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West Coast Recruiting Rankings: Version 1.0

Loyola Marymount has a wonderful recruiting class, but it’s Gabby Green that sets the Lions’ class apart. Green is one of two transfers that will be joining the LMU program.

Here is a team-by-team look at the West Coast Conference 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- LMU

No. 5       Gabby Green, 6’2, SG., St. Mary’s College, CA (Transfer From California)
No. 192   Jasmine Jones, 6’0, PF., Long Beach Poly HS, CA
No. 403   Josie Buckingham, 6’5, C., New Richmond HS, OH (Transfer From Minnesota)
No. 556   Chelsey Gipson, 5’7, PG., Windward Academy, CA
McCormick: “Having Gabby Green transfer is a program changer. They are also adding a true low post presence with experience, and the two high school players are quality recruits.”

2- BYU

  • No. 98     Maria Paula Albiero, 5’7, PG., Word of God HS, NC
  • No. 100   Sara Hamson, 6’7, C., Pleasant Grove, UT
  • No. 427   Paisley Johnson, 5’9, PG., Glacier Peak HS, WA
McCormick: “This is an outstanding class for BYU. Albiero is originally from Brazil, and Hamson is also very talented … and 6-7! They should be challenging for the conference title in the next few years.”

3- GONZAGA

  • No. 137   LeeAnne Wirth, 6’3, PF., Seton Catholic HS, AZ
  • No. 156   Jennifer Wirth, 6’2, WF, Seton Catholic HS, AZ
  • No. 280   Louise Forsyth, 6’0, WF, Brookswood Secondary, (CANADA)
  • No. 325   Jill Townsend, 5’11, SG, Okanogan, HS, WA
McCormick: “The twins will give them a lot of versatility. These kids all have strong skill sets, and they can play multiple positions, so it’s a tremendous class.”

4- SAN DIEGO

  • No. 263   Myah Pace, 5’11, SG., Bishop O’Dowd HS, CA
McCormick: “Pace is a big guard who is very skilled, and she should contribute very early in her career.”

5- PACIFIC

  • No. 411   Anaya McDavid, 6’2, PF., Bishop Alemany HS, CA
  • No. 561   Lianna Tillman, 5’9, PG., Lincoln HS, CA
McCormick: “This is a good combination of players, with a point guard and a post player. Tillman is very quick and she can score, while McDavid is an explosive inside player with a high motor.”

6- SANTA CLARA

  • No. 574   Madison Piper, 5’11, WF., Free State HS, KS
McCormick: “Piper is a very versatile inside-outside player who is a good find. She is strong and physical, and she can score from the outside.”

7- PORTLAND

  • No. 626   Josie Matz, 5’10, PG., Wilson HS, WA
McCormick: “Portland only got one recruit, but it’s a good one. Matz is a point guard with size and great fundamentals. She is a high IQ player who should make an immediate impact.”

8- SAN FRANCISCO

  • No. 787  Hailey Vice-Neat, 6’2, PF., Cardinal Newman HS, CA
McCormick: “The new staff brought in an athletic forward who can score inside or step out.”

9- PEPPERDINE

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10- SAINT MARY’S

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