By: Keil Moore
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Another hectic recruiting week is in the books, and as we approach signing week a majority of the major puzzle pieces of the class of 2013 are in place with just a two undecided top 50 kids remaining — Tyler Scaife of Little Rock, Ark., and Iesha Small of Tallahassee, Fla.
Last week we saw a five of the bigger names in the class — Kendall Cooper of Los Angeles, Calif.,(Duke) Kai James of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., (Florida State) Ronni Williams of Daytona Beach, Fla., (Florida), Erica McCall of Bakersfield, Calif., (Stanford), and AJ Alix of Houston, Texas, (Texas Christian) — make college decisions and solidify i need help writing an essay a number of recruiting classes around the country. This simultaneously left other staffs scrambling to fill unmet needs, many of which will look to the junior college and overseas routes in the spring.
Signing week begins Wednesday and this year there aren’t nearly as many questions unanswered as we have had in previous years. The only player set to announce a decision in the upcoming days is the aforementioned Scaife, who is set to sign on November 16th. In previous years we have had multiple top 50 prospects make decisions during signing week. With so many chips in place we can safely predict that the ACC and the SEC will huckleberry finn essay add the most talent, as 26 of the top 30 players in the country will head to either conference. Stanford has two top 30 verbal commitments, McCall and Kailee Johnson of Portland, Ore., while Washington (Kelsey Plum of San Diego, Calif.,) and Northwestern (Nia Coffey of Minneapolis, Minn.,) both hold one.
We will have a story on Scaife’s decision later this week and stay tuned to our Peach State TV broadcasts for a special signing day show next Monday, November 19th.
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No. 79 Ivey Slaughter to FSU: The addition of an athlete with size, she’s 6-1, to the frontline of the Florida State roster will give coach Sue Samarau and her staff a lot of options with how they want to play and use their depth. Slaughter has the ability to play inside and out if she keeps developing her skill set.
No. 91 Brittany Dinkins down to two: This 5-7 point guard has narrowed her list to a final two – Southern Miss and UNC-Wilmington.
Kenya Olley to Charlotte: UNC Charlotte added some post depth when they picked up 6-2 post Kenya Olley of Dorman, S.C., Olley literary essay definition is a long, rangy, prospect who should be able to challenge shots around the rim.
Bayli McClard to Gonzaga: McClard was originally committed to Fresno State, but decided to switch it up and pick Gonzaga as her school of choice. At 6-2, the Southern California resident should give Gonzaga size and skill on the frontline.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.