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- May 5, 2012
- No. 8 Allisha Gray joins a busy '13 recruiting day
- Allisha Gray of Sandersville, Ga., has verbally committed to North Carolina, according to her father, Al. The 6-foot junior wing also considered Kentucky, Maryland, South Carolina and Tennessee before deciding on the Tar Heels.
Gray, who is the No. 8 prospect in the ESPN HoopGurlz Super 60 for the 2013 class, is the fourth player to pledge to UNC on Saturday. She joins No. 3 Diamond DeShields of Norcross, Ga., No. 15 Stephanie Mavunga of Brownsburg, Ind., and No. 18 Jessica Washington of Tulsa, Okla. The quartet isn't alone, as previously committing to North Carolina were Tanisha Brown of Myrtle Beach, S.C., and twin sisters Bria and Briana Day of Raleigh, N.C.
- Apr 30, 2012
- No. 8 Allisha Gray ('13) reveals final five
- Allisha Gray of Sandersville, Ga., ranked No. 8 in the 2013 class by ESPN HoopGurlz, has cut her list of prospective schools to five, according to her father, Al.
Making the cut are Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
The 6-foot guard, who is coming off a spectacular spring-evaluation weekend, previous had nine other schools on her list, including Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, LSU, North Carolina State, Stanford, Vanderbilt and Virginia.
"Allisha and her family would like to thank all of the schools that have recruited her," Al Gray said via email.
- Apr 24, 2012
- 5-star G Allisha Gray ('13) makes her first cut to 14 schools
- Allisha Gray of Sandersville, Ga., the No. 8 prospect in the ESPN HoopGurlz Super 60, has made her first round of cuts in the recruiting process, according to her father, Dr. Allen Gray. Her preliminary list of schools includes Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, LSU, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Stanford, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Virginia.
Gray is a 6-foot guard who is rated a five-star prospect by ESPN HoopGurlz.
- Apr 23, 2012
- Allisha Gray's 92 points earns her All-Tournament team honors at Boo
- Allisha Gray scored 92 points over the weekend playing for the Georgia Metros at the Boo Williams Spring Invitational. The weekend included an impressive 25-point game against the host team, Boo Williams, in the quarterfinal round of the gold division, in which she made five 3-pointers.
Gray was selected by the Boo Williams tournament staff to the 10-player All-Tournament team. She was joined by Rachel Dahlman of North Tartan, Shayla Cooper of Essence Purple, Ronni Williams of Central Florida Elite, Kelsey Mitchell of All-Ohio Black, Diamond DeShields of A.O.T. Rebels, Lindsay Allen of Philly Belles-Maryland, Jannah Tucker of Philly Belles-Maryland, Olivia Jones of the Tennessee Flight, and Kaela Davis of the Tennessee Flight.
The Flight's Rebecca Greenwell was named the gold division's Most Valuable Player, her first tournament in eight months since suffering a torn anterior-cruciate ligament.
- Apr 18, 2012
- No. 8 ('13) Allisha Gray schedules two unofficial visits ahead of the spring evaluation period
- Allisha Gray, the No. 8 prospect in the ESPN HoopGurlz Super 60 will make two visits to ACC programs tomorrow, April 19th. According to her father, Allan Gray, the five-star rated guard from Sandersville, Ga., will visit both Duke and North Carolina before joining her Georgia Metros club team on Friday at the Boo Williams Nike Invitational in Newport News, Va.
- Nov 28, 2011
- No. 8 Allisha Gray nets 37 points, MVP honors
- Allisha Gray, ranked by ESPN HoopGurlz as the No. 8 prospect in the 2013 class, had 37 points and eight rebounds on Saturday as Washington County (Sandersville, Ga.) beat Laney (Augusta, Ga.) 66-54 in the championship of the Lady Hawks Thanksgiving Tournament.
Named the tournament's most valuable player, the 5-foot-11 Gray also had four blocks and three assists against Laney.
Gray also had 23 points, five assists, five rebounds and a block during Washington County's 75-30 victory over Jefferson County (Louisville, Ga.) on Friday night.
Kala Brown had a combined 25 points and 11 rebounds during Washington County's two victories.