Georgia Women’s Basketball Recruiting

Conference: SEC

Head Coach: Joni Taylor (6th season in 2020-21)

Official Bulldogs 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 (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:

  • October 2020: Alina Sendar (2021) commits to Georgia
  • October 2020: Kaila Hubbard opts-out of the 2020-21 season; Shaniya Jones is dismissed from the team (later entering transfer portal)
  • November 2020: Jillian Hollingshead (2021) commits to/signs with Georgia
  • 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

2021 Georgia Women’s Basketball Commitments

Jillian Hollingshead, 6-5 F, McEachern HS (Powder Springs, GA) [offered May 2018; committed/signed 11/14/2020]

Kimora Jenkins, 6-1 G, Millbrook School (NY) [offered February 2020; committed 5/22/2020; other finalists: East Carolina, Seton Hall, and West Virginia]*

Reigan Richardson, 6-0 G/W, Cannon School (Concord, NC) [committed 6/13/2020; other finalists: Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, North Carolina, Virginia, and Virginia Tech]*

Alina Sendar, 5-11 W, Amsterdam, Netherlands [committed 10/10/2020]*

*announced as signed 11/11/2020

Former Targets

Se’Quoia Allmond, 5-7 PG, Whitehaven HS (Memphis, TN) [offered December 2017; committed to Jackson State, November 2020]

Taylor Bigby, 6-1 G, Centennial HS (Las Vegas, NV) [offered August 2018; Georgia among 12 finalists announced in September 2019; committed to Oregon, October 2019]

Sania Feagin, 6-4 F, Forest Park HS (GA) [Georgia among six finalists announced in April 2020; committed to South Carolina, May 2020]

Knisha Godfrey, 5-9 CG, Tampa Bay Tech High School (FL) [Georgia among eight finalists announced in May 2020; committed to Mississippi State, May 2020]

Grace Hall, 6-2 F, Homewood-Flossmoor HS (IL) [offered August 2019; committed to LSU, August 2020]

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

Teonni Key, 6-3 W, Cary HS (NC) [Georgia among 11 finalists announced in August 2019; committed to North Carolina, June 2020]

Jada Malone, 6-3 F, Village School (Houston, TX) [offered May 2019; committed to Texas A&M, April 2020]

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

Aaliyah Moore, 6-3 F, Moore HS (OK) [offered July 2019; committed to Texas, April 2020]

Sara Puckett, 6-2 W, Muscle Shoals HS (AL) [offered July 2018; committed to Tennessee, May 2020]

Bree Salenbien, 6-3 W/F, Lenawee Christian School (Adrian, MI) [offered July 2019; committed to Gonzaga, May 2020]

Makayla Timpson, 6-2 F, Early County HS (Blakely, GA) [offered August 2018; committed to Florida State, August 2020]

Brianna Turnage, 6-2 W, Westlake HS (Atlanta, GA) [offered April 2017; committed to Virginia Tech, April 2020]

Morasha Wiggins, 6-0 W, Kalamazoo Central HS (MI) [offered April 2020; Georgia not among 12 finalists announced in May 2020]

See next page for 2022 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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