Week in Review

Week in Review
Anaya Peoples2019 G Anaya Peoples has committed to Notre Dame

Week in Review – Notre Dame, Arkansas, Michigan


Talent to Tallahassee in 2018

Florida State coach Sue Semrau and her staff are off to a great start with their 2018 recruiting class as they have secured verbal commitments from three members of the ELITE 150, Kourtney Weber, Amaya Brown, and Izabela Nicoletti. Prior to last week, Weber and Brown had already made verbal commitments to the ACC school, the addition of Nicoletti, a 5-foot-10 wing who has international experience playing for Brazilian national teams but has been in North Carolina playing high school basketball for the past two years.  As we look to our next update of the 2018 class rankings, this early three-player class will put Florida State among the top recruiting classes in the country. 


Amy Dilk to Michigan

Michigan has added 5-foot-10 guard Amy Dilk to their 2018 class.  Dilk, who projects as a combo guard for the Big Ten school, is a quality playmaker with quality range on her perimeter jumper. The ELITE 150 guard is the second for Michigan in the 2018 class as Dilk will join 5-11 wing Ariel Young in Ann Arbor.  The combination of Dilk and Young gives Michigan a versatile backcourt as Dilk can play on and off the ball as a playmaker and shot maker while Young has proven to be an athletic wing who can attack the rim while also being a perimeter playmaker of her own right.


Ginger Reece – Arkansas

Arkansas coach Mike Neighbors picked up an early verbal for the 2019 class when 6-foot-1 forward Ginger Reece made a verbal pledge to play her college basketball at the SEC school. Reece, who made an unofficial visit to Washington when Neighbors was coaching in the PAC-12 school, is a shot maker who can play off the bounce, create space, or act as a catch and shoot perimeter threat. 


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