Makennah White, 6-2 F, West Middlesex HS (PA): picked up offers from Binghamton, Eastern Michigan, and Stony Brook.
UDPATE (4/30): two more offers: Radford and James Madison
Loyal McQueen, 5-7 PG, Wilson HS (Florence, SC): was offered by Kentucky, North Carolina State, TCU, Texas Tech, and Virginia Tech. She decommitted from North Carolina a couple of weeks ago.
UPDATE (4/30): another offer: Ole Miss
Rose Nkumu, 5-8 PG, Iowa City HS (IA): picked up an offer from Marquette.
Peyton McDaniel, 6-0 SG, Twin Valley HS (Elverson, PA): A feature on McDaniel notes that she has “received interest from many Division I colleges” and that “she plans to make her decision by the end of summer.”
McDaniel is already Twin Valley’s all-time leading scorer with 1,458 career points, which ranks 31st in Berks County history. She has her senior season ahead.
“She’s just one of those junkies,” Twin Valley coach Mark Morrow said. “It rubs off on the team. She’s a competitor. It’s good to get that competitiveness in practice. It makes everybody better. It sets the bar really high. You want those types of players.”
Victoria Davis, 5-4 PG, Hamilton HS (Chandler, AZ): announced her commitment to Hampton (Big South), their first 2020 commit.
Emily Klaczek, 5-9 G, Fremd HS (Palatine, IL): was offered by Eastern Illinois.
Emily Ryan, 5-9 PG, Central Plains HS (Claflin, KS): committed to Iowa State.
Ryan, a member of the class of 2020, committed to the Cyclones. The Central Plains High School star out of Kansas generated offers from nine of the 10 Big 12 schools. Ryan also held offers from Oregon, Oregon State, Missouri and Nebraska.
Logan Thayne, 6-1 F, Hoosick Falls HS (NY): picked up an offer from Manhattan.
Amaya Douglas, 5-11 W, Westtown School (West Chester, PA): announced her commitment to Lafayette (Patriot League), their second 2020 commitment in less than a week. The earlier commit was Ashley Evans, 6-3 F, Lawrence Academy (MA).
Jerkaila Jordan, 5-9 G/F, John Curtis Christian School (River Ridge, LA): has offers from Tulane, Southern Mississippi, and Louisiana Tech, according to this feature.
A 5-foot-9 junior guard-forward, Jordan already holds scholarship offers from Tulane, Southern Mississippi and Louisiana Tech. But, for the life of her, she labors to define what it is set her apart.
“Dang, I don’t know,’’ Jordan said. “I feel like I have sneaky quickness that helps me get steals. I have an ability to get to the goal easily. I feel like those are strengths.’’
What she does know is, “I just enjoy going out there and having fun and playing my best and enjoying the chemistry on our team. Basketball brings friends together and turns them into family. So I just enjoy playing with my teammates.’’
Te-Hina Paopao, 5-10 PG, La Jolla Country Day School (CA): A report following her Oregon official visit indicates that will be her only official. She’s taken unofficial visits to Duke, Louisville, North Carolina, San Diego State, and San Diego. Paopao plans to make her decision sometime next week.
“This was my first official visit and it will be my last one,” Paopao said. “I’ve decided for this to be my only visit because I want to focus on school with finals coming up and my travel team teammates because travel starts this week. So it would’ve been hectic to squeeze everything in.
“I’m talking to my family this week before I take off [for travel basketball]. Then I’ll have alone time this weekend to think about it. I’m probably going to make my decision next week sometime.”
Paopao, who stars at La Jolla Country Day in Oceanside (Cali.), has taken unofficial visits to Louisville, Duke, North Carolina, San Diego State and San Diego as well as this weekend’s official visit.
Katelyn Young, 6-1 F, Oakwood HS (Fithian, IL): announced her commitment to Murray State (OVC). The Racers now have three 2020 commits. The first two were:
- Hannah McKay, 6-0 F, Owensboro Catholic HS (KY)
- Charlee Settle, 6-0 G/F, Calloway County HS (Murray, KY)
UPDATE: Local news article has more on Young’s commitment.
“They just said, ‘You could be a big part of (the Racers),’” Young said of what she was told by Murray State coach Rechelle Turner, whose current roster presently boasts no athletes taller than 6-1. “I really enjoyed all the girls there. They just clicked with me.”