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Big 12 Recruiting Rankings: Version 1.0

The traditional powers are leading the way in the Big 12 recruiting race, with Texas and Baylor at the top. Both the Longhorns and the Bears are adding an impressive group of Top 30 prospects.

Here is a team-by-team look at the Big 12 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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  • No. 6  Rellah Booth, 6’2, PF., IMG Academy, FL
  • No. 10  JaTarie White, 6’5, C., Providence Day HS, NC (Transfer From South Carolina)
  • No. 17  Chasity Patterson, 5’6, PG., North Shore HS, TX
McCormick: “Texas has a loaded roster this year, and they will add three great players. They just needed to fill in their spots, and that’s what they are doing …. just re-loading with great players in the frontcourt and the backcourt.”


  • No. 8     Alexis Morris, 5’7, PG., Legacy Christian HS, TX
  • No. 13   Deauzya Richards, 6’2, WF., Cypress Ranch HS, TX
  • No. 74  Cara Ursin, 5’7, SG., Destrahan, LA
  • No. 237 Trinity Oliver, 5’9, SG, Trinity HS, TX
McCormick: “Baylor really followed up on the great class they had last year. They are getting a dynamite point guard and a great wing. Both of them are impact players who will keep Baylor at the top of the conference.”


  • No. 135  Makayla Stanley, 6’3, PF., Glen Allen HS, VA
  • No. 68   Ashley Jones, 5’7, PG., Numann Goretti HS, PA
  • No. 86  Destiny Harden, 5’11, SG., Morgan Park HS, IL
McCormick: “They had a good season with a young team last year, so there is a lot of excitement there right now. The two guards they are adding are definitely players who will help right away next year.”


  • No. 49    Ana Llanusa, 5’11, SG., Choctaw HS, OK
  • No. 187  Shaina Pellington, 5’8, SG., Dunbarton HS, (CANADA)
  • No. 329  Mandy Simpson, 6’1, PF., Boise HS, ID

McCormick: “Oklahoma has a lot of firepower this year, and this is a strong group that really fits their system. They can all score, and they are tough to matchup with.”


  • No. 34  Sydney Umeri, 6’2, PF., The Lovette School, GA (Transfer From Virginia)
  • No. 181 Brittany Franklin, 6’5, C., Plymouth HS, NC
McCormick: “Umeri is a fifth-year transfer who is eligible right away. She is a blue collar, do everything type of player. Kansas is another team that is on the rise.”


  • No. 84   Cymone Goodrich, 5’10, PG., South Shore International, IL
  • No. 215 Rachel Ranke, 6’1, SG., Eastview HS, MN
  • No. 221  Mary Lakes, 6’4, C., Manual Academy, IL
  • No. 258 Ashley Ray, 6’4, C., Girard HS, KS
McCormick: “They have added some backcourt help that will make a difference down the road, and they have a strong squad this year.”


  • No. 121  Kristin Scott, 6’2, PF., Kasson Mantorville HS, MN
  • No. 153  Raeannah Johnson, 5’7, PG., St Michaels Albertville HS, MN
McCormick: “Iowa State seems to be bouncing back, and these two players will help continue that trend. These two both really fit their system well.”


  • No. 124  Braxtin Miller, 5’9, PG., Kettering Alter HS, OH
  • No. 232  Abbie Winchester, 6’1, PF., Heritage Hall HS, OK
McCormick: “They are signing a tough, smart point guard, and a post player who really fits their system.”


  • No. 190  Lauren Heard, 5’9, PG., Denton Guyer HS, TX
  • No. 25 JC  Kyeria Hannah, 6’1, WF., Butler CC, KS

McCormick: “This should be a very strong class for TCU. Heard is a good, scoring point guard, and Hannah has a lot of talent.”


  • No. 91  Lyndsey Whilby, 6’0, WF., McEachren HS, GA
McCormick: “Texas Tech should be headed to one of their best seasons in recent years, and Whilby is a scoring machine who will fit in with what they have coming back. They are going to be a force to be reckoned with.”

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