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Discussion in 'Women’s Basketball' started by Moooooo, Dec 8, 2014.
Did we recruit Ramirez or did she just not show any interest in Texas?
See jusme828's post three comments back.
Thanks. However, Jusme828's comments seem more like opinion or a guess. For those who follow recruiting, I was curious if she visited Texas or if we knew Texas offered her a scholarship. No big deal...I was just curious.
She did visit back during early football season. Not sure if she was offered, but I had assumed she was. And, yes, my post was just an opinion as it says.
Article on Alecia:
great story on Alecia. Can't wait to see her in Burnt Orange. Huge for her that her father is moving to Austin.
Joyner playing in the Jordan Brand Classic today Friday, 04/15 at 2:30 PM CST; airing on WatchESPN . . .
Joyner wins Most Outstanding Player award after going for 16 points and 12 rebounds.
She looks so fluid running the floor, and even leading the break dribbling the ball:
Way to go Joyner!
This is very good, wish there were a tape of the game. In the MacDonald's game she was tremendously impressive in the first quarter, then didn't stand out much in second half---which was dominated by intergalactic three point shooting by Ionescu and Ramirez. But nobody really guards you in these all star games, so the guards tend to run wild and score way more than inside players. But Holmes still looked powerful, fast, with good passing and a good looking shot----as is confirmed by her award in this game. With our maturing guards and the incoming players Texas is going to have real fire power next year. Lots of fire power. Lots.
Holmes is.just what our team needs: A tremendously talented big wiho can face up, stretch the D, create off the bounce, and rebound-n-run. She is like a turbo jet up and down the court -- looking effortless. Can't wait to watch her develop under Tina Thompson!
I am watching on ESPN3 replay right now.
Great to see (as well as who responded with some encouragement):
Another twist in the recruitment of Sabrina Ionescu. After eliminating Texas from her final 3 in the fall, she was down to Oregon State and Cal. As of tonight? OSU and Cal are both out and her final 2 are Oregon and Washington. Letting her twin brother walk-on at Oregon seems to paying off and Washington's improbable run in the tourney is producing dividends as well.
Article from the the Daily Toxin about the twins and why they chose Texas:
Well good Lord as many scholarships are available for our men's team, surely we could offer he brother a scholarship!!!
Here's a new name:
I think we'll have two 'ships available if both players want to come:
Corsaro was underwhelming in the McD All-star game. Don't know much about her otherwise.
Corsaro is a very good player, she's a skilled perimeter player with size that can shoot the ball well from the perimeter. Texas only has one scholarship available which was from Sara. They could use both players but I would take Jatarie White because Texas needs a true center after Kelsey Lang graduates to complement the forwards that will be on the roster.
What about Chatrice White from Illinois? Anyone have any update on the one Big 12 school she was interested in? We need a Big girl to replace Kelsey in 2017-18. Not a guard.
Chatrice White visited Notre Dame and Louisville shortly after she announced her transfer from Illinois; that was like a couple of weeks ago. Louisville just announced a transfer addition, so it appears they are out of spots. No other updates on any visits for Chatrice.
kinda wondering whether to put this here or in the transfer thread since it could be in either:
ESPN on Corsaro—fascinating story.
Now this is the kind of player that will pay attention at film study. Plus she is supposed to be an outstanding 3pt shooter and has a 4.5 GPA, both qualities that will fit well at Texas. We have been looking for a 3pt shooter in this class.
Corsaro sounds about perfect. I hope we have a good chance. Pump faking and drawing fouls are pretty advanced skills. She and Jamie might hit it off -- both seem like passionate students of the game. Of course, I know that applies to the whole coaching staff and probably all the team members.
We'll have room for two players... believe that!
Looks like Alecia is moving to Austin this weekend:
Would not be surprised if Texas did not offer Corsaro. Should know soon.