The Indiana women’s basketball team picked up it second commitment for the class of 2013 Thursday.
ESPN HoopGurlz reported that Taylor Agler, a 5-foot-8 point guard from Westerville, Ohio, verbally committed to the Hoosiers, according to her club team coach, J.B. Bethea of All Ohio Basketball.
Agler is the daughter of Brian Agler, the head coach and general manager of the WNBA’s Seattle Storm.
She joins 6-foot-3 Jenn Anderson of Westfield in the 2013 class and is the fourth player to join the IU program since Curt Miller was named head coach in late March. The others are transfers Kaila Hulls (Bowling Green) and Claire Jakubicek (Northern Illinois).
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