Ugonne Onyiah, 6-3 C, Roosevelt HS (Eastvale, CA): hosted Utah on a home visit.
Taylor Janssen, 6-3 F, Rosemount HS (MN): announced her commitment to Montana State (Big Sky). That makes four 2020 commitments for the Bobcats; the first three were:
- Katelynn Limardo, 6-2 F, Silver HS (Silver City, NM)
- Ava Ranson, 5-8 G, Timberline HS (Boise, ID)
- Sydney Stensgard, 5-11 SG, Simley HS (Inver Grove Heights, MN)
Anaya Boyd, 6-0 G, Lovejoy HS (GA): latest home visit: Alabama; previous ones: Florida, North Carolina State, St. John’s, Purdue, and Georgia.
Zoe McCrary, 6-2 F/C, Allen HS (TX): hosted UTSA on a home visit.
Bailee Adkins, 5-7 G, St. Joseph Central HS (Huntington, WV): announced her commitment to DePaul (Big East). She’s the second 2020 commit for the Blue Demons, joining Darrione Rogers, 6-0 G, Lake Park HS (Roselle, IL).
Savannah Tucker, 5-9 G, Clovis North HS (Fresno, CA): had a home visit with Northern Arizona.
Coriah Beck, 5-7 G, Fayetteville HS (AR): picked up an offer from Memphis.
Maliyah Johnson, 6-3 F, Summer Creek HS (Houston, TX): Q&A with Johnson, from the Houston Chronicle.
Q: How do you look at the recruiting process so far? What are you hoping for?
A: “I don’t know. My recruitment is open right now, because I still have another summer of AAU. So I want to see what I can get, and then toward the end of the summer weigh my options out.”
Alexandra Zelaya, 6-3 W/F, Millennium HS (Goodyear, AZ): latest home visit: Colorado State; earlier visits: Gonzaga, Florida, Michigan, and Washington State.
Destinee Marshall, 5-5 PG, Sacred Heart Academy (Louisville, KY): received an offer from Western Carolina. Among her previously reported offers are Austin Peay, Northern Kentucky, and Radford.
Destiny Leo, 5-10 SG, Eastlake North HS (OH): announced her commitment to Cleveland State (Horizon), their first 2020 commit.
Leo chose Cleveland State’s offer for a full scholarship over those from Detroit Mercy, Youngstown State, Gannon and others who inquired of her services.
“It’s awesome. I’m pretty pumped,” said Leo, a first-team Division I All-Ohioan. “I built a really good relationship with the staff there. I loved it was close to my home. Cleveland is my home. I just want to be part of something big there.
“Cleveland State was a good fit for me, so why wait any longer? I felt it was the perfect place for me.”