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Atlantic 10 Recruiting Rankings: Version 2.0

VCU blew away the competition in the Atlantic 10 recruiting race, easily outdistancing second place George Washington with a five-player group that represents the finest class the Rams have ever signed.

Here is a team-by-team look at the A-10 recruiting classes as ranked by the All Star Girls Report (individual rankings as of Version 1.0), along with comments from ASGR analyst Bret McCormick.

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1- VCU

  • No. 99     Taya Robinson, 5’10, PG., Huguenot HS, VA
  • No. 150   Sydnie Archie, 5’11, SG., St Cahterine’s HS, VA
  • No. 157   Tera Reed, 6’2, SG., Life Center Acadmey, NJ
  • No. 296   Delphynia Sparks, 5’10, PG., Monsignor Scanlon HS, NY
  • No. 456   Madison Covington, 5’11., SG., CE Ellison HS, NY
  • NR           Chloe Molloy, 5’7, PG., Melbourne, Australia
McCormick: “VCU has added three very good guards. Robinson, Archie and Reed are all BCS level players. Those kids can help move then up to the top of the A-10.”

2- GEORGE WASHINGTON

  • No. 212   Neila Luma, 6’0, PF., Allentown Central Catholic HS, PA
  • No. 324   Lexi Levy, 5’5, PG., Seton Catholic HS, NY
  • No. 369   Chyna Latimer, 6’0, WF., Patterson Mill, MD
McCormick: “Levy is a tough little point guard who is kind of like Coach Rizzotti. Luma is a versatile player who is coming off a good summer, and Latimer will bring talent to the wing.”

3- DAYTON

  • No. 145   Samantha Breen, 6’2, PF., Cardinal Wierl North Catholic HS, PA
McCormick: “Breen is a talnted, versatile, inside-outside player who fits the Dayton system to a T.”

4- FORDHAM

  • No. 22 JC    Monika Radomska, 5’11., SG., Casper College, WY
  • No. 659   Ralene Kwiatkowski, 5’6, Carolina Day School, NC
  • No. 666   Halei Gillis, 6’4., Carolina Day School, NC

McCormick: “Radomska is a 2-3 kid with a high skill set and an understanding of the game. Kwiatkowski is a tough, heady point guard, and Gills will give them a nice inside presence.”

5- MASSACHUSETTS

  • No. 355   Aerial Starks, 5’10, SG., A&M Consolidated HS, TX
  • No. 403   Autumn Giles, 5’10, SG., Fort Myers HS, FL
  • No. 412   Paige McCormick, 5’11, WF., Heuvelton Central HS, NY
  • No. 486   Alexia Allesch, 6’1, WF., Gill St. Bernard HS, NJ
McCormick: “They went to Texas and got a really good guard who will probably start from Day One. The other three recruits are all good shooters and fundamentally sound, so they are really helping their perimeter with this class.”

6- ST. JOSEPH’S

  • No. 367   Katie Jekot, 5’9, SG., Cumberland Valley HS, PA
  • No. 392   Mary Sheehan, 6’0, WF., Cardinal O’Hara HS, PA
  • No. 418   Autumn Truesdale, 6’0, WF., The Berkshire School, NY
McCormick: “All three of their recruits are fit their system. They are fundamentally sound, and they can put the ball in the basket. Truesdale may be a little different because she is more of a slasher.”

7- GEORGE MASON

  • No. 291   Taylor Byrne, 6’2, PF. (Transfer from Seton Hall)
  • No. 475   Danielle Deoul, 6’2, PF., Washingtonville HS, NJ
  • No. 610   Camarie Gatling, 6’0, PF., Highland Springs HS, VA
  • N0. 837  Nikki Cardano-Hillary, 5’7, SG., Vista Ridge HS, TX
  • NR   Camden Musgrave, 5’7, PG., Holy Cross HS, MD (Transfer from Central Connecticut State)
  • NR          Marika Korpinen, 5’9, SG., Long Island Lutheran HS, NY
McCormick: “Musgrave and Cardano-Hill are scoring guards, and Musgrave could be a first-year starter. They also got two inside kids who are both strong players.”

8- DUQUESNE

  • No. 364   Libby Bazelak, 5’10, PG., Alter HS, OH
  • No. 689   Amanda Kalin, 5’8, SG., Pine-Richland HS, PA
  • NR           Helmi Tulonen, 6’3, P., Finland
McCormick: “They are adding a pair of good guards who become their backcourt of the future. Tulonen is a 6-3 post who will add size to the baseline.”

9- DAVIDSON

  • No. 361   Saeeda Abdul-Aziz, 5’11., WF., Mohonassen, HS, NY
  • No. 544   Kelly Fitzgerald, 5’7, PG., Green Hope HS, NC
  • No. 739   Sarah Donovan, 6’0, PF., AB Lucas (CANADA)
  • No. 768  Katie Turner, 5’7, PG, Bishop Manogue HS, NV
McCormick: “Abdul-Aziz is the headliner for Davidson. She is an athletic, versatile type player. She could start from Day One. Fitzgerald, I think, will surprise some people. This is a strong, deep class with a lot of firepower.”

10- RICHMOND

  • No. 386   Kailyn Fee, 5’8, PG., Oakton HS, VA
  • No. 715    Alexandra Parson, 5’6, PG., Monacan HS, VA
McCormick: “Fee is a scoring point guard who understands the game, and she can stroke the long three. She fits their system well.”

11- LASALLE

  • No. 391   Rayshel Brown, 5’7, PG., Curtis HS, NY
  • No. 516   Jasmine White, 6’3, PF., Harborfields HS, NY
  • No. 592   Deja King, 5’7, PG., Life Center Academy, NJ
McCormick: “Brown is a quick, attacking point guard, and King has the same qualities. White is a versatile inside-outside post player. They got three good players.”

12- RHODE ISLAND

  • No. 451   Abby Streeter, 5’11, SG, Lawrence Academy, NH
  • No. 540   Maia Moffitt, 5’10, SG., St. Anthony’s HS, NY
McCormick: “They are signing two offensive-minded guards who know how to score the basketball. They should contribute immediately.”

13- ST. LOUIS

  • No. 672  Ellie Taylor, 5’8, PG., Dow HS, MI
  • No. 797   Tasia Jeffries, 5’8, SG, Louisville Butler HS, KY
McCormick: “Taylor is a smart point guard who really knows the game, while Jeffries is a shooter, so St. Louis has recruited a lot of depth in their backcourt.”

14- ST BONAVENTURE

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