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    Default OT - Fab freshmen to watch in the 2020-21 NCAAW season

    Due to the lack of Lady Zag information and the overabundance of Covid posts, for fans of Wbb, here is an interesting article on the 2020-2021 incoming freshman from the Swish Appeal. Two of the listed top-10 are from the State of Washington; Dalayah Daniels a 6-foot-4 forward from Garfield HS (going to the California Golden Bears) and Hailey Van Lith a 5-foot-7 guard from Cashmere HS (going to the Louisville Cardinals).

    Fab Freshmen to Watch in the 2020-21 NCAAW Season
    Paige Bueckers of the UConn Huskies seems to have the most talent of any freshman in the country but others have joined her on the radar, including Te-Hina Paopao of the Oregon Ducks. Sarah Andrews of the Baylor Lady Bears and Deja Kelly of the North Carolina Tar Heels could surprise a lot of people as well.

    By Zack Ward Nov 2, 2020, 12:00pm EST

    There’s always a lot of pressure for incoming freshmen in the NCAA, especially if they are highly rated and their team needs them to perform well. It isn’t fair that those freshmen are so scrutinized just out of high school, and there are a lot of people who deserve to be mentioned who did not make the following list. Nevertheless, here it is: 10 fabulous freshmen oozing with talent and possessing the potential to take their respective programs to new heights:
    Article Link: https://www.swishappeal.com/ncaa/202...andrews-baylor

    Along with the summary of the strengths of each of the listed players, the link includes a highlight video from each of the players. It will be fun to see how these highly rated HS players adapt to the speed and strength of the D-1 Wbb game.

    ZagDad

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    Thanks ZagDad.

    Also a Portland area player in Brink (Stanford). Bummer none of the highly touted NW players stayed in the NW.

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