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I am guessing we get one of her and Daniels but not two but we are a different school which attracts from more than one dimension!
To add the various plaudits our commits have received lately, Jones was named to the MaxPreps 2018-19 All-American List's five-player First Team, Belibi and Brink were named to the Second Team, and perhaps most happily, Jana Van Gytenbeek was named to the Fourth Team. Considering she was ranked around 55th by ESPN HoopGurlz when she committed to Stanford, I'd say she's considerably upped her recruit value given that most of the players are seniors and even then she was named among the 20 best in the country. Here's what Max Preps had to say:

Quote:Cherry Creek surprised a lot of folks with that Colorado 5A title, but Van Gytenbeek's exceptional season did not. The 18.3 points and 5.1 assists per game were right in line what people expected.

And a team that included her, Belibi, and Brink just finished 3rd in the U18 3x3 National Championship, while Jones teamed with UConn commit Paige Bueckers, Domer commit Samantha Brunelle, and Haley Van Lith to finish second. 

Future's looking mighty bright. 8)
(04-14-2019, 09:26 PM)2006alum Wrote: [ -> ]To add the various plaudits our commits have received lately, Jones was named to the MaxPreps 2018-19 All-American List's five-player First Team, Belibi and Brink were named to the Second Team, and perhaps most happily, Jana Van Gytenbeek was named to the Fourth Team. Considering she was ranked around 55th by ESPN HoopGurlz when she committed to Stanford, I'd say she's considerably upped her recruit value given that most of the players are seniors and even then she was named among the 20 best in the country. Here's what Max Preps had to say:

Quote:Cherry Creek surprised a lot of folks with that Colorado 5A title, but Van Gytenbeek's exceptional season did not. The 18.3 points and 5.1 assists per game were right in line what people expected.

And a team that included her, Belibi, and Brink just finished 3rd in the U18 3x3 National Championship, while Jones teamed with UConn commit Paige Bueckers, Domer commit Samantha Brunelle, and Haley Van Lith to finish second. 

Future's looking mighty bright. 8)

Treasure Hunt from the winning team just replaced Azzi Fudd as my all-time favorite WBB name.

http://www.espn.com/high-school/girls-ba.../id/225166
Kiana Smith, cal, to louisville

Oregon signs 5 star guard Sydney Parrish, 2020. 6'0, rated 11th in class
2020 Marshall just committed to ND.

Come on down Ms Daniels
(04-17-2019, 07:35 PM)BobK Wrote: [ -> ]2020 Marshall just committed to ND.

Come on down Ms Daniels

Surprising but it's hard to be disappointed when we already have the best post recruit in the 2020 class in Brink.  And if this makes it easier to get Daniels, then no big loss.
Azzi Fudd tore her MCL and ACL at the USA Basketball 3x3 tournament. 

https://usatodayhss.com/2019/all-usa-pla...cl-and-mcl
Speaking of Azzi Fudd, appears she tore her ACL and MCL last weekend.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/20...a0e22a6113
Removed Watson from the 2020 prospect list
(04-19-2019, 08:06 AM)crackpot Wrote: [ -> ]Speaking of Azzi Fudd, appears she tore her ACL and MCL last weekend.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/20...a0e22a6113

Terrible news for Fudd.  Perhaps this will bring more importance to the "40 year decision" aspect of her college choice.
https://www.oregonlive.com/recruiting/20...ml?src=rss
Oregon picks up 5 star guard out of La Jolla Country Day
Oregon gets another top 25 commit, guard
https://www.oregonlive.com/recruiting/20...ducks.html
Well I did start to feel “green” with envy for a bit, but I repressed it. I’ll resume if I find out we were ever seriously in play for one of these 5-stars.
Never in play QWERTY
Rice, a 2022, is on the the 16U national team
(05-14-2019, 10:07 AM)qwerty49 Wrote: [ -> ]Well I did start to feel “green” with envy for a bit, but I repressed it. I’ll resume if I find out we were ever seriously in play for one of these 5-stars.

I'm not too envious of Oregon's recruiting class.  Lots of really good players but not sure if any of them is a real difference maker at the college level.  We have one of the difference makers in our 2020 class in Brink.
https://www.oregonlive.com/ducks/2019/05...tball.html
Oregon gets another 5 star - Kylee Watson 6'4 fwd from NJ
Five top recruits for Oregon and Minyon Moore now visiting

https://mobile.twitter.com/womenshoopz/s...5684036613
(05-22-2019, 08:30 PM)mbdude Wrote: [ -> ]https://www.oregonlive.com/ducks/2019/05...tball.html
Oregon gets another 5 star - Kylee Watson 6'4 fwd from NJ

I said it a couple of posts ago and I'm repeating it again.  Really nice class for Oregon with a lot of very good players.  But I don't see any college 1st team All Americans in that group.  Wouldn't trade our '19 or '20 classes for Oregon's since I think Jones, Belibi and Brink have All-American level talent.
(05-23-2019, 07:06 AM)BobK Wrote: [ -> ]Five top recruits for Oregon and Minyon Moore now visiting

https://mobile.twitter.com/womenshoopz/s...5684036613

Moore and Ionescu would be an interesting backcourt. Too bad there’s only one ball.
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