Georgia Women’s Basketball Recruiting

Conference: SEC

Head Coach: Katie Abrahamson-Henderson (2nd season in 2023-24)

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). 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:

  • 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: Tahnee Balerio is named associate head coach and recruiting coordinator (press release)
  • April 2022: joining the staff as assistant coaches are Isoken Uzamere (press release) and Nykesha Sales (press release)
  • April 2022: Sydney Bowles (2022 signee) flips her commitment to Texas A&M
  • April 2022 portal entrants: Maori Davenport (to Arkansas–Pine Bluff), Jillian Hollingshead (to Tennessee), Kimora Jenkins (to East Carolina), and Alina Sendar (to Towson)
  • April 2022: three grad transfers commit to Georgia—Diamond Battles (UCF), Brittney Smith (UCF), and Audrey Warren (Texas)
  • May 2022: Savannah Henderson and Stefanie Ingram sign with Georgia as part of their 2022 class
  • May 2022: two more transfers sign with Georgia—Kari Niblack (West Virginia grad xfer) and De’Mauri Flournoy (Vanderbilt)
  • June 2022: two more 2022 prospects sign with Georgia—Fatima Diakhaté and Amiya Evans
  • October 2022: Miyah Verse (2023) commits to Georgia
  • March 2023: Javyn Nicholson announces she’s returning to Georgia for the 2023-24 season, using her COVID extra year of eligibility
  • April 2023: Taniyah Thompson grad-transfers in from Penn State (press release)
  • April 2023: Destiny Thomas transfers in from UCF (press release)
  • May 2023: Asia Avinger transfers in from San Diego State (press release)

2023 Georgia Women’s Basketball Commitments

Miyah Verse, 6-1 F, Mountain Ridge HS (Glendale, AZ) [offered July 2022; committed 10/16/2022]

2023 Targets

[none known]

Former Targets

Cori Allen, 5-10 G, Montverde Academy (FL) {previously attended Hillsboro HS (Nashville, TN)} [offered August 2019; committed to Illinois, October 2022]

Jalynn Bristow, 6-3 F, Rider HS (Wichita Falls, TX) [offered April 2021; committed to Iowa State, February 2022]

Essence Cody, 6-4 F, Valdosta HS (GA) [offered August 2021; committed to Alabama, April 2022]

Diana Collins, 5-6 PG, Brookwood HS (Snellville, GA) [offered April 2020; committed 12/31/2021; decommitted 3/23/2022; committed to Ohio State, September 2022]

Aalyah Del Rosario, 6-6 C, Webb School (Bell Buckle, TN) {previously attended Trenton Catholic Academy (Hamilton Township, NJ)} [Georgia not among four finalists announced in August 2022]

Reychel Douglas, 6-0 W, Millbook HS (Raleigh, NC) [offered April 2021; Georgia among two finalists announced in September 2022; committed to Alabama, October 2022]

Milaysia Fulwiley, 5-7 PG, Keenan HS (Columbia, SC) [Georgia not among five finalists announced in August 2022]

Sahnya Jah, 6-1 W, Montverde Academy (FL) {previously attended Bishop McNamara HS (Forestville, MD)} [committed to South Carolina, October 2022]

Reniya Kelly, 5-5 PG, Hoover HS (AL) [offered June 2019; committed to North Carolina, November 2021]

Olivia McGhee, 6-3 CG, Louisa County HS (Mineral, VA) [offered May 2021; committed to Virginia, June 2022]

Laila Reynolds, 6-1 W, New Hope Academy (Landover, MA) [Georgia among four finalists; committed to Florida, November 2022]

Emma Risch, 6-1 SG/W, Palm Bay HS (Melbourne, FL) [offered April 2020; committed to Notre Dame, November 2021]

Taliah Scott, 5-9 SG, Oakleaf HS (Orange Park, FL) [offered August 2020; committed to Arkansas, September 2021]

Mjracle Sheppard, 5-10 CG, Montverde Academy (FL) [Georgia not among three finalists announced in September 2022]

Samyha Suffren, 5-8 PG, Cannon School (Concord, NC) [offered April 2021; committed to Virginia Tech, December 2021]

Jada Williams, 5-8 PG, Blue Springs HS (MO) [offered August 2020]

Mikaylah Williams, 6-1 W, Parkway HS (Bossier City, LA) [offered July 2019; committed to LSU, June 2022]

Solè Williams, 5-9 CG, Princeton HS (Cincinnati, OH) [offered June 2021; committed to Texas A&M, November 2022]

See next page for 2024 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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