I clicked onto "see Steph Davis other tweets" and there is a photo of 100 or so AAU players in a gym. They look happy so the activity is positive on it's own, but will most of them receive athletic scholarships to college or only an average of two or three per AAU team?
There's a ton of AAU teams nowadays, so I think you have to specify the level of AAU.
Yes, the top clubs will see most of their players get D1 scholarships. But the majority of clubs will be lucky to have one or two go D1.
Current State of affairs, the good news is that the 3 prior verbals all appear to be still on board, The less good news is that we still have at least 2 available scholarships & we need some bigs in this class.
Status of known offers: Cote – verbal to UNH Ali Brigham - verbal to GW Owens – reclassified to ‘21 Forman – reclassified to ‘21 Kranbuhl – verbal to Monmouth Stanfield – verbal to Penn Brenna McDonald - verbal Yale Swider – verbal to Villanova DeMember-Shazer – uncommitted, but starting to get a lot of interest, recent offers include Binghamton & St. Bonnies Weimer – uncommitted, but has 12 other offers including recently Georgia Tech & West Virginia Budnick – uncommitted, but has 12 other offers including recently Richmond & Penn - Verbal to Richmond
Budnick verbals to Richmond,, hope more offers are forthcoming.
That is where Aaron Roussell, Bucknell coach until a couple of months ago, is now coaching. He has landed two good players in the past few weeks. Very good coach and huge loss for Bucknell.
I chose Holy Cross because it has an awesome reputation academically, and I will be close to home so friends and family can come to the games. I also want to make an impact as a player and see my team to a Patriot League championship!" Wow! Welcome Steph!!!
A bit of good news on the recruiting front as it appears that they are still very much in the running for Weimer Her 12 offers include St. Bonnies, Lehigh, Manhattan, James Madison, Quinnipiac, VCU and West Virginia
With our very strong sr class (3 excellent starters) set to depart in May, this recruiting cycle is very important - anxiously waiting for the LOI's to arrive - any news out there ?
No news, but you make a good point. Losing Lauren and Megan in the same year will change the whole positional balance of the team, which is pretty good this year. Let's make hay while the sun shines with an injury light season and a strong run in March.