Shy Christopher, 5-9 G, Jacksonville HS (AR): picked up her second offer, from UT Martin; her first came earlier this month, from Arkansas State.
Morgan Moseley, 6-0 W, St. James School (Hagerstown, MD): picked up an offer from Mount St. Mary’s; also offered by LIU Brooklyn last week. Earlier offers reported for her (over the course of 2018): Hartford, Niagara, North Carolina A&T, Towson, and Hofstra.
Kaylen Evans, 5-7 G, Nazareth Academy (La Grange, IL): A feature article on Evans includes a recruiting update on her.
Evans already holds offers from Akron and NIU, and has recently had discussions with UIC and Marquette. She plans to visit Marquette soon.
Dane Bertolina, 5-9 CG, Charlotte Catholic HS (NC): announced her commitment to Appalachian State (Sun Belt). She’s the second 2020 prospect to commit to the Mountaineers, joining Bailey Trumm, 5-6 G, Powell HS (TN).
Megan McConnell, 5-6 PG, Chartiers Valley HS (PA): received an offer from St. Bonaventure. Niagara and Robert Morris reportedly offered her previously. McConnell is the sister of NBAer T. J. McConnell and the niece of former Pitt head coach Suzie McConnell-Serio.
Erin Fox, 6-0 F, Millbrook HS (NY): Albany is the latest school to offer Fox. Colgate offered her earlier this month, preceded by Marist, Manhattan, and Austin Peay, over the course of 2018.
Jada Moore, 5-10 G, Regis Jesuit HS (Aurora, CO): This article says Moore has offers from North Carolina State, Texas Tech, Gonzaga, and Ohio.
Haley Meely, 5-4 PG, Jenks HS (OK): following an unofficial visit, Meely picked up her first D-I offer, from Oral Roberts.
Angela Dugalic, 6-3 W, Maine West HS (Des Plaines, IL): narrowed her list to five: Cal, UCLA, Marquette, Missouri, and Oregon. She dropped the three Big Ten schools that had been in her top eight: Illinois, Michigan, and Nebraska.
Dontavia Waggoner, 5-11 F, Ensworth HS (Nashville, TN): scored 18 points in a recent game with coaches from Louisville, Middle Tennessee, and Vanderbilt on hand. She reportedly received offers from Louisville and Middle Tennessee in December. Whether she has a Vandy offer is unknown. In the fall of 2018 offers from Virginia Tech and Western Kentucky were reported.
Louisville associate head coach Stephanie Norman, MTSU assistant Matt Insell and Vanderbilt coach Stephanie White attended the Lady Tigers’ recent 46-43 loss to Division II-AA defending state champion Brentwood Academy, in a rematch of the past three state championships. Waggoner finished with 18 points, including 12 in the second half in the loss.