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2020 Class: Recruiting News/Updates, March 2019


Jordyn Merritt, 6-2 F, Plano HS (TX): latest home visit: Alabama; previous ones: Kentucky, Florida State, Florida, and San Diego State.

(3/21/2019)


Shay Holle, 5-11 W, Westlake HS (Austin, TX): feature on Holle, following her commitment to Texas last month.

Shay’s work has not gone unnoticed. Among the college teams that offered athletic scholarships were TCU, SMU, Iowa State, Arizona State and Texas. It came as little surprise that the Holle home was filled with pride when she chose to play for the local team.

“I bleed orange, but I didn’t want her to go to Texas because of me,” Eric [her father] said. “I’d always hoped she’d consider playing here, but I wanted it to be her decision, not mine.”

(3/21/2019)


En’dya Buford, 5-6 PG, Oliver Branch HS (MS): announced her commitment to Memphis (AAC), their first 2020 commit.

(3/21/2019)


Taylor Gugliuzza, 5-9 PG, Lincoln-Way West HS (New Lenox, IL): announced her commitment to IUPUI (Horizon), their first 2020 commit.

(3/21/2019)


Avery Brittingham, 6-0 F, Crowley HS (TX): latest home visit: Tulane; earlier ones: Wichita State and Tulane.

(3/21/2019)


Eylia Love, 6-1 W, Olathe North HS (KS): had a home visit with Nebraska, after an earlier one with West Virginia.

(3/21/2019)


Jaddan Simmons, 5-8 PG, Green Bay Southwest HS (WI): had a home visit with Utah, after an earlier one with Nebraska.

(3/21/2019)


Anaya Boyd, 6-0 G, Lovejoy HS (GA): latest home visit: Georgia; previous ones: Florida, North Carolina State, St. John’s, and Purdue.

(3/21/2019)


Shelby Calhoun, 5-10 G, Christian Academy of Louisville (KY): latest home visit: Michigan; earlier ones: Iowa, Virginia Tech, and Illinois. She’s ranked in the top 30 in the 2020 class.

(3/20/2019)


Jewel Spear, 5-9 CG, The Colony HS (TX): hosted Alabama on a home visit.

(3/20/2019)


Sydney James, 6-0 W, Trinity Catholic HS (Ocala, FL): has had home visits with North Florida and Tulane.

(3/20/2019)


Alice Stevenson, 5-10 G/W, Perkins-Tryon HS (OK): The Stillwater News Press with an article on Stevenson’s commitment to Abilene Christian (Southland) last week.

“The first time I visited ACU, I told my mom I didn’t think I was going to go there, because it’s so small,” Alice Stevenson said. “I had visited OSU before that and OSU has amazing facilities and locker rooms and it’s huge. Then I visit a small DI and almost like another high school, so I didn’t think I wanted to go there.

“As the months went by, I was getting more interested. She told me it wasn’t about the size, but more about the education, if you wanna play – where you can get the best play time at – and where you can be successful. I know she loved ACU and the color purple. She had a feeling a year ago that I would probably go there, but I didn’t so. In the end, she turned out right.”

(3/20/2019)


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