Louisville Pushing UConn For No. 1 Recruiting Class



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.”

Subscribers can log on to the database at subscriber login at top of page. Ratings and player notes are included from veteran analyst McCormick, providing programs from high majors to mid-majors with invaluable information.

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:

 

RankPosRatingHtNameSchool / City / StateCollege
1WF986’3″Katie SamuelsonMater Dei, Huntington Beach, CACONNECTICUT
2SG985’10”Asia DurrSt. Pius X Catholic, Douglasville, GALOUISVILLE
3PF976’2″Naphessa CollierIncarnate Word, O’Fallon, MOCONNECTICUT
4SG975’10”Arike OgunbowaleDivine Savior Holy Angels, Milwaukee, WINOTRE DAME
5PF976’3″Jess ShepardFremont, Fremont, NENEBRASKA
6WF966’3″Dejanae BoykinCharles H Flowers, Springdale, MDCONNECTICUT
7PG965’8″Te’a CooperMcEachern, Powder Springs, GATENNESSEE
8SG965’9″Lashann HiggsCedar Ridge, Round Rock, TXTEXAS
9PG965’9″Kyra LambertClemens, San Antonio, TXDUKE
10C966’5″Kalani BrownSlidell Salmon, Slidell, LA
11SG966’0″Marina MabreyManasquan, Belmar, NJNOTRE DAME
12C966’3″Brianna FraserVictory Collegiate, Brooklyn, NYMARYLAND
13PF966’4″Ashley HearnSachse, Rowlett, TXUCLA
14SG965’10”Stephanie WattsWeddington, Monroe, NCNORTH CAROLINA
15PG965’8″Taja ColeLloyd C Byrd, Richmond, VALOUISVILLE
16PG965’10”Aliyah MazyckMyers Park, Charlotte, NCSOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
17PF966’2″Batouly CamaraBlair Academy, New York, NYKENTUCKY
18C966’4″Beatrice MompremierMiami Senior, Miami, FL
19PG965’10”Ali PatbergColumbus North, Columbus, INNOTRE DAME
20PF966’2″Jordan HoseyManvel, Pearland, TXTEXAS
21C966’7″Teaira McCowanBrenham, Brenham, TX
22SG965’10”Angela SalvadoresSpainDUKE
23WF966’1″Kennedy BurkeSierra Canyon, Northridge, CAUCLA
24WF966’1″Kiah GillespieCapital Prep Magnet, Meriden, CTMARYLAND
25WF965’10”Jamasha MeMe JacksonBlackman, Hermitage, TNTENNESSEE
26PG965’7″Teniya PageMarian Catholic, Chicago, ILPENN STATE
27C966’5″Erin DeGrateWaco LaVega, Waco, TXLOUISVILLE
28SG965’10”Destinee WalkerLake Highland Prep, Ocoee, FLNORTH CAROLINA
29C966’3″Kristine AnigweDesert Vista, Phoenix, AZCALIFORNIA
30SG965’11”Crystal PrimmOxbridge Academy, West Palm Beach, FLDUKE
31WF956’1″Sophie CunninghamRockbridge, Columbia, MOMISSOURI
32PG955’8″Amari CarterSt Johns College, Washington, DCPENN STATE
33SG955’8″Brianna JonesNorth Babylon, North Babylon, NYLOUISVILLE
34PF956’2″Troyian BrooksHelen Cox, Harvey, LA
35PG955’6″Taylor MurrayAnnapolis Christian Academy, Odenton, MDKENTUCKY
36PF956’3″Caliya RobinsonMcEachern, Powder Springs, GAGEORGIA
37C956’4″Cierra PorterRock Bridge, Columbia, MOMISSOURI
38SG946’0″T T StarksHopkins, Brooklyn Park, MNIOWA STATE
39PG945’8″Jordan DanberryConway, Conway, ARARKANSAS
40SG945’11”Davida DaleSt Andrews, Providence, RISYRACUSE
41WF945’11”Tynice MartinSW DeKalb, Decatur, GAWEST VIRGINIA
42PF946’3″Mone’ JonesRiverside Durham, Durham, NCVIRGINIA
43WF946’0″Haley GoreckiFremd, Palatine, ILDUKE
44SG946’0″Maci MorrisBell County, Pineville, KYKENTUCKY
45WF946’1″Dominque McBrydeBedford North Lawrence, Bedford, INPURDUE
46SG946’1″Faith SuggsHomewood Flossmoor, Plainfield, ILDUKE
47C946’4″Jordan MooreStony Point, Round Rock, TXTCU
48PF946’3″Samantha FuehringImmaculate Conception, Wanaque, NJLOUISVILLE
49C946’4″Deja StrotherInglemoor, Bothell, WAWASHINGTON
50WF945’10”Kaylan PughSt. Marys Episcopal, Collierville, TNOHIO STATE
51WF946’0″Naomi DavenportMt Notre Dame, Cincinnati, OHMICHIGAN
52SG935’11”Shaquara WadeHuntsville, Huntsville, ALALABAMA
53PG935’7″Marta SniezekNational Cathederal, McLean, VASTANFORD
54WF936’1″Destini WalkerHermitage, Henrico, VAWAKE FOREST
55PG935’8″Kalabrya GondrezickBenton Harbor, Benton Harbor, MIMICHIGAN STATE
56C936’4″Martine FortuneThe Shipley, Philadelphia, PAGEORGIA TECH
57WF935’11”Ariel StephensonPrince George, Hopewell, VAWAKE FOREST
58C936’4″Jonquanae ColePaul VI , Gainesville, VANORTH CAROLINA STATE
59PF936’1″Victoria GainesMerrilville, Merriville, INMICHIGAN STATE
60PG935’8″Alexandria GulleySkyline, Dallas, TXBAYLOR
61PF936’1″Brittany WardPike, Indianapolis, INBUTLER
62SG935’8″Danni WilliamsClovis, Clovis, NMTEXAS A&M
63PF936’3″Eternati WillockPope John Paul II, Scarborough ON CanadaNORTH CAROLINA
64PG935’7″Khadazia SandersBishop McNamara, Pembroke Township, IL
65PG935’5″Tiara MurphySouth Bend Washington, South Bend, INPURDUE
66SG935’9″Alexis RobinsonAshland Paul Blazer, Ashland, KYCOLORADO
67PF936’2″Ayanna MitchellSalem, Conyers, GALSU
68WF936’3″Lanie PageWamego, Alma, KSNEBRASKA
69PG935’7″Breanna CavanaughBlair Academy, Hackettstown, NJCALIFORNIA
70PG935’8″Riley RoseHarding Academy, Searcy, ARMISSOURI STATE
71PG935’8″Kortni SimmonsSpotsylvania, Spotsylvania, VAWAKE FOREST
72SG935’11”Aliyah JeuneLife Center Academy, Somerset, NJRUTGERS
73WF936’1″Kalista WaltersBethlehem Central Catholic, Fleetwood, PAPITTSBURGH
74SG935’8″Natisha HiedemanGreen Bay Southwest, Green Bay, WIMARQUETTE
75C936’6″Theresa EkhelarLife Center Academy, Burlington , NJOHIO STATE
76PG935’5″Tania DavisGoodrich, Grand Blanc, MIIOWA
77SG935’9″Aisia RobertsonBishop O Dowd, Richmond, CAKANSAS
78PF936’3″Jenna AllenBedford North Lawrence, Bedford, INMICHIGAN STATE
79PF936’1″Tierra FloydNotre Dame Academy, Toledo, OHXAVIER
80PG936’0″Morgan RichAllen County-Scottsville, Scottsville, KYKENTUCKY
81PF936’3″Rachel BlackburnLeavenworth, Easton, KSNEBRASKA
82WF936’1″Bridget CarletonJohn McGregor, Chatham Ontario CanadaIOWA STATE
83WF936’1″LaTashia JonesLeavenworth, Leavenworth, KSOKLAHOMA STATE
84WF936’2″Katie McWilliamsSouth Salem, Salem, OROREGON STATE
85SG935’9″Sabrina HainesDesert Vista, Phoenix, AZARIZONA STATE
86PG935’9″Kaila EaleyBroughton, Raleigh , NCNC STATE
87PG935’8″Kennedy LeonardSouthlake Carroll, Southlake, TXCOLORADO
88PG935’6″Adrianna HahnUrsuliune Academy, Wilmington, DEVILLANOVA
89SG935’11”Amber RichardsonSoutheast Raleigh Magnet, Raleigh, NCNC STATE
90C936’5″Hallie ThomeChagrin Falls, Chagrin Falls, OHMICHIGAN
91PG935’5″Japreece DeanVista Ridge, Cedar Park, TXTEXAS TECH
92WF936’0″Taylor BrownEastside, Paterson, NJCLEMSON
93C936’3″Zada WilliamsLake Wales, Babson Park, FLMIAMI FL
94PG935’5″Ciani CryorNeumann-Goretti, Philadelphia, PAGEORGIA TECH
95C936’3″Victoria HarrisParkview, Snellville, GARUTGERS
96PG935’4″Lauren BrozoskiLong Island Lutheran, Cambria Heights, NYMICHIGAN
97SG936’0″Qalea IsmailPatterson Mills, Bel Air, MDPRINCETON
98SG935’11”Armani HawkinsMesa Mountain View, Mesa, AZARIZONA STATE
99PG935’9″Alyssa DryIMG ACADEMY FL, Ft. Worth, TXBAYLOR
100SG925’9″Cierra RiceGrosse Pointe South, Grosse Pointe Farms, MIILLINOIS
101PF936’0″Otiona GildonGonzaga Prep, Spokane, WAOREGON
102PF936’1″Rydeiah RogersMyers Park, Charlotte, NCNC STATE
103WF936’0″MaAne MosleySalesian, Richmond, CACALIFORNIA
104SG935’9″Erica SandersLady Bird Johnson, San Antonio, TX
105SG935’9″Madinah MuhammadWhitney Young, Hazel Crest, ILMISSISSIPPI
106C936’4″Ashanti ThomasLexington Lafayette, Lexington, KYPENN STATE
107PG925’6″Chanette HicksMaury, Norfolk, VAVIRGINIA TECH
108PG925’5″Asha ThomasBishop O Dowd, Oakland, CACALIFORNIA
109C926’3″Megan GustafsonSouth Shore, Port Wing, WIIOWA
110C926’2″Tyler JohnsonLeavenworth, Leavenworth, KSKANSAS
111WF925’11”Maya BenhamDouglas County, Douglasville, GACINCINNATI
112PG925’8″Nicole MungerCentral Bucks West, Doylestown, PAMICHIGAN
113PG925’8″Ashanae McLaughlinMurry Bergtraum, Bronx, NYSETON HALL
114PG925’7″Yassemeen SadullahBurbank, Burbank, CAWVU
115WF925’9″Lamina CooperLawrence North, Indianapolis, INPURDUE
116PG925’7″Danielle EdwardsMcDonough, Owings Mill, MDCLEMSON
117C926’6″Cheyenne HooperChristian Academy Knoxville, Knoxville, TNKANSAS STATE
118PF926’3″Justis Szczepanski-BeaversIMG ACADEMY FL, Houston, TXBAYLOR
119PF926’3″Meredith BurkhallDes Moines Roosevelt, Manilla, IAIOWA STATE
120SG926’0″Aneah YoungPolytechnical, Baltimore, MDJAMES MADISON
121PF926’1″Jordan AugustusSt Mary’s, Flushing, NYST JOHNS
122C926’3″Jaylen WilliamsArchbishop Williams, North Easton, MAPENN STATE
123PG925’8″Jessica LewisRegis Jesuit, Aurora, COARMY
124PF926’2″Kelly KoshutaJames Madison, Vienna, VAVIRGINIA TECH
125PF926’1″Anriel HowardWestlake, Atlanta, GATEXAS A&M
126C926’6″Nora KieslerAssumption, Louisville, KYPURDUE
127PG925’7″Jaelyne KirkpatrickSt Ignatius of Loyola, Oakville Ontario CanadaILLINOIS
128PG925’8″Jazzmun HolmesHarrison Central, Gulfport, MSMISS. STATE
129PG925’9″Anna HammakerChristian Academy Knoxville, Knoxville, TNKANSAS STATE
130PG925’6″Jordan HankinsLawrence North, Indianapolis, IN
131PG925’9″Deja SwintonBoca Ciega, St. Petersburg, FL
132WF926’2″Monica BurichRoseville, Roseville, MNCOLORADO
133PG925’10”Torri LewisMHEA, Olive Branch, MSMISSISSIPPI
134PG925’11”Kylee KopatichOlathe South, Olathe, KSKANSAS
135SG925’10”Gianna SmithMaury, Norfolk, VAOLD DOMINION
136C926’4″Christina AborowaNeuman Goretti, Philadelphia, PATEXAS
137PF926’0″Ali EngelhardtMt Caramel, San Diego, CA
138PG925’8″Deja ReynoldsImhotep Charter, Philadelphia, PATEMPLE
139PF926’3″Pallas Kunaiyi AkpanahRabun Gap, Rabun Gap, GANORTHWESTERN
140WF925’11”Allazia BlocktonWhitefish Bay Dominican, Milwaukee, WI
141PF926’2″Sam TrammelEden Prairie, Minnetonka, MNMICHIGAN
142PF926’2″Hannah StewartBishop Ryan Catholic, Minot, NDIOWA
143SG925’9″Camille AndersonBuford, Buford, GANORTH CAROLINA STATE
144WF926’1″Jade PhillipsSoutheast Raleigh, Raleigh, NCSYRACUSE
145SG926’0″Anja MartinStevenson, San Antonio, TXWEST VIRGINIA
146C926’4″Ijeoma OdimgbeJohnson, Savannah, GAOKLAHOMA
147C926’4″Taylor DoanKearney, Kearney, MOALABAMA
148WF926’1″Alexandra WittingerDelano, Corcoran, MNILLINOIS
149PF926’0″Dejoria HowardOrangeburg-Wilkerson, Orangeburg, SC
150PF926’2″Julia ChandlerNorthern, Toronto CanadaSYRACUSE
151PG925’7″Andee VelascoMater Dei, Yorba Linda, CALOYOLA MARYMOUNT
152PG925’8″Jayde ChristopherCleveland, Federal Way, WAKANSAS
153PF926’2″Ashanti ColemanSacred Heart Cathederal, San Francisco, CAARIZONA
154WF926’2″Marguerite EffaFairfax, Los Angeles, CAUSC
155SG925’7″Tania LambLong Beach Poly, Norwalk, CAPITTSBURGH
156PF926’2″Danielle GarvenSaint John Paul II, Toronto ON CanadaMINNESOTA
157WF926’0″Ccoriea FoyJack Britt, Fayetteville, NCALABAMA
158PF926’2″Tagyn LarsonSioux Falls Roosevelt, Sioux Falls, SDIOWA
159PF926’1″Lena NiangRiverdale Baptist, Bowie, MDNC STATE
160C926’4″Shannon CoffeeCenterville, Centerville, OHSTANFORD
161C926’4″Tarea GreenHillsboro, Hillsboro, OROREGON STATE
162PF926’3″Reauna CleaverElizabethtown, Elizabethtown, KYLOUISIANA TECH
163PF926’1″Kianna IbisOmaha Benson, Omaha, NEARIZONA STATE
164PF926’2″Jalissa RossFenway, Roxbury, MARHODE ISLAND
165PG925’6″Latecia SmithNarbonne, Gardena, CASETON HALL
166PG925’7″Stephanie JonesLoomis Chaffee Prep, Shelton, CTBOSTON COLLEGE
167SG926’0″Kyeria Ki Ki HannahSouthmoore, Moore, OKMISSOURI STATE
168PG925’6″Kristian HudsonClay Chalkville, Birmingham, AL
169PG925’8″Brittany ByrdBogan, Chicago, IL
170PG925’5″Darby MaggardFt Wayne Canterbury, Larwill, INBELMONT
171WF926’0″Jonika GarvinLake Worth, Lake Worth, FLAUBURN
172SG926’0″Katherine StrongBloom, Chicago Heights, ILVCU
173PG925’6″Mei-Lyn BautistaSt Marys, Whitestone, NYGEORGE WASHINGTON
174C926’4″Shakyna PayneEtowah, Acworth, GAVIRGINIA
175SG925’10”Tanita AllenWhitney Young, Chicago, ILDEPAUL
176WF926’1″Alana GilmerArchbishop Williams, North Easton, MAVIRGINIA TECH
177SG925’11”Grace HunterAthens Drive, Raleigh, NCCHARLOTTE
178PG925’6″Janiah MckayGainesville, Gainesville, FLAUBURN
179PG925’5″Danielle KingBloom, Steger, ILMARQUETTE
180C926’3″Lauren YearwoodOak Bay Secondary, Victoria BC CanadaOREGON
181PG925’8″Dionna WhiteMilford Mill Academy, Baltimore, MDGEORGETOWN
182SG925’9″Amani WilbornMilwaukee Riverside, Milwaukee, WIMARQUETTE
183WF926’1″Makenzie EllisTulsa Washington, Tulsa, OKCOLORADO
184PF926’1″Keiryn SwensonMaize, Wichita, KSARKANSAS
185WF926’0″Akina WellereBrooks College Prep, Chicago, ILST JOHNS
186WF925’11”Jordanna PorterKileen Ellison, Killleen, TXUTAH
187WF925’10”Kiara DesamoursDunbar, Lehigh Acres, FLLAMAR
188PF926’2″Chyanna CanadaNottingham, Syracuse, NYTEMPLE
189PG925’6″Keri JewettDunbar, Ft Myers, FLSOUTHERN MISS
190C926’6″Ksenija MadzarevicRabun Gap School, Rabun Gap, GATULANE
191PF926’2″Hannah SchuchtsMaClay, Tallahassee, FLMISSOURI
192C926’4″Debra FergusonAmherst County, Madison Heights , VAVIRGINIA
193C926’3″Zion CampbellSt. John’s College, Washington, DCMISS STATE
194PG925’7″Taylor KalmerCorona del Sol, Chandler, AZOREGON STATE
195PG925’10”Zhane TempletonSouth Grand Prairie, Grand Prairie, TXGONZAGA
196C926’2″Crystal PolkLawton IKE, Lawton, OKTULSA
197PG925’8″Te’erica EasonLovett, Atlanta, GANORTHEASTERN
198SG925’10”Taylor EmeryFreedom, Tampa, FLTULANE
199PG925’5″Lauren SaikiMark Keppel, Monterey Park, CAWEST VIRGINIA
200WF926’0″Cheyanne WallaceSierra Canyon, Woodland Hills, CA
201PG925’7″MaKayla TimmonsColumbia Central, Columbia, TNOLD DOMINION
202PG925’7″Michal MillerMichigan City, Merrillville, IN
203SG925’8″Raven FoxElizabeth Seton, Bladensburg, MD
204WF926’2″Bridget HerlihyBraintree, Braintree, MA
205C926’4″Shannon RyanBeekmantown, Plattsburgh, NYBOSTON COLLEGE
206PG925’5″Malicia MonkNorth Little Rock, North Little Rock, ARARKANSAS
207PG925’6″Hannah ParchmentIMG Academy, Bradenton, FL
208WF926’1″Kelsi MahoneyJay M Robinson, Concord, NCGEORGE WASHINGTON
209PF926’2″Da’Ja ThomasSkyline, Dallas, TXSMU
210PG925’7″Brijanee MooreSt. Mary’s, Stockton, CA
211SG926’0″Martha KudererEden Prairie, Eden Prairie, MNSETON HALL
212C926’4″Kayla ThomasMastery Charter, Philadelphia, PACENTRAL FLORIDA
213SG925’8″Najala HowellDeSoto, DeSoto, TXUTEP
214C926’3″Destiny GrahamEast Side Prep, East Palo Alto, CAARIZONA
215WF925’11”Amber SkidgelHebron Christian Academy, Bethlehem, GAGEORGIA
216SG925’11”Zuriel SandersCastle, Newburgh, INTEXAS TECH
217SG926’0″Serithia HawkinsSouthmoore, Moore, OKHOUSTON
218PF926’0″Keturah KK BarbourAlbermarle, Charlottesville, VALIBERTY
219C926’3″Jaisa NunnJuanita, Kirkland, WA
220PG925’8″Karli WheelerPlainview, Plainview, TXOKLAHOMA STATE
221PF926’2″Jaida RobinsonAnson, Mowen, NCCHARLOTTE
222SG926’0″Bailey ZimmermanWonderview, Hattiesville, ARARKANSAS
223PG925’4″Kyiarah EnglishEast Orange, East Orange, NJBUCKNELL
224PG925’7″Briajunae ShepardMission Bay, San Diego, CA
225PF926’0″Alex JohnsonBlackman, Murfreesboro, TNMIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE
226C926’5″Adrienne DardenThe Miller School, Charlottesville, VADELAWARE
227SG926’0″Kayla GothDeForest, DeForest, WIKANSAS STATE
228PF926’2″Ashleigh ParkinsonNewark Catholic, Newark, OHDAYTON
229PF926’1″Chinyere BellSouthview, Fayetteville, NCGEORGE MASON
230PF926’2″Jentry HoltElgin , Elgin, OKOKLAHOMA STATE
231WF926’0″Kauai BradleyMarian Catholic, New Lenox, ILPITTSBURGH
232WF926’2″Audrey FaberWDM Dowling, Clive, IACREIGHTON
233PF926’0″Brenna WiseVincentian, Cranberry Township, PA
234C926’4″Deja MasonNorthside Brennan, San Antonio, TXUTAH STATE
235C926’3″Caitlin JenkinsHuntington, Shreveport, LASOUTHERN MISS
236PG925’8″Tierra WebbRichton South, Richton Park, ILINDIANA STATE
237C926’4″Danielle WilliamsNorth Crowley, Fort Worth, TXINDIANA
238PG915’7″Gabrielle StantonKingwood, Kingwood, TXRICE
239PF916’3″Erica MeyerWilton, Wilton, CTPROVIDENCE
240C916’5″Briana BerrymanIndian Creek, Wintersville, OHYOUNGSTOWN ST.
241WF916’2″Destiny CampbellScotland County, Laurinburg, NCJAMES MADISON
242WF915’10”Briunna FreemanPelham, Pelham, GAARKANSAS
243WF915’10”Arella GuirantesBellport, Bellport, NY
244PG915’9″Jasmin SamzWausau West, Wausau, WIST LOUIS
245WF915’10”Keshara ScottJW North, Moreno Valley, CA
246PF916’1″Bria GibsonSanderson, Raleigh, NCVCU
247SG915’10”Tene ThompsonHillgrove, Powder Springs, GATULANE
248C916’2″Kym RoysterNewark, Newark, OHINDIANA
249PF916’1″Jerusha PaineCentral Catholic, Oregon City, OR
250C916’2″Jodi-Marie RamilBinghampton, Binghamton, NYGEORGETOWN
251PF916’0″Michala ClayRoland Park Country School, Baltimore, MDST JOSEPHS
252WF915’11”Sydney JordanStonewall Jackson, Manassas, VAPRINCETON
253WF916’3″Kayla Cooper-WilliamsHylton, Dumfries, VAJAMES MADISON
254WF916’1″Tirsta MageePresbyterian Christian, Ellisville, MSALABAMA
255PF916’0″Chavon TiggsFlint Southwestern, Flint, MIEASTERN MICHIGAN
256PG915’8″Katrina PardeeVista Ridge, Cedar Park, TXWEST VIRGINIA
257WF915’11”Astaja TyghterColonial, Orlando, FLGEORGIA STATE
258SG916’0″Nikki McDonaldWesleyan, Atlanta, GAELON
259PG915’7″Madison NewbyArcher, Lawrenceville, GAGEORGIA STATE
260SG915’9″Kayla BlairVanden, Fairfield, CAPEPPERDINE
261PG915’8″Logan ReynoldsWise Central, Norton, VAJAMES MADISON
262SG915’11”Alexis BrewerLarue County, Buffalo, KY
263SG915’11”Kayla SmithFayetteville, Fayetteville, GAWESTERN KENTUCKY
264WF916’0″Aryn McClureArchbishop Molloy, Springfield Gardens, NYQUINNIPIAC
265SG915’8″Dominique DoseckAthens, Athens, OHOHIO UNIVERSITY
266PF916’2″Desiree KeelingWilliam Fleming, Roanoke, VARUTGERS
267SG915’10”Nakira GoingsOsborne, Marietta, GACINCINNATI
268PG915’7″Deja RawlsAbington, Jenkintown, PASIENA
269WF916’0″Grace StantRumson Fair Haven, Fair Haven, NJVILLANOVA
270WF916’0″Sydney RaggioSaint Ignatius, San Brumo, CAST MARYS COLLEGE
271WF916’1″Joyce HarrellCleveland, Seattle, WABOISE STATE
272SG916’0″Dajah LoganMcDonough, Randallstown, MDCOLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
273PG915’8″Devin GrayOxbridge Academy, Wellington, FLTEXAS STATE
274PG915’8″Jazz TaylorDuncanville, Irving, TXRICE
275WF916’0″Kendall McCoySylvania Northview, Sylvania, OHMIAMI OH
276PF916’2″Ra’Kyra GabrielBrookside Christian, Tracy, CAFLORIDA ATLANTIC
277C916’3″Sharayla BrownEast Central, Tulsa, OKHOUSTON
278SG915’10”Kiara ScottEllender Memorial, Houma, LAARKANSAS LITTLE ROCK
279SG915’10”Daley HandyMaize, Wichita, KSWYOMING
280WF916’1″Tahnia McDanielEuless Trinity, Arlington, TXGRAMBLING STATE
281SG915’9″Abby GrantSt. Francis, Suwanee, GASYRACUSE
282PF916’0″Princess AghayereSouth Lakes, Reston, VA
283PF916’1″Adeola AkomolafeEl Dorado, El Paso , TXUTEP
284C916’5″Tara DusharmFoley, Foley, MNST LOUIS
285SG915’10”Cloe’ LaneBlue Springs, Blue Springs, MO
286SG915’7″Jordan MuhammadArdrey Keil, Charlotte, NCPRINCETON
287C916’4″Alexandria SmithMurry Bergtraum, Bronx, NY
288PF916’2″Jameira JohnsonMcDonough, Tameytown, MDPENN
289PG915’7″Sydney SkinnerPlano West, Plano, TXHARVARD
290PG915’9″Taisha MurphyClayton, Clayton, NCRICHMOND
291C916’3″Mackenzie WolfSheboygan North, Kohler, WIWISCONSIN GREEN BAY
292C916’2″Taylor ByrneLong Island Lutheran, Massapequa, NYSETON HALL
293C916’2″Molly ReaganBraintree East, Braintree, MALIBERTY
294C916’2″Jaquanna MurrayOrangeburg Wilkinson, Orangeburg, SC
295SG915’10”Erica OgwumikeCypress Woods, Cypress, TX
296SG915’9″Misha JonesBattlefield, Manassas Park, VAWILLIAM & MARY
297SG916’0″Hannah FriendTaft Prep School, Troy, NYBOSTON UNIVERSITY
298WF915’11”Salita GreeneJordan Durham, Durham, NC
299PG915’5″Kierra AnthonyNew Iberia, New Iberia, LALA. TECH
300PG915’10”Alexa RomanoLa Cueva, Albuquerque, NMSTANFORD
301PG915’6″Shambria WashingtonTrinity Catholic, Ocala, FL
302PG915’7″Raven BakerMalvern, Malvern, AR
303PG915’7″Erika BeanBradshaw Christian, Sacramento, CAUTAH
304WF916’1″Destinee WalkerWest Florence, Florence, SC
305PG915’8″Myka Johnson-MatthewsBishop McNamara, Upper Marlboro, MDSTETSON
306SG915’11”Grace VanderWeideWest Des Moines Valley, West Des Moines, IAMISSOURI STATE
307PG915’6″Ashley IrvingLower Richland, Hopkins, SC
308PF916’3″Hailey TuckerBartlesville, Bartlesville, OK
309WF915’10”Jasmine LeBlancBreaux Bridge, Breaux Bridge, LALOUISIANA TECH
310PG915’8″Kayla ThigpenPalm Beach Lakes, West Palm Beach, FLUCF
311WF916’0″Amber JamisonRochester Adams, Rochester Hills, MINORTHWESTERN
312SG915’10”Corey JamesWest Albany, Albany, OR
313PG915’6″Kierra PalmerAberdeen , Aberdeen, MDBRYANT
314PG915’8″Laura StocktonGonzaga Prep, Spokane, WAGONZAGA
315WF916’0″Caroline DavisCaravel Academy, Newark, DEPRINCETON
316SG915’8″Kristalyn BaisdenBerkshire School, East Hartford, CTST JOSEPHS
317SG915’8″Alexia DouglasBrentwood, Bayshore, NYFORDHAM
318PG915’7″Alex FrazierCentral Gwinnett, Lawrenceville, GAEAST CAROLINA
319SG916’0″Alexis HamletWest Memphis, West Memphis, AR
320SG915’10”Jewell TriggsVanderbilt Catholic, Thibodaux, LAGEORGE MASON
321PF916’3″Tori SchickelEvansville Mater Dei, Poseyville, INBUTLER
322WF915’11”Ciara CumbieWekiva, Apopka, FL
323PG915’4″Shakeela FowlerMilwaukee King, Brown Deer, WIILLINOIS STATE
324PG915’7″Cassidy WalshSeton LaSalle, Pittsburgh, PAPITTSBURGH
325SG915’11”Ahnje AJ TimbersNeumann-Goretti, Glassboro, NJTOWSON
326SG915’9″Lauren CannatelliLakota West, Cincinnati, OHDAYTON
327PG915’10”Shayna GoreLogan, Logan, WVMARSHALL
328WF916’0″Austin RichardsonLee’s Summit West, Lee’s Summitt, MO
329C916’2″Brianna PorterUniversity School, LaVergne, TNMEMPHIS
330PF916’2″Arianne WhitakerLakota West, West Chester, OHWINTHROP
331C916’4″Alex ParlattoWantagh, Wantagh, NYFORDHAM
332SG915’11”Alexis LewisHoly Redeemer, Pittston, PAIONA
333PF916’1″Paris StrawtherLiberty, Las Vegas, NVUNLV
334SG915’8″Olivia ElgerRichwood, Peoria, ILCREIGHTON
335SG915’7″Sianni MartinNeumann-Goretti, Philadelphia, PATOWSON
336WF916’0″Aubree BrownArchbishop Wood, Philadelphia, PADREXEL
337SG915’9″Khali Pippins-TryonDuncanville, Mansfield, TXLAMAR
338PF916’0″Akaylah HayesMilwaukee King, Milwaukee, WIWISCONSIN MILWAUKEE
339PF916’1″Chloe LongBob Jones, Madison, ALJACKSONVILLE STATE
340WF916’0″Erika DavenportClarkston, Clarkston, MI
341PG915’6″Alyssa MonaghanCardinal O’Hara, Springfield, PAST JOSEPHS
342WF916’1″Ninni SalmiKauhajoki FinlandSAN FRANCISCO
343C916’4″MaCayla HanksMountain Crest, Hyrum, UTBYU
344PG915’10”Brooke SalasEl Dorado, Anaheim, CA
345PF916’2″Bailee WolfeBartow, Bartow, FLUAB
346PG915’8″Michelle WeaverSouth Bend St. Joseph, South Bend, INBUTLER
347PG915’6″Christalah LyonsSkyline, Dallas, TX
348PG915’9″Kalen PhillipsSouth Jones, Ellisville, MS
349PF916’1″Kendall JessingSylvania Northview, Sylvania, OHOHIO UNIVERSITY
350SG915’8″Keondria CallowayMary Persons, Forsyth, GAMERCER

 

 

 

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