Jillian Hayes, 5-10 G, Loveland HS (OH): received an offer from St. Louis Univ. See below (Jan. 4) for info on her previous offers.
Jamie Behar, 6-2 W, Oceanside HS (NY): received an offer from Columbia. Between June and August of 2018, the following schools reportedly offered her: Seton Hall, Rutgers, Manhattan, Monmouth, Rhode Island, Quinnipiac, and American.
Megan Wagner, 5-7 G, Mason HS (OH): committed to Western Michigan. She is the Broncos’ second commit for 2020, joining Hannah Spitzley, 5-10 W, Pewamo-Westphalia HS (MI). Detroit Mercy and Northern Kentucky had reportedly also offered Wagner.
Cairah “C.C.” Mays, 5-8 CG, Seffner Christian Academy (FL): committed to Marshall, their first commit in the 2020 recruiting class.
Sydney Parrish, 6-1 W, Hamilton Southeastern HS (IN): Currently ranked #11 in the 2020 class by espnW, Parrish announced her final 7 schools today: UCLA, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Oregon, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Other schools that had reportedly offered her include Purdue, Ohio State, Butler, Michigan State, Georgia Tech, Michigan, Kansas, Louisville, Vanderbilt, Illinois, Kentucky, Marquette, Utah, Georgia, Duke, Iowa State, LSU, North Carolina, and Northwestern.
Jasmine McWilliams, 5-11 W, Indianapolis North Central HS (IN): committed to Northwestern, their first 2020 commit. She had been offered by the Wildcats in September 2018. The earlier offers that had been reported for her were Kentucky, Xavier, Indiana, Butler, Eastern Illinois, Michigan, Pitt, Illinois, Western Kentucky, Western Michigan, and Vanderbilt. Penn offered her shortly after Northwestern and then Villanova followed suit in October 2018.
Haley Nichols, 5-11 F, Avon HS (IN): committed to UT Martin, their first 2020 commit.
Serin Dunne, 5-7 PG, Mesa Ridge HS (Colorado Springs, CO): picked up an offer from San Diego State. She reportedly was offered by Northern Colorado in June 2018.
Katie Ball, 6-2 F, Belfry HS (WV): Ball has transferred to Belfry HS from Mingo Central HS after being suspended for the remainder of 2018 after getting into an altercation with a teammate during a game on December 8. Earlier reports (not this one) had her with offers from Marshall, FIU, Charlotte, Xavier, Radford, James Madison, Davidson, and Cleveland State.
Former Mingo Central standouts forward Katie Ball and guard Ziah Rhodes were in uniform for the Lady Pirates for the first time since transferring from Mingo Central last week but neither saw varsity action. They did however play in the junior varsity game.
Ball and Rhodes were playing for the Lady Miners in a game against Floyd Central in the Battle at Belfry Invitational back on December 8 when they got into an altercation during the middle of the fourth quarter which resulted in a suspension and eventually led to the resignation of former Mingo Central head coach Brandon Ball.
Erin Fox, 6-0 F, Millbrook HS (NY): picked up an offer from Colgate, after receiving offers over the course of 2018 from Marist, Manhattan, and Austin Peay.