PG 91 5’9″ Kalen Phillips South Jones, Ellisville, MS
349 PF 91 6’1″ Kendall Jessing Sylvania Northview, Sylvania, OH OHIO UNIVERSITY
350 SG 91 5’8″ Keondria Calloway Mary Persons, Forsyth, GA MERCER

 

 

 

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