Coverage of the women’s basketball 2020 recruiting class: offers, commitments, decommitments, official and unofficial visits, recruiting updates from news sites and other sources, etc. Items listed in reverse chronological order.
Adhel Tac, 5-11 F, Sachse HS (TX): announced her commitment to TCU, their fourth 2020 commit.
Destiny Terrell, 5-9 W, Mansfield Summit HS (Arlington, TX): announced her commitment to Incarnate Word (Southland).
See the Recruiting Summaries page for updates on Dijone Flowers (LA), Caroline Strande (WI), and Carrington Washburn (TN).
Jaaucklyn Moore, 5-9 G, Round Rock HS (TX): announced her commitment to Incarnate Word (Southland).
Ajia James, 6-1 W, Bishop O’Connell HS (Arlington, VA): announced her commitment to Saint Peter’s (MAAC).
Six of the prospects listed on the Recruiting Summaries page recently committed: Che’mya Carouthers (MS), Diamond Hunter (LA), Halle Idowu (IL), Erica Lafayette (LA), Jaida McCloud (IL), and Ja’la Wade (SC).
Kaitlyn Maxwell, 5-6 G, Everett HS (PA): committed to St. Francis (Pa.) (NEC).
Before Monday’s announcement, Maxwell had never committed publicly to one sport over another.
“I always say my favorite sport is whatever season it is,” Maxwell said. “But I guess I picked basketball, one because it is indoors and it’s a controlled climate where I can practice anytime and two because I can’t see myself running for four years straight. Dribbling a basketball four years straight seems like a lot more fun, and it is God’s plan for me to play basketball.”
Ruth Balogun, 5-10 G/W, Hamilton Heights Christian Academy (Chattanooga, TN): announced her commitment to Central Arkansas (Southland). She’s the younger sister of Georgia Tech freshman Elizabeth Balogun.
Sky Castro, 6-2 C, Summit Academy (Brooklyn, NY): announced her commitment to Saint Peter’s (MAAC).
Jasmine Edwards, 6-0 F, Westland John Glenn HS (MI): committed to Jackson State (SWAC).
Makennah White, 6-2 F, West Middlesex HS (PA): took an official visit this weekend to Duquesne. That was her fifth official, following visits to Fordham, UMass, Eastern Michigan, and James Madison.