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Discussion in 'Women's Basketball' started by mred, Jul 9, 2019.
Right. I wasn't disagreeing with you. I just wanted to throw some additional info out there.
Kansas State and Nebraska WBB boards were both crushed when she chose Iowa State. That tells me a lot.
Prospects Nation has star ratings available going back to 2013. In that time, ISU has:
1 5-star recruit: Donarski
19 4-star recruits: Buckley, Bell, Ricketts, Durr, Starks, Burkhall, Carleton, Camber, Johnson, Scott, Wise, Frederick, Joens, Kane, MEM, McBride, Ryan, Joens 2, Feuerbach
The stat above agrees with you. It seems they give a LOT of recruits four stars.
They do. I kinda look at them more for their 5 and 4.5 and higher ranked 4's with their overall rankings.
And their snazzy easy to assess class rank, like this:
LoL at those that had Seanna, Bridget and Kristin as 3 stars. 1 a all big 12 first team member, 2 a big 12 player of the year and 3 a second team all big 12 team who will be a future all big 12 first team member.
Kylie Feuerbach is actually 6’0 in b-ball shoes.
I agree with the other poster that she is one to watch in this class.
Yes she would start right away.
I'd guess that her friendships with Megan and Makenzie Meyer didn't hurt Iowa.
ND was certainly the "favorite," but I have posted before that AAU parents claimed that was not necessarily so. Well, they were right...
Sucks Clark wants to be a Bluderette. Can’t imagine what led to that decision.
Maybe the fact that the hoks
Elite eight appearance last year
A good school
For us, the past few seasons have been disappointments. Also how many one and done in the NCAA that we have had in the last few seasons?
She wants to be the star. God I want more than anything to go 4-0 against them while she's there.
They got one great player - we got four great player and people - I like our chances!
Lisa bluder, i hate that guy.
Might break our losing streak (six going back to 2008) at Carver Mausoleum in 2020. Liking our chances with Scott and Joens as star upperclassman.
Since she didn't pick the good guys I wish she would have went to ND, but oh well 1 player does not a team make (usually).
How do we stack up against Iowa recently, let's say the last ten years, in head-to-head recruiting for 3-5 star recruits? Iowa seems to have taken their share.
Starting lineup next year will be interesting. I believe for sure that our backcourt next year will consist of 2 of the 4 2020 recruits.
Scott, Joens, Wise, Ryan and Donarski?
Seeing time off the bench:
Rae, M E-M, Joens 2.0, Kylie F, Fred
Kane and Lindsey J
Alot of players and only 200 minutes to share.
Not necessarily a bad thing. Really enjoying the uptick in recruiting.
That's a ridiculous amount of backcourt talent. I think there's a good chance MEM is starting since she'll have a year of Big 12 basketball under her belt. Donarski could end up being the first one off the bench, even though she certainly has the talent to be a day 1 starter.
There may be a breakthrough at post or center position with all the backcourt talent to feed into the hoop. Better than adequate is not asking too much, and if we have a breakout at the post with Scott et al, we may finally be really good.
Next year will be interesting to watch for sure. Bill says Fuerbach the surprise, and Emily contribute from the get go.
Other than Scott, Wise and Joens, I'm not sure how the other say 90-100 minutes goes between the 7 other guards. Feels good to be in that position for a change.