Posted On: 09/2/19 12:40 PM
So far I have highlighted the top point guards, shooting guards and small forwards, but it is now time to focus on the crown jewels of the class, the posts. The recorded history of the posts in the 2020 class dates back to about 7th grade when it was clear as day a handful of these girls would someday be playing at the Division 1 level. Many of these players are less than a year away from making that a reality. It doesn't take someone to have coached or scouted some of the top players in the country to tell you "you can't teach size" but the old saying will never die. Some of the top players have already committed or narrowed down their list, but some schools are going to get some very good players with a good amount of potential.
6'2 F Jordyn Jenkins solidified herself as a top notch recruit this spring and summer. She is a fluid athlete with a combination of power and skill. I think she is at her best in transition and semi-transition when she can get out and run. Jenkins can operate from the high post, short corner or wing, making her