Baylor Women’s Basketball Recruiting

Conference: Big 12

Head Coach: Kim Mulkey (21st season in 2020-21)

Official Bears roster


Unofficial Scholarship Chart

Note: The NCAA has granted an extra year of eligibility to 2020-21 D-I winter sports athletes (including women’s basketball players). Programs will be allowed to exceed the 15-scholarship limit for the 2021-22 season only. Until there is definitive word that a player will be taking advantage of this extra year, the WBB Blog scholarship charts will not reflect this extra eligibility.


Personnel Notes:

  • June 2020: DiJonai Carrington grad-transfers in from Stanford
  • August 2020: Kamaria McDaniel transfers in from Penn State; she sits out the 2020-21 season with a knee injury
  • January 2021: Chrislyn Carr transfers in from Texas Tech

2021 Baylor Women’s Basketball Commitments

Maryam Dauda, 6-4 F, Bentonville HS (AR) [committed 5/17/2020; signed 11/11/2020]


Former Targets

Shayeann Day-Wilson, 5-6 PG, Crestwood Prep (Toronto, ON) [Baylor among 12 finalists announced in November 2019; not among four finalists announced in April 2020]

Rori Harmon, 5-7 PG, Cypress Creek HS (Houston, TX) [offered March 2020; committed to Texas, April 2020]

Okikiola “Kiki” Iriafen, 6-3 F, Harvard-Westlake School (Studio City, CA) [Baylor among five finalists announced in June 2020; committed to Stanford, August 2020]

Raven Johnson, 5-9 PG, Westlake HS (Atlanta, GA) [committed to South Carolina, June 2020]

Kayla McPherson, 5-7 PG, Madison County HS (Danielsville, GA) [Baylor not among five finalists announced in June 2020]

Jersey Wolfenbarger, 6-1 SG, Northside HS (Fort Smith, AR) [offered August 2019; committed to Arkansas, April 2020]


See next page for 2022 commitments and targets for Baylor women’s basketball



Disclaimers: The roster information, offers, and commitments are all unofficial. Offers come and go, so some offers listed may no longer be on the table, and some offers are erroneously reported. In addition, the target lists are inevitably incomplete because offers are not publicly reported for many prospects.


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