Georgia Women’s Basketball Recruiting

Conference: SEC

Head Coach: Katie Abrahamson-Henderson (1st season in 2022-23)

Official Bulldogs roster

Unofficial Georgia Women’s Basketball Scholarship Chart

Note: The NCAA granted an extra year of eligibility to 2020-21 D-I winter sports athletes (including women’s basketball players). Programs were allowed to exceed the 15-scholarship limit for the 2021-22 season only (and only for their own returning players). 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:

  • April 2021: head coach Joni Taylor receives a three-year contract extension through the 2026-27 season (press release)
  • April 2021: Que Morrison and Jenna Staiti both announce they will return for the 2021-22 season, using the NCAA’s blanket extra year of eligibility
  • June 2021: Caitlin Hose grad-transfers to Indiana
  • September 2021: Tineya Hylton (2022) commits to Georgia
  • October 2021: Janiah Barker (2022) commits to Georgia
  • November 2021: Sydney Bowles (2022) commits to/signs with Georgia
  • December 2021: Diana Collins (2023) commits to Georgia
  • January 2022: Tineya Hylton enrolls early
  • January 2022: Maori Davenport is no longer listed on the team roster
  • March 2022: head coach Joni Taylor leaves for the Texas A&M job
  • March 2022: Diana Collins (2023) and Janiah Barker (2022 signee) both decommit
  • March 2022: two players enter their names into the transfer portal—Sarah Ashlee Barker (to Alabama) and Reigan Richardson (to Duke)
  • March 2022: Katie Abrahamson-Henderson is named the new Georgia head coach (press release)
  • March 2022: Tineya Hylton enters her name into the transfer portal (later committing to Texas A&M)
  • April 2022: Sydney Bowles (2022 signee) flips her commitment to Texas A&M
  • April 2022: Maori Davenport and Jillian Hollingshead enter their names into the transfer portal
  • April 2022: three grad transfers commit to Georgia—Diamond Battles (UCF), Brittney Smith (UCF), and Audrey Warren (Texas)
  • October 2022: Miyah Verse (2023) commits to Georgia

2022 Georgia Women’s Basketball Commitments

Tineya Hylton, 5-7 PG, Royal Crown Academic School (Scarborough, ON) [committed 9/10/2021; other finalists: Kansas State, Middle Tennessee, and Western Kentucky; signed 11/13/2021; enrolled early, January 2022]

Former Targets

Kaleigh Addie, 5-8 PG, Greater Atlanta Christian School (Norcross, GA) [offered May 2020; committed to Xavier, August 2021]

Janiah Barker, 6-3 F, Tampa Bay Tech HS (FL) [committed 10/21/2021; signed 11/13/2021; decommitted 3/24/2022; committed to Texas A&M, 4/20/2022]

Shay Bollin, 6-3 F, Bridgewater-Raynham HS (MA) [offered July 2018; committed to Duke, October 2020]

Sydney Bowles, 6-1 W, Woodward Academy (College Park, GA) [signed 11/11/2021; flipped commitment to Texas A&M]

Talaysia Cooper, 6-0 PG, East Clarendon HS (Turbeville, SC) [Georgia among four finalists; committed to South Carolina, October 2021]

Kara Dunn, 5-11 W, Mount Paran Christian School (Kennesaw, GA) [offered February 2019; Georgia among four finalists announced in August 2021; committed to Georgia Tech, October 2021]

Aaliyah Gayles, 5-9 PG, Spring Valley HS (Las Vegas, NV) [Georgia among 10 finalists announced in September 2020; committed to Southern Cal, November 2020]

Kailyn Gilbert, 5-8 PG, Seffner Christian Academy (FL) [offered April 2020; Georgia among eight finalists announced in November 2020; committed to Arizona, January 2021]

Jennah Isai, 6-0 W, Valley Vista HS (Surprise, AZ) [offered June 2020; committed to Oregon, June 2021]

Flau’Jae Johnson, 6-0 G, Sprayberry HS (Marietta, GA) [offered July 2020; signed with LSU, November 2021)]

Ta’Niya Latson, 5-8 CG, Westlake HS (Atlanta, GA) [offered May 2020; Georgia among eight finalists announced in January 2021; committed to Florida State, August 2021]

Darianna Littlepage-Buggs, 6-0 G/W, Classen School of Advanced Studies (Oklahoma City, OK) [offered May 2020; Georgia not among 10 finalists announced in August 2021]

Bailey Maupin, 5-10 G, Gruver HS (TX) [offered April 2020; committed to Texas Tech, July 2021]

Brianna McDaniel, 5-11 G, Kenwood Academy (Chicago, IL) [offered July 2020; Georgia among six finalists; committed to Texas A&M, August 2021]

Tonie Morgan, 5-10 PG, Florida HS (Tallahassee, FL) [offered December 2019; Georgia not among eight finalists announced in January 2021]

Amina Muhammad, 6-4 F, DeSoto HS (TX) [offered August 2020; committed to Texas, May 2021]

Maya Nnaji, 6-4 F, Hopkins HS (Minnetonka, MN) [offered June 2020; Georgia among 13 finalists announced in October 2020; committed to Arizona, May 2021]

Ayanna Patterson, 6-3 W, Homestead HS (Fort Wayne, IN) [offered August 2018; Georgia not among five finalists announced in March 2021]

Lazaria Spearman, 6-2 F, Dacula HS (GA) [offered July 2018; Georgia not among three finalists announced in July 2019]

Saniah Tyler, 5-6 PG, Incarnate Word Academy (St. Louis, MO) [offered September 2020; committed to Kentucky, July 2021]

Zyanna Walker, 5-8 PG, Wichita Heights HS (KS) [committed to Louisville, July 2021]

Ashlyn Watkins, 6-3 C, Cardinal Newman School (Columbia, SC) [Georgia not among four finalists announced in August 2021]

See next page for 2023 commitments and targets for Georgia 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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