Posted On: 12/3/19 12:55 PM
One of the most fun things to do is see how players that have moved onto the college level are performing in comparison to their high school ranking. Rankings are an imperfect science no matter how someone tries to dice it up, but the final 2019 rankings were based on potential as a college player and overall impact at the high school level. Although it is early into the college season, some players are outperforming others in their freshman season. Here's how the class of 2019 would be ranked based on their college production thus far.
5. Brooke Walling (Fresno State) *Previous ranking: 5
- The Prairie High School grad is averaging a decent amount of playing time as a freshman, but she is registering just .6 points per game and 1.6 rebounds. Fresno State is currently 5-3.
4. Jacinta Buckley (UNLV) *Previous ranking: 4
- The first team all state performer at Lewis and Clark High School is still adjusting to the college game and averaging a little over 8 minutes per game and recording 1.4 points per game. She played a season high 21 minutes versus Southern Utah. UNLV is 2-4 on the season.