Ta’Ziah Jenks, 6-1 W, Mercy Academy (Louisville, KY): A feature on Jenks published in the Louisville Courier Journal has her with offers from Dayton, Xavier, Cincinnati, Marshall, Western Kentucky, and Bellarmine. She’s also been in contact with Kentucky, Louisville, Saint Louis, and Minnesota.
Dayton recently became the third NCAA Division I program from Ohio to offer Jenks, joining Xavier and Cincinnati. She also holds offer from Marshall, Western Kentucky and Bellarmine.
Jenks has had phone calls with Kentucky, Louisville, Saint Louis and Minnesota.
Baylee Teal, 5-6 PG, Penfield HS (NY-2020): The Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle reports that Teal has offers from Fordham, UMass Lowell, and UMBC.
Baylee Teal, a 5-6 junior in her third season as a starter, has begun to receive offers from Division I college programs along the lines of Fordham, Massachussets Lowell and Maryland, Baltimore County.
Mazatlan Harris, 6-3 W, Cathedral Catholic HS (San Diego, CA): A feature on Harris in the San Diego Union-Tribune mentions that she has offers from San Diego, UC Irvine, UC Davis, and Dixie State.
As she starts her junior season, Harris already has quite a bit of interest from colleges. She said that USD, UC Irvine, UC Davis and Dixie State have offered scholarships.
Dy’Jhanik Armfield, 5-7 PG, Cincinnati Oak Hills HS (OH): According to a Journal-News report, Armfield has offers from Morehead State and Youngstown State.
Oak Hills is another team with a solid returning core and has added junior guard Dy’Jhanik Armfield, a transfer from Shroder Paideia and the top scorer (18.0) in the Cincinnati Metro Athletic Conference last year. She’s got offers from Youngstown State and Morehead State.
Whitney Hay, 6-0 G, Elizabethtown HS (KY): Per a Henderson (KY) Gleaner item, Hay has offers from Austin Peay, Indiana State, Northern Kentucky, and UT Martin.
Junior Whitney Hay, who has Division I offers from Austin Peay, Northern Kentucky, Tennessee-Martin and Indiana State, scored 15 of her 20 points in the second quarter.
Lexi Jackson, 6-3 C, Gateway HS (Monroeville, PA): TribLive reports that Jackson has offers from Western Michigan, James Madison, North Carolina A&T, and Radford.
Jackson, a 6-foot-3 junior, has offers from Western Michigan, James Madison, North Carolina A&T and Radford. Kromka admitted she’s soft spoken and has to come out of her comfort zone a bit this year and become more vocal.
Nyayongah Gony, 6-2 W, Lincoln HS (NE): The Lincoln Journal Star reports that Gony has offers from Florida State, Louisville, and Nebraska.
Gony also is receiving Division I interest. She has offers from Nebraska, Louisville and Florida State.
Kendall Renard, 6-3 F/C, Green Bay Preble HS (WI): committed to Green Bay, giving the Phoenix three commits for 2020. Renard chose Green Bay over Illinois State, IUPUI, Miami (OH), North Dakota State, Northern Illinois, and Toledo.
Part of why Renard picked the Phoenix is the same reason a lot of area girls do.
“My friends and family are here, and it’s a winning program in history,” said Renard about a UWGB team that has captured 20 straight Horizon League regular season championships and has been to the NCAA tournament each of the last four seasons and 18 times overall. “I like the community and the campus.
“There was maybe like two or three other ones I was seriously considering, and I could see myself there, but it just came down to this community and GB. The more I thought about it, GB just stood out.”
Aaliyah Morgan, 6-1 C, Robert E. Lee HS (Tyler, TX): committed to TCU, their first 2020 commit. She was ranked #49 nationally by espnW at the time of her commitment. Morgan’s other offers were Abilene Christian, Louisiana Tech, UTSA, Texas State, North Texas, Wichita State, and Penn.
Katelyn Levings, 6-3 F, Edmond Memorial HS (OK): committed to Arizona State. At the time of her commitment, she was ranked #52 in 2020 class by espnW. This is the second 2020 commit for the Sun Devils; the first was Keeli Burton, 6-3 F/C, Eastlake HS (Sammamish, WA).
“I’ve always grown up around the Big 12 and that’s where I saw myself playing,” said Levings, currently a junior at Edmonds Memorial High School. “Once I expanded where I was looking and looked into the Pac-12 and the way they play ball, it was more my style. More positionless, into all aspects of the game and super competitive. That makes it all the more fun.”