Recruiting Round-Up

Recruiting Round-Up
Haley JonesThere's a new No. 1 in the 2019 class, Haley Jones

Recruiting Round-up; Spring Standouts 

Quick Thoughts from the Spring 

As Chris Hansen highlighted in our coverage of USA Basketball, 6-foot-2 forward Haley Jones has emerged as the must track prospect in the 2019 class. Early in her prep career, her potential to impact the game in a variety of ways was apparent. She had an abundance of offensive versatility and showed flashes of the kind of upside that could separate her from the pack. In the last calendar year, Jones has started to put it all together. She has transferred from a player who impacts different parts of the game to a player who changes games. 

In comparison to other classes, the 2019 quality is as muddled at the top as any class in recent history. Going into the Spring, there were as many as 11 players who could rightfully be in the discussion for the No. 1 spot in the rankings. Coming out of the Spring it is starting to look like Jones is moving away from the pack. With a USA Basketball birth and another elite high school schedule in front of her, Jones has an advantage that most of her peers don’t have. She will play against the best of the best from now until she steps on a college campus. As she continues her growth, it will be fun to see her compete and develop over the next calendar year. 

Haley Jones

California, Class of 2019






Endiya Rogers is a Big Time Scorer 
Rogers left an impact on our staff with the way she played Spring. She has a lanky frame and the ability to score the ball at all three levels. On the offensive side of things, she plays with tremendous body control and is comfortable using an array of finishes, from floaters to euros to inverse layups to finish plays. Any conversation about players to watch this July has to include the 5-foot-9 DFW Elite guard. 

Endiya Rogers

Texas, Class of 2019







Key Down to Five

Tamari Key of Cary, North Carolina has narrowed her list to five finalists. In alphabetical order, Key is now considering Duke, Florida State, Louisville, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech. At 6-foot-4, Key has emerged as the premier shot blocker in the 2019 class. Defensively she has the ability to impact her primary defender as well as anyone who gets to the rim. Even when she's not making contact with the shot, she can act as a shot changer and dramatically lower the impact of opposing players.  

Tamari Key

North Carolina, Class of 2019






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