2010 Women's College Basketball Team Recruiting Rankings
Commits:5ESPNU HoopGurlz 100 Commits:5Top Prospect:PG Chelsea Gray
McDonald's All American Richa Jackson. (ESPN HoopGurlz)
No additions for the Blue Devils since the early signing period, although a spring transfer will open up a scholarship. Expect Duke to roll the open spot into the 2011 class.
The Atlantic Coast Conference stole the show at the top of the 2010 class rankings for the early period and none more so than the Duke Blue Devils. Joanne P. McCallie put her stamp on the program with this recruiting haul and are already getting busy in the 2011 class.
Landing two point guards in the ESPNU HoopGurlz Hundred is no small feat, especially when both Chelsea Gray and Chloe Wells bring different things to the floor.
Versatility on the wing and depth at the point guard position, lead by No. 4 ranked Gray gives the Blue Devils an exciting future. With powerful wing player Richa Jackson and the overall versatility and skill of Haley Peters would make any college and its fans incredibly happy. But Duke landed the top prospect in the state of Illinois in wing player Tricia Liston.
Landing two point guards in the ESPNU HoopGurlz Hundred is no small feat, especially when both Gray and Chloe Wells bring different things to the floor.
This five player class spans five different states -- California, Illinois, New Jersey, North Carolina and Oklahoma.
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