Sitori Tanin, 6-2 F, Middleton HS (WI): A Wisconsin State Journal article mentions Tanin’s six D-I offers.
Tanin, who’s been leading Middleton in scoring and rebounding this season, said she has offers from Drake University, Montana State, North Dakota State, Bradley, Eastern Illinois and Northern Colorado.
“She’s a good player, a good passer,” Will Green said. “She’s under control for a big man. … Experienced players make plays.”
Tess Myers, 5-10 G, North Catholic HS (Cranberry Twp., PA): received an offer from La Salle. She received three offers previously, over the course of 2018, from Niagara, Kent State, and Charlotte. She is the younger sister of Natalie Myers, who currently is a junior on the Indiana University of Pennsylvania (D-II) basketball team, transferring there after two years at Youngstown State.
Alyssa Marin, 5-8 PG, Camarillo HS (CA): picked up her second D-I offer, from Eastern Washington. Cal State Fullerton offered her in November 2018.
Nan Garcia, 6-1 F, Jeffersonville HS (IN): Feature article on Garcia states that she has eight offers, but she reportedly also has an offer from Southern Illinois (in addition to SIUE).
Garcia, who has offers from Cincinnati, Indiana State, Xavier, Wright State, IUPUI, Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, Ball State and Northern Kentucky, is averaging 19.1 points, while posting solid marks of 34 percent from 3-point range and 73 percent from the free-throw line. Her 8.8 rebounding average leads the Hoosier Hills Conference. She has made big strides in expanding her perimeter game in the past year. She’s a matchup nightmare for post players because of her athleticism and ability to attack the rim from the high post.
“I’ve improved on my shooting. I’m just going out there every single day to take it to the next level,” Garcia said. “I’m working my body and working myself to hopefully help us win a sectional championship this year.”
Hannah McKay, 6-0 F, Owensboro Catholic HS (KY): picked up an offer from Murray State. Two other schools previously offered her: Western Kentucky and Xavier.
Kiley Bess, 5-11 W, Poplar Bluff HS (MO): received an offer from Arkansas State. She has previously reported offers from (listed chronologically): Southeast Missouri, UT Martin, Murray State, Jacksonville State, and Oral Roberts.
Emily Klaczek, 5-9 G, Fremd HS (Palatine, IL): received an offer from Northern Illinois, apparently her first offer.
Logan Thayne, 6-1 F, Hoosick Falls HS (NY): Feature on Thayne notes that she picked up her first D-I offer—from Albany—in early December.
After a standout campaign during the spring and summer competing for the NY Havoc, Thayne is showing off a more diversified all-around game for the Panthers. Thayne, a Times Union small-school first-team selection in 2018, received her first Division I scholarship offer from University at Albany coach Colleen Mullen on Dec. 4.
“It is a dream come true,” Thayne said. “Now that (Division I college coaches) are watching, it is a weight off of my shoulders.”
Thayne is not only an outstanding low-post scorer, but also has shown a deft shooting touch from mid-range and even the 3-point line — knocking down 10 3-pointers. She is shooting 87.9 percent (29-for-33) from the foul line.
Emma Wax, 5-9 G, Montville HS (NJ): picked up her fourth D-I offer, from NJIT. Her previous offers, in order received: Rutgers, Marist, and Wagner.
Alexys Keys, 5-9 G, Sequoyah HS (Tahlequah, OK): The Tulsa World reports that Keys has offers from OK State, Oral Roberts, Tulsa, and Washington State, among others.
Sharpshooter averages career-high 19.6 points, gunning for a third 3A straight state title. MVP of the state tournament as a freshman and an all-tournament selection as a sophomore. Shot 39.6 percent from 3-point range over her first two seasons and has 137 career treys. Holds offers from the likes of Oklahoma State, ORU, Tulsa and Washington State, among many others.
Sydney James, 6-0 W, Trinity Catholic HS (Ocala, FL): received an offer from Columbia. Her previously reported offers (listed chronologically): Quinnipiac, Furman, North Florida, La Salle, FIU, Bethune-Cookman, Florida A&M, Tulane, William & Mary, and UAB. James “spent the first 14 years of her life Bergen County, NJ” (quote from this story).