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Ivy League Recruiting Rankings: Version 1.0

Both Princeton and Harvard added strong four-player recruiting classes this year, with the Tigers edging out the Crimson for the top group in the Ivy League.

Here is a team-by-team look at the Ivy League 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- PRINCETON

  • No. 122   Abby Meyers, 6’0, SG., Walt Whitman HS, MD
  • No. 171   McKenna Haire, 5’11, PG, Myers Park HS, NC
  • No. 347   Carlie Littlefield, 5’9, PG., Waukee HS, IA
  • No. 349   Sydney Boyer, 6’0, WF., Oaks Christian HS, CA
McCormick: “This is an outstanding class, and Meyers is the headliner. She is a scorer who had some impressive offers. These four should all contribute right away.”

2- PENN

  • No. 71    Eleah Parker, 6’4, C., Northside Christian Academy, NC
  • No. 330  Michae Jones, 5’9, PG., E D White Catholic, LA
  • No. 343   Katie Kinum, 5’8, PG., New Providence, NJ
  • No. 755   Christina Dicindio, 6’1, C., West Winsdor Plainsboro HS, NJ
McCormick: “Penn is on a roll in the Ivy League, and this class could keep that going. Eleah Parker is a huge get, and they added some other good pieces.”

3- HARVARD

  • No. 174   Jadyn Bush, 6’0, WF., Blanchet HS, WA
  • No. 193   Rachel Levy, 6’2, PF, Boca Raton HS, FL
  • No. 251   Grace Tworek, 6’1, PF, Fremd HS, IL
  • No. 293   Maddie Stuhlreye, 6’4, C., Ursuline Academy HS, OH
McCormick: “Harvard really solidified the frontcourt and they added a lot of size. All four kids have great potential, so this class should help Harvard compete for the top spot in the Ivy League.”

4- COLUMBIA

  • No. 310   Madison Pack, 6’2, PF., Sarasota HS, FL
McCormick: “This is a good find for Columbia. Pack is a versatile, inside-outside player who should contribute as a freshman.”

5- YALE

  • No. 372   Ellen Marga Andrews, 5’10, WF., Greenhill HS, TX
McCormick: “Andrews is a sleeper. She is athletic and skilled, and I think she will be an impact her first day on campus.”

6- CORNELL

  • No. 477   Adriana Abdulmassih, 6’3, WF., St Ignatius HS, CA
  • No. 614   Halley Miklos, 6’2, C., Liberty Common HS, CO
McCormick: “Cornell is adding a very versatile wing who can shoot, and a strong post presence in Miklos. These two kids should really help move Cornell up.”

7- BROWN

  • No. 631   Jenna Benzinger, 6’4, C., Mt Grey Lock HS, MA
  • No. 804   Morgan Clausen, 6’0, WF, Huntley HS, IL
  • No. 852  Dominique Leonidas, 5’6,PG, Parkview HS, GA
  • No. 855   McKenna Dale, 5’11, WF., EO Smith HS, CT
McCormick: “Brown is signing four good players. Leonidas is a good athletic point who can run the show, and they other three players can score. This should really help their program.”

8- DARTMOUTH

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