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Besides point guard Andrea Newbauer of Fort Wayne, Indiana has signed 6-foot-4 center Marissa Taylor out of Bolingbrook High School in Chicago according to The Bolingbrook Sun.
Taylor played her first two years of high school ball in Lansing, Mich. Here’s what ESPN HoopGurlz said about Taylor after seeing her play in the U.S. Junior National Championships this past July:
Marissa Taylor of the Illinois Hustle is still evolving as a player. Despite being a senior, this may be an evolution that recruiters need to watch. At 6-4, she has a solid, strong build and the mobility to get up and down the floor with the guards. The biggest missing piece to her game is consistency. One moment she gives you the play that gets your hopes up, but follows that up with an inexperienced decision or move. All the physical aspects are in place and playing for highly-regarded Hustle coach Derril Kipp can only help take her to another level. This is one athlete who’s future is really in her own hands. What she does with it is up to her.
We should get IU coach Felisha Legette-Jack’s take on the two new recruits soon.
Will Sheehey, a 6-foot-5 guard/forward from Weston, Fla, will announce his college decision at 10 a.m. Monday.
Sheehey, a three-star prospect that Rivals lists as the No. 131 player in the country, confirmed that with the Indiana Daily Student.
Sheehey recently visited Indiana, but there had been some indications he would wait until the spring to sign.
It would be easy to suggest that the commitment of Jelan Kendrick to Memphis has pushed Sheehey over the edge with Indiana, since the prospects play similar positions.
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Indiana wide receiver Damarlo Belcher reaches for a pass against Penn State. Associated Press
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Jelan Kendrick, the No. 8 player in the class of 2010 according to Rivals.com, has signed to play basketball at Memphis.
Indiana had been strongly trying to pursue Kendrick, and were among his finalists. He had made several indications that he would wait until the spring to sign.
Instead, the 6-foot-6 Kendrick, who can play three positions, visited Memphis’ campus and promptly called a press conference at The Peabody hotel to announce he would be a Tiger, the Memphis Commercial-Appeal’s Dan Wolken reported.
This is a significant blow to Tom Crean’s hopes of landing a top class in the 2010. Kendrick visited Indiana’s campus the last weekend of October.
Point guard Josh Selby was on campus this weekend for an unofficial visit. Indiana signed Victor Oladipo earlier this week and is also involved with Will Sheehey, a three-star guard.
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