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2020 Class: Recruiting News/Updates, March 2019


Eylia Love, 6-1 W, Olathe North HS (KS): had her first home visit, with West Virginia.

(3/12/2019)


Alice Stevenson, 5-10 G/W, Perkins-Tryon HS (OK): announced her commitment to Abilene Christian (Southland), their second 2020 commit. The first was Taylor Morgan, 5-7 G, Aledo HS (TX).

(3/12/2019)


Priscilla Williams, 6-3 G, Branson HS (MO): feature article on Williams, who claims to have more than 50 offers. She plans to announce five finalists in May, visit them all, and then commit before her senior year begins. Williams is ranked in the top 20 in the 2020 class.

Ask Williams about the recruiting process, and you get the idea it isn’t intimidating to her in the least. She said she can’t put an accurate number on the amount of offers she has in hand, but said it is more than 50.

“I’m still open to everybody,” Williams said. “After my first viewing period in AAU, the first half, that’s when I will be putting my first list out, that’s when I will be narrowing it down.”

She expects to announce a list of five finalists in May, and she will take visits to all five. The goal is to commit before the start of her senior year at Branson.

(3/12/2019)


Taylen Collins, 6-2 F, Muldrow HS (OK): had a home visit with Oklahoma State, after earlier this month hosting Kentucky and Arkansas.

(3/12/2019)


Madison Hayes, 6-0 G, East Hamilton HS (Ooltewah, TN): reports that she’s had home visits with Florida, North Carolina State, and Miami (FL).

(3/12/2019)


Shelby Calhoun, 5-10 G, Christian Academy of Louisville (KY): has had home visits this month with Iowa and Virginia Tech. She’s ranked in the top 30 in the 2020 class.

(3/12/2019)


Deja Kelly, 5-8 PG, Duncanville HS (TX): Oregon is expected to be in Duncanville this weekend visiting with Kelly, ranked in the top 25 in the 2020 class. Notre Dame made the trip last week.

While Kelly and Ionescu are different players – Ionescu is 5-foot-11 – and no one will be expected to come in and replace her production, the two are similar enough that Oregon projects Kelly in that role.

“That was the main thing they brought up when they spoke,” she said. “(Ionescu) won’t be there by the time I get there, so I could definitely take that role, because they need another guard to come off the pick-and-roll and make those reads – whether it’s a pass or a shot, just be able to see the whole floor and make the right play.”

Hoping to further build the relationship, Oregon is expected to visit Kelly this weekend.

(3/12/2019)


Sydneey Boykin, 5-11 G, Clarksville Academy (TN): picked up an offer from Mercer during a home visit.

(3/12/2019)


Dontavia Waggoner, 5-11 F, Ensworth HS (Nashville, TN): hosted Vanderbilt on a home visit, after hosting Florida earlier this month.

(3/12/2019)


Anna Morris, 6-2 F, Immaculate Heart Academy (NJ): announced her commitment to Northwestern. The Wildcats now have two 2020 commits, the first being Jasmine McWilliams, 5-11 W, Indianapolis North Central HS (IN).

(3/12/2019)


Lauren Jensen, 5-10 G, Lakeville North HS (MN): is weighing offers from Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Creighton, and other schools and plans to make a decision after the state tournament.

And Jensen is eventually likely to follow in those other players’ footsteps by going on to the Division I level. She is currently weighing offers from Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Creighton and other schools.

She plans to make a decision after the state tournament concludes. But for now, she’s focused on the task in front of she and her teammates this week.

(3/12/2019)


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