One of the most dynamic players in the class of 2023 is Ashlynn Shade. The consensus top-5 player in the country is sought after by all of the elite programs: Tennessee, UConn, Stanford, Notre Dame, and more.
I am grateful for the opportunities and relationships basketball has provided. With that being said I have narrowed my list down to eight schools. @IGB_Hoops @IGB17uGUAA @NHSGirlsBBall pic.twitter.com/oCIVnr6bS7
— Ashlynn Shade (@AshlynnShade) August 24, 2021
Moreover, with her elite ability, IQ, and game-changing skill, one can only imagine the impact she will have once she gets to college. So, it’s no wonder why schools are making the trek to Noblesville, Indiana.
Tennessee and Vanderbilt visited Shade today, multiple sources tell The Ball Out. In addition, Lady Vols recruiting coordinator Samantha Williams used her first visit of the 2023 recruiting cycle to visit Shade. And with Williams’ elite reputation as a recruiter and coach, it says a lot that she prioritized Shade.
— Samantha Williams (@UTCoachSam) March 1, 2020
Thanks coach! I appreciate you. Love what you’re doing with your team and program!
— Asia Durr (@A_Hooper25) April 5, 2021
- South Carolina visited the nation’s No. 18 prospect Aalyah Del Rosario (2023) last Friday.
- On Monday, a lot of schools stopped by to visit Delaney Thomas, the No. 25 player in the class of 2023. Schools that were in attendance: Louisville, Maryland, DePaul, Michigan State, Penn State, and others.
- Top-50 recruit Kara Dunn (2022) took her official visit to Georgia this past weekend. Also, Georgia Tech and Mississippi State visited her high school yesterday.
— Stephanie Dunn (@step_dunn) September 15, 2021
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