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Mountain West Recruiting Rankings: Version 2.0

When it was all said and done, New Mexico had a slight edge over San Diego State, giving the Lobos the top recruiting class in the Mountain West Conference.

Here is a team-by-team look at the Mountain West 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- NEW MEXICO

  • No. 133   N’Dea Flye, 5’8, PG., Oregon City HS, OR
  • No. 154   Madison Washington, 5’8, SG., Red Oak HS, TX
  • No. 258   Tesha Buck, 5’11, SG., Red Wing HS, MN (Transfer From Wisconsin Green Bay)
  • No. 445   Antonia Anderson, 6’2, SG., Cibolo Steele HS, TX
  • No. 459   Tatiana Wright, 5’10, SG., McKinney North HS, TX
  • NR            Jaedyn DeLaCerda, 5’8, G., Roswell HS, NM
McCormick: “Coach Bradbury hit a home run with this recruiting class. They are adding a lot of perimeter firepower. Flye is an very athletic guard, and Buck is a great shooter.”

2- SAN DIEGO STATE

  • No. 146   Tea Adams, 5’9, PG., Juanita HS, WA
  • No. 181   Naje’ Murray, 5’6, PG., St Mary’s Stockton HS, CA
  • No. 302   Kiara Edwards, 6’1, PF., Valley Vista HS, AZ
  • No. 543   Kennedi Villa, 5’11, SG., St Mary’s College, CA
McCormick: “Adams and Murray are BCS caliber prospects. They can both score, and they will both have an immediate impact.”

3- FRESNO STATE

  • No. 185   Jordanna Porter, 5’11, WF., Kileen Ellison HS, TX (Transfer From Utah)
  • N0. 722   Alyson Gamez, 5’7, SG, Iriving MacArthur HS, TX
  • N0. 723   Maddi Utti, 5’11, SG., Seaside HS, OR
McCormick: “Porter is a an outstanding player with experience, and they are adding two skilled guards. This class will boost them up.”

4- UNLV

  • No. 363   Krista Jackman, 6’5, C., River Valley HS, AZ
  • No. 615   Kavionna Brown, 5’6, PG., Cibola HS, NM
McCormick: “Kathy Olivier really solidified her frontcourt with Jackman, and the point guard is a crafty player who understands the game, and how to lead a team.”

5- AIR FORCE

  • No. 415   Emily Conroe, 5’10, SG., Seton Home Study, VA
  • No. 472   Kaelin Immel, 5’9, SG., Southridge HS, OR
  • No. 646   Meaghan Raab, 6’2, PF., Hanover HS, MA
  • No. 718   Kennedy Beale, 5’8, PG., Cape Henry Collegiate, VA
  • NR           Coco Kuchins, 5’10, SG., Winston Churchill HS, MD
McCormick: “They are bringing in four good guards and a frontcourt player. This is a group that should help them start climbing the ladder in the Mountain West.”

6- SAN JOSE STATE

  • No. 551   Chinwe Ezeonu, 6’0, PF., Seattle Preparatory, WA
  • No. 791  Heleyna Hill, 5’6, PG., Archbishop Mitty HS, CA
  • NR          Cydni Lewis, 6’1, PF., Mater Dei HS, CA
McCormick: “Ezeonu will give them size and athleticism inside, and Lewis is more of a versatile player with size. Hill is a heady point guard.”

7- UTAH STATE

  • No. 776   Taylor Franson, 6’2, C., American Fork HS, UT
McCormick: “Franson is a good strong post player. She can score on the block, and she is fundamentally sound.”

8- BOISE STATE

  • No. 747   Tess Amundsen, 5’11, WF., Clovis North HS, CA
McCormick: “They only got one recruit, but she is a very versatile athlete who has a very good motor.”

9- NEVADA

  • No. 786  Janelle Sumilong, 5’8, PG., Hanford HS, CA
McCormick: “Nevada is adding a very intelligent point guard. She sees the floor well, and she will be an extension of the coach on the court.”

10- WYOMING

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 11- COLORADO STATE

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