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(01-29-2020, 09:49 AM)martyup Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-29-2020, 09:39 AM)mbdude Wrote: [ -> ]2021 Olivia Miles story - Stanford 1 of 6 listed

https://www.espn.com/womens-college-bask...ivia-miles

Sounds like it will be tough to pull her to the west coast.

Quote:Miles' recruitment likely would be over if coach Courtney Banghart hadn't gone from Princeton to North Carolina.

"I would have gone there if she didn't leave," Miles said. "I wouldn't have committed there, but it would've had a very high chance because all my family wants to see me play."

On the other hand, the fact that she'd choose Princeton over top programs suggests she's very school-oriented, which bodes well for us. I can't think of the last time Princeton and, say, UConn were a recruit's finalists, but I do recall Marta Sniezek's final four was down to us, Princeton, Harvard, and Georgetown. If Miles has a similar set of schools in mind, our odds have to be decent. Not to mention she's already playing ball with Nerd Nation-esque specs.
It’ll be tough for sure but she was out here in early November
maybe it hints at a need for 1-2 East Coast road trips (or pre-season tournaments/other than TN) per year in general for the benefit of and to attract East Coast students?
(01-29-2020, 09:53 AM)2006alum Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-29-2020, 09:49 AM)martyup Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-29-2020, 09:39 AM)mbdude Wrote: [ -> ]2021 Olivia Miles story - Stanford 1 of 6 listed

https://www.espn.com/womens-college-bask...ivia-miles

Sounds like it will be tough to pull her to the west coast.

Quote:Miles' recruitment likely would be over if coach Courtney Banghart hadn't gone from Princeton to North Carolina.

"I would have gone there if she didn't leave," Miles said. "I wouldn't have committed there, but it would've had a very high chance because all my family wants to see me play."

On the other hand, the fact that she'd choose Princeton over top programs suggests she's very school-oriented, which bodes well for us. I can't think of the last time Princeton and, say, UConn were a recruit's finalists, but I do recall Marta Sniezek's final four was down to us, Princeton, Harvard, and Georgetown. If Miles has a similar set of schools in mind, our odds have to be decent. Not to mention she's already playing ball with Nerd Nation-esque specs.

I agree.  The Princeton choice suggests academics are very important.  And yes Princeton is nice but it also doesn’t offer any scholarships.  I think we have a decent shot.  I think UConn isn’t likely because of Bueckers and all the guards they already have.
Add Rori Harmon to the list. Top-20, 5-6 PG from TX. 
https://twitter.com/coachcjASGR/status/1...17218?s=20
Added, great find. Thanks
(02-04-2020, 07:36 PM)CardinalWBBFan Wrote: [ -> ]Add Rori Harmon to the list. Top-20, 5-6 PG from TX. 
https://twitter.com/coachcjASGR/status/1...17218?s=20

Her rankings are quite spread out.  #5 Prospectsnation, #20 HoopGurlz, #41 BlueStar.  The Prospectsnation ranking is quite eye-catching.  They have her as the second best point guard, just one spot below Olivia Miles.  Seems like a great potential recruit.
Per PN super quick. In video has the Williams step back jumper
(02-04-2020, 08:27 PM)BosCard Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-04-2020, 07:36 PM)CardinalWBBFan Wrote: [ -> ]Add Rori Harmon to the list. Top-20, 5-6 PG from TX. 
https://twitter.com/coachcjASGR/status/1...17218?s=20

Her rankings are quite spread out.  #5 Prospectsnation, #20 HoopGurlz, #41 BlueStar.  The Prospectsnation ranking is quite eye-catching.  They have her as the second best point guard, just one spot below Olivia Miles.  Seems like a great potential recruit.
thanks for finding. she looks very good. she'd have to be the #3 pg  in 2021, though, as there's not only olivia, there's azzi fudd ahead of her. have we had a starting point guard as small as 5'6 before?
Was reading a post on one of the other boards and the author implied that players who attend camps sponsored or run by Prospects Nation tend to get their rating "bumped  up" a little to assist in their recruiting
(02-04-2020, 08:40 PM)jonnyss Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-04-2020, 08:27 PM)BosCard Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-04-2020, 07:36 PM)CardinalWBBFan Wrote: [ -> ]Add Rori Harmon to the list. Top-20, 5-6 PG from TX. 
https://twitter.com/coachcjASGR/status/1...17218?s=20

Her rankings are quite spread out.  #5 Prospectsnation, #20 HoopGurlz, #41 BlueStar.  The Prospectsnation ranking is quite eye-catching.  They have her as the second best point guard, just one spot below Olivia Miles.  Seems like a great potential recruit.
thanks for finding. she looks very good. she'd have to be the #3 pg  in 2021, though, as there's not only olivia, there's azzi fudd ahead of her. have we had a starting point guard as small as 5'6 before?

Milena Flores was listed at 5'6
(02-05-2020, 08:55 AM)PalmTree Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-04-2020, 08:40 PM)jonnyss Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-04-2020, 08:27 PM)BosCard Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-04-2020, 07:36 PM)CardinalWBBFan Wrote: [ -> ]Add Rori Harmon to the list. Top-20, 5-6 PG from TX. 
https://twitter.com/coachcjASGR/status/1...17218?s=20

Her rankings are quite spread out.  #5 Prospectsnation, #20 HoopGurlz, #41 BlueStar.  The Prospectsnation ranking is quite eye-catching.  They have her as the second best point guard, just one spot below Olivia Miles.  Seems like a great potential recruit.
thanks for finding. she looks very good. she'd have to be the #3 pg  in 2021, though, as there's not only olivia, there's azzi fudd ahead of her. have we had a starting point guard as small as 5'6 before?

Milena Flores was listed at 5'6
thank you. good to know. milena was certainly big enough.
(02-05-2020, 11:34 AM)jonnyss Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-05-2020, 08:55 AM)PalmTree Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-04-2020, 08:40 PM)jonnyss Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-04-2020, 08:27 PM)BosCard Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-04-2020, 07:36 PM)CardinalWBBFan Wrote: [ -> ]Add Rori Harmon to the list. Top-20, 5-6 PG from TX. 
https://twitter.com/coachcjASGR/status/1...17218?s=20

Her rankings are quite spread out.  #5 Prospectsnation, #20 HoopGurlz, #41 BlueStar.  The Prospectsnation ranking is quite eye-catching.  They have her as the second best point guard, just one spot below Olivia Miles.  Seems like a great potential recruit.
thanks for finding. she looks very good. she'd have to be the #3 pg  in 2021, though, as there's not only olivia, there's azzi fudd ahead of her. have we had a starting point guard as small as 5'6 before?

Milena Flores was listed at 5'6
thank you. good to know. milena was certainly big enough.

Just realized I'd forgotten Jamila Wideman as well.... <DOH!>
(02-05-2020, 12:53 PM)PalmTree Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-05-2020, 11:34 AM)jonnyss Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-05-2020, 08:55 AM)PalmTree Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-04-2020, 08:40 PM)jonnyss Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-04-2020, 08:27 PM)BosCard Wrote: [ -> ]Her rankings are quite spread out.  #5 Prospectsnation, #20 HoopGurlz, #41 BlueStar.  The Prospectsnation ranking is quite eye-catching.  They have her as the second best point guard, just one spot below Olivia Miles.  Seems like a great potential recruit.
thanks for finding. she looks very good. she'd have to be the #3 pg  in 2021, though, as there's not only olivia, there's azzi fudd ahead of her. have we had a starting point guard as small as 5'6 before?

Milena Flores was listed at 5'6
thank you. good to know. milena was certainly big enough.

Just realized I'd forgotten Jamila Wideman as well.... <DOH!>
thank you again. i had remembered milena and jamila as around 5'8". good to know that rori harmon is no smaller than those 2 greats. checking back, molly goodenbour was also 5'6" and susan king borchardt was 5'7".
(02-05-2020, 01:24 PM)jonnyss Wrote: [ -> ]thank you again. i had remembered milena and jamila as around 5'8". good to know that rori harmon is no smaller than those 2 greats. checking back, molly goodenbour was also 5'6" and susan king bouchardt was 5'7".

More recently, Amber Orrange was 5'7" and so was Lili Thompson. Actually I assume that they both are still 5'7".
(02-05-2020, 03:02 PM)Spiny_Norman Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-05-2020, 01:24 PM)jonnyss Wrote: [ -> ]thank you again. i had remembered milena and jamila as around 5'8". good to know that rori harmon is no smaller than those 2 greats. checking back, molly goodenbour was also 5'6" and susan king bouchardt was 5'7".

More recently, Amber Orrange was 5'7" and so was Lili Thompson. Actually I assume that they both are still 5'7".

Worth noting also that Crystal Dangerfield of U Conn is 5 5", and she's pretty darn good as is UCLA's 5 6" Japreese Dean
(02-05-2020, 03:27 PM)JoanBoothe Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-05-2020, 03:02 PM)Spiny_Norman Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-05-2020, 01:24 PM)jonnyss Wrote: [ -> ]thank you again. i had remembered milena and jamila as around 5'8". good to know that rori harmon is no smaller than those 2 greats. checking back, molly goodenbour was also 5'6" and susan king bouchardt was 5'7".

More recently, Amber Orrange was 5'7" and so was Lili Thompson. Actually I assume that they both are still 5'7".

Worth noting also that Crystal Dangerfield of U Conn is 5 5", and she's pretty darn good as is UCLA's 5 6" Japreese Dean

Aari McDonald is 5’6” and she isn’t so bad either.
ASGR has Brooke Demetre as the #3 player in her class behind just Fudd and Rivers.
I hear there's a head coach of two basketball teams that played pretty well at 5'6".  (I'm not really sure how she can be the coach of two teams at the same time.  I'd think being head coach of either one would/should be a full time job.)

On the men's side, Calvin Murphy was an All-Star(1979) and a Hall of Famer at 5'9" in the era of 7-foot opponents.
Mugsey Bouges 14 NBA years at 5 foot 3
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