By: Keil Moore Follow @KeilMoore
As far as top players are concerned, this weekend’s slate of official visits is worthy of multiple headlines as we have a large portion of the highest rated, undecided players in the country making trips. Possibly one of the most noteworthy trips this weekend will be made by No. 6 Rebecca Greenwell of Owensboro, Ky., to Duke. Joining Greenwell this weekend are the likes of No. 10 Oderah Chidom of Oakland, Calif., No. 16 Rebekah Dahlman of Brahm, Minn., No. 18 Raiygne Moncrief of Lauderhill, Fla., and No. 22 Kai James of Palm Beach, Fla.
No. 6 Rebecca Greenwell to Duke: It almost goes without saying that 6-foot-1 sharpshooting wing Rebecca Greenwell would be a great fit at either of her two finalists, Duke or Notre Dame. Greenwell’s ability to score the ball from the perimeter and play narrative essay story of my life multiple positions on offense fits the versatility that both schools display on the floor and in both cases adding a player of Greenwell’s caliber helps both schools complete a puzzle so to speak.
For Duke, Greenwell gives them an additional dead-eye shooter to pair with current junior Trisha Liston for a year and space the floor for stellar sophomore post Elizabeth Williams for two years.
For Notre Dame, Greenwell will be the dynamic wing scorer, joining an elite 2013 recruiting class full of players to complement her game. Greenwell would go to Notre Dame with a point guard in fellow USA Basketball U17 teammate No. 25 Lindsay Allen of Mitchelleville, Md., a true forward in U16 and U17 teammate No. 4 Taya Reimer of Fishers, Ind., and two post players in No. 39 Kristina Nelson of Buford, Ga., and Diamond Thompson of Chicago, Ill.
After this weekend, once Greenwell leaves Durham, N.C., and heads home, she will have a difficult decision ahead of her.
No. 10 Oderah Chidom law essay writer to Cal: At this point Oderah Chidom is down to four schools. Duke, which she will visit next weekend, UCLA, Washington, and Cal. This weekend Chidom who goes to high school not too far from Cal’s campus will make an official visit to the PAC-12 school. Chidom’s potential addition to Cal’s 2013 recruiting class would give them a top 10 caliber group as she would join the likes of No. 54 Kendall Waters of San Ramon, Calif., wing Mercedes Jefflo of Compton, Calif., and international guard Bin Hind Abdelkader.
No. 16 Rebekah Dahlman and No. 27 Adrienne Motley to Florida: This year the Florida Gators have been active pursuing impact prospects from the class of 2013. This weekend the Gators focus on two of the best remaining guards in the country as they spend time with Rebekah Dahlman and Adrienne Motley of Newport News, Va., on campus. Both Dahlman and Motley bring a lot of flair and scoring to the floor whenever they step on the court. As a internet letter wriitng service potential backcourt duo they could do a lot of damage.
No. 18 Raiygne Moncrief to South Carolina: Two of the main recruiting focuses for South Carolina and coach Dawn Staley are 6-foot-3 post player Alaina Coates of Irmo, S.C., who is ranked 28th in the class, and this weekends official visit Raiygne Moncreif. She is coming off an excellent summer where she showed she can handle the role of primary scorer. Her ability to provide an offense with a punch from the backcourt position is highly coveted. Moncreif has taken a visit to Miami and will make trips to Oklahoma and LSU in the coming weeks.
No. 22 Kai James to Georgia: Moncrief’s longtime AAU teammate, Kai James, will make a trip to Athens, Ga., this weekend. James is one of the most talented post players in the class of 2013. Georgia has focused a good bit of their recruiting efforts for 2013 in the state of Florida as they have two verbal commitments from the sunshine state high quality article writing service — No. 86 Sydnei McCaskill of Orlando, Fla., and post player Samantha Gloddis of Palm Beach, Fla. Gloddis is James’ high school teammate. In addition to James, McCaskil, and Gloddis, Georgia also is high on the list of No. 13 Ronni Williams of Daytona Beach, Fla.
No. 45 Andrijana Cvitkovic to Indiana: Croatian National team forward Andrijana Cvitkovic plays her high school basketball in Culver, Ind., at Culver Academies. This weekend Indiana will look to keep her in the Hoosier state as they look to take advantage of her official visit. Cvitkovic would give Indiana a forward that can add scoring, size, and toughness to their frontcourt. She will visit Virginia Tech next weekend.
Keil Moore is the Director of Scouting for the JumpOffPlus.com National Scouting Report – a division of Peach State Basketball, Inc. He also is a contributor and national recruiting analyst for ESPN HoopGurlz. Moore has been involved in the community since 2007 as a recruiting analyst and trainer. He can be reached at email@example.com.