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Brooke Demetre.  There doesn't seem to be anything she can't do, left or right handed:

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=brooke+demetre...LmMzpxGMTs
(05-25-2018, 04:27 PM)BobK Wrote: [ -> ]Updated May 30

2019:

COMMIT:   Francesca Belibi , 6-1 Post/Forward, Co. Ranked # 13 per PN

COMMIT:   Hannah Jump, Pinewood, 5-11 Guard, ranked # 44 per PN

COMMIT:   Ashten Prechtel, 6-5 Post, Colorado, ranked # 15 per ESPN

COMMIT:  Haley Jones, 6-1 Wing/Guard from San Jose CA, ranked # 1



2020:

COMMIT: Jana Van Gytenbeek 5-7 Guard Colorado. Ranked # 30

COMMIT:   Cameron Brink 6-4 Post / Forward  Oregon ranked #3

Dalayah Daniels, 6-3 Post Washington.  Ranked # 15 in her class

Harmoni Turner - 5'9" PG from Mansfield Texas ranked # 41

Deja Kelly - 5'8" PG from Dallas Texas (HoopGurlz #22, PN #50)    No longer possible not In Top 5


Ustby, listed here as 2021, is actually in class of 2020 -- and she lists Stanford as one of the schools that she's looking at.


2021: 
COMMIT: Brooke Demetre, 6-3 Wing, CA Ranked # 4 in her Class 

Azzi Fudd, 5-11 Guard VA, ranked # 1 in her Class Per Jan 10 story we have offerred or shown great interest.

Taylor Bigby, Guard, 6-0 Nevada, ranked # 25

Talia Von Oelhoffen:, 5-11 Wing Washington, # 10 ESPN  

Jzaniya Harriel, 5-10 Guard. Nor Cal, top 2021 in Nor Cal, ranked # 40

Alyssa Ustby 6-1 Wing Mn

Amari DeBerry, 6'5" Post NY, # 5 player in the 2021 class.

Lealani Falatea - 5-8 Guard, Utah NR

Saylor Poffenbarger- 6-1 Wing, Maryland Bluestar #9 Also a friend of recruit Kiki Rice. On the National 16U team

Jada Malone – 6-3 Post, Texas HoopGurlz #24, Prospectsnation #17

Khylee Pepe, 6-0 Guard SoCal - NR

Caroline Ducharme, 6-1 Wing MA – Prospectsnation #22, Bluestar #7

Payton Verhulst, 6-1 Guard, Kansas, ranked # 9 HoopGurlz, On the National 16U team


2022:
Kiki Rice Guard from DC. Ranked # 6  Niece of Susan.   Kiki visited recently  On the Nation 16U team.

Timea Gardiner, 6-2 4/5 Utah On the National 16U team, ranked # 5

Londynn Jones, 5-5 PG, SoCal ranked # 7

Maya Nnaji, 6-4 Post Mn ranked #8

2023:
Judea Watkins, 6-0 Wing Windward HS in August. Youngest player at the recent 16U tryouts.  Ranked top 25
Thanks Joan I’ll correct when I get back home

New offer


(06-28-2019, 08:04 PM)BobK Wrote: [ -> ]New offer 
https://twitter.com/hny2020elite/status/...0437633024

Great to hear. The UConn board folks have been raving about Citron for quite a while.
(06-28-2019, 05:17 PM)81alum Wrote: [ -> ]Brooke Demetre.  There doesn't seem to be anything she can't do, left or right handed:

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=brooke+demetre...LmMzpxGMTs

I really like her jump shot. She brings the ball up high to shoot and has a nice arc on it.
(06-28-2019, 10:29 PM)CompSci87 Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-28-2019, 08:04 PM)BobK Wrote: [ -> ]New offer 
https://twitter.com/hny2020elite/status/...0437633024

Great to hear. The UConn board folks have been raving about Citron for quite a while.

Oregon just offered her. It will be interesting to see how she develops. Right now she can overpower defenders with her size and appears to be playing post occasionally. She does seem like a slightly taller version of Ionescu.
https://www.lohud.com/story/sports/high-...589300001/

(06-28-2019, 10:32 PM)CompSci87 Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-28-2019, 05:17 PM)81alum Wrote: [ -> ]Brooke Demetre.  There doesn't seem to be anything she can't do, left or right handed:

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=brooke+demetre...LmMzpxGMTs

I really like her jump shot. She brings the ball up high to shoot and has a nice arc on it.

I like the fact she doesn't need to put the ball on the floor before gathering herself.  I think she will be awesome whatever position she plays.  If she can play good D she could be a 4-year starter.
From USAB on Sonia: “Member of the National Junior Honor Society; maintains at 95.6 GPA.”
I was just looking over HoopGurlz and saw Sasha Goforth committed to Oregon State. Given her dad is a Stanford alum, I had hoped we landed her.
I don't think Goforth was going to get through door 1, or at a minimum, we weren't even among her final schools she was deciding between, so it's been a long time since we thought she might come to the Farm.
This is extremely interesting and could it apply to Wilson and Fingall

https://mobile.twitter.com/kerryeggers/s...0642946048

Kat Tudor applying for a redshirt year

Also a player at Utah , Provo, is on their just released roster and seems to have received another year with similar circumstances

Stay tuned
My understanding is that it won’t. Typically, to get a medical redshirt, if I recall, you’d need to play about 9 games or fewer. Nadia, unfortunately, played 12, so it seems unlikely. On the other hand, I believe Anna did try for a medical redshirt; however, because the injuries that sidelined her were twice separate ones it seems that she’s ineligible for a redshirt. I remember someone commenting to that effect after a chalk talk or a game. 

It’s unfortunate, but I don’t think either will get an extra year barring unforeseen circumstances this upcoming season.
Disagree lorcan. Not with the rules you mention but with your bottom line

I first heard that Tudor would almost two months ago and now she is.

Stay tuned
Any thoughts on whether Citron will make a decision soon?  I’m leaning towards yes (if she wants to come here). Her academics seem to fall into the category of “not worried about getting in” like early commits Wilson, Van Gytenbeek, Brink and Demetre.
No feel at all at this point but why not :)

I have updated the main list.
citron seems to be ranked #17 in the 2021 class by espn. playing for hoopersny 2020 elite makes it look like she is 2020.
Srs can’t play travel so many teams with hrs on down are playing 2020

Citron scored 10 points a game playing varsity as an 8th grader
(06-29-2019, 08:48 PM)BobK Wrote: [ -> ]Srs can’t play travel so many teams with hrs on down are playing 2020

Citron scored 10 points a game playing varsity as an 8th grader

thanks, bob. reading about the u16 team, citron was #2 scorer to 6' 7" lauren betts, '22. usa basketball describes betts as academic all-state. does betts have any interest in stanford that we know of?
So the Stanford Women's Basketball twitter account just started following Sonia Citron.  It's not an announcement per se but it's a very very good sign.  The account does not follow potential recruits only players and recruits who have committed.  I believe we had this discussion about Haley Jones where she appeared on the SWBB twitter follow list right before she committed.  And of the SWBB twitter account recently started following Demetre (I don't know if that was right before or right after her commitment announcement).
great that there's interest in 2023 judea watkins. she looks pretty great.
and if my math is right, she's in 8th grade in the videos.

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