Indiana girls basketball recruiting: Tracking state’s best players

ESPN’s updated girls basketball recruiting rankings include six returning players from Indiana, four of whom are in the Class of 2023. of that group, four are in the Class of 2023.

Here’s a look at who made the cut, as well as ESPN’s final 2022 rankings.

2022

No. 4 Ayanna Patterson, Homestead (UConn)

No. 48 Alyssa Crockett, Westfield (Michigan)

No. 60 Mila Reynolds, South Bend Washington (Maryland)

No. 87 Lilly Stoddard, Crown Point (Purdue)

No. 99 Kate Clarke, Carmel (Michigan)

2023

No. 6 Ashlynn Shade, Noblesville (UConn)

A 5-10 guard, Shade led the Millers to the Class 4A state championship, averaging around 21 points, eight rebounds, four assists and four steals. The five-star recruit committed to UConn in January and enters her senior season with 1,698 career points, 606 rebounds, 282 assists and 314 steals.

No. 25 Amiyah Reynolds, South Bend Washington (Maryland)

The five-star prospect was key contributor to the Panthers juggernaut, averaging nine points, five rebounds, five assists and three steals for the reigning 3A champions. Reynolds verbally committed to Maryland in November.

Westfield Shamrocks forward Alyssa Crockett (20) loses control of the ball against South Bend Washington Panthers guard Amiyah Reynolds (1) on Wednesday, Dec.  29, 2021, at the New Castle Fieldhouse in New Castle.  South Bend Washington Panthers defeated the Westfield Shamrocks, 52-50, for the Hall of Fame Classic Tournament Championships.

No. 78 Rashunda Jones, South Bend Washington (Purdue)

Jones, who battled knee tendinitis through most of last season, averaged 12 points, four assists and three steals. She totaled 114 points over the final eight games of the season.

No. 94 Laila Hull, Zionsville (Uncommitted)

Hull collected 12 double-doubles, logging 20.3 points and 9.6 rebounds for the Eagles. She shot 53% from the field, doing most of her damage from inside the arc (4-for-36 from 3).

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