Hannah Edwards, 6-6 C, Oak Mountain HS (Birmingham, AL): A feature on Edwards in the Over the Mountain Journal includes a list of colleges she has visited, but she’s keeping her offers private. She’s “hoping to make a decision by the end of August.” Edwards is originally from Canton, Ohio.
This summer Edwards has been crisscrossing the country, visiting prospective colleges and playing for the All Alabama Roadrunners, an AAU team sponsored by Under Armour and coached by Beverly and Greg Kirk. The Roadrunners played in Nashville last week and this week headed to Indianapolis to compete in an Under Armour tournament.
Some of the colleges Edwards has visited include Alabama, Auburn, UAB, Samford, Florida, LSU, North Carolina, Kansas, Georgia Tech, West Virginia and Southern Miss.
“It’s been an amazing opportunity and experience to visit some great colleges and meet some iconic coaches,” Edwards said. “I’ve developed valuable insight into each program and where I might fit in best. I’ve gotten good advice from the players to help me make a solid decision.
“Out of respect to the schools I’m investigating, I’m choosing not to share any of the offers I have received. My recruitment is wide open. I want to play at the Division I level and I hope to play in the WNBA. I want to get a degree in sports management. I am hoping to make a decision by the end of August.”
Madeline Westbeld, 6-2 F, Kettering Fairmont HS (OH): announced her five finalists: UCLA, Louisville, Notre Dame, Ohio State, and Tennessee. She’s ranked #31 in the 2020 class by espnW. Her sister Kathryn played at Notre Dame.
Capria Brown, 5-8 G, Schlarman Academy (Danville, IL): was offered by Missouri State (see Recruiting Summaries page for further info on her).
Kayla Cooper, 6-0 F, St. John’s Catholic Prep (Frederick, MD): committed to Albany (America East).
Kylee Blacksten, 6-3 W, Air Academy (CO): picked up an offer from UC San Diego.
Sabhbh Edwards Murphy, 6-2 C, County Clare, Ireland: announced her commitment to Akron (MAC), their third 2020 commit. She played on Ireland’s U16 team in the 2018 European Championship.
Tomia Johnson, 5-6 PG, Grandview HS (Aurora, CO): picked up another offer, from Miami (OH).