A few more prospect pages have been added:
- Kayla Blackshear (FL) — out of her 11 offers between May and July, 9 were from Power 5 schools
- Kennedy Johnson (CA) — picked up five offers between May and July
- Shyanne Sellers (OH) — announced her top nine schools earlier this month
Amy Velasco, 5-7 PG, Centerville HS (OH): announced her commitment to Bowling Green (MAC), their second 2021 commit. A dozen other schools had also offered Velasco.
The latest prospect pages added:
- Alexis Babineaux (TX) — received four D-I offers from May through early August
- Kiya Dorroh (AZ) — two dozen offers overall, including six from Pac-12 programs (plus ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, and SEC schools); picked up eleven offers between April and this week
- Nariah Scott (MA) — between May and early August, she landed seven D-I offers
Also, a new offer was added to the recruiting summary for Sydney Affolter (IL).
Lamyia Woodson, 6-0 F/C, South Side HS (Fort Wayne, IN): announced her commitment to Youngstown State (Horizon), their first 2021 commit.
Katie Keitges, 5-8 SG, Knoxville HS (IA): The Knoxville Journal-Press has an article out on Keitges’s commitment to Omaha (Summit) in early August.
Keitges commented, “The school is only a 2 hour and 45 minute drive from home, so family and friends will be able to visit and watch many games, which I am excited about! The facilities are only three years old and $94 million were put into them, so they are very nice!”
Three more prospect pages have been posted:
- Sydney Affolter (IL) — 20 schools have offered her
- Meg Newman (IN) — more than half of the schools in the Big Ten have offered
- Wynter Rogers (AR) — picked up eight offers between April and early August
Kenzie Bowers, 5-10 PG, Kent City HS (MI): An MLive feature on Bowers notes that she has 15 D-I offers, although none from high majors yet.
Bowers says she does not really have a dream school, although she always liked Michigan State growing up. She does not list any favorites at this time, and that she is just trying to be patient with the process
Bowers, a 4.0 student, is just seeking the right fit – a place where she’s comfortable academically, athletically and socially, and where she can make an impact right away. Carlson also is urging her to make a decision based upon that mesh, not necessarily because of a school’s stature.