Recruiting News: Oberg, Scherr, Strigel

Recruiting News: Oberg, Scherr, Strigel
Maddie Scherr

Destinee Oberg of Burnsville, Minnesota, is one of the top front court prospects in the 2019 class. *Photo by Glenn Nelson. #SMPMember Recruiting News – August 23, 2017

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Class of 2019 Destinee Oberg of Burnsville, Minnesota, visited Purdue and Washington in the last week.

MY TAKE: Oberg looked good on the floor at the Check Me Out Showcase this past weekend. She is one of the few players in this class who can score as a primary back-to-basket option. Oberg even showed range out to the 3-point line. Getting momentum by stringing together consecutive months on the hardwood is a key over the next year.


Class of 2018 wing Izzy Strigel of Raleigh, N.C., chooses NYU.

MY TAKE: In Strigel, NYU lands a wing capable of putting the ball in the basket. She became a better defender this summer with the Carolina All-Stars #PSBFamily organization. A high academic option, the sky is the limit for Strigel at the college level in that way. She has a world of potential to keep growing her game on a yearly basis.


Class of 2020 guard Maddie Scherr of Ryle, Kentucky, has new interest from both Florida & Oregon.

MY TAKE: Scherr showed this spring and summer that she belongs in the elite discussion in the class nationally. She has both length and skill at the guard spot with the ability to play on or off the ball. Scherr has multiple Power 5 scholarship offers already.



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