Oregon Basketball

Women's Basketball Recruiting at Torrid Pace

May 14, 2019

Coach Kelly Graves has been having success on the recruiting trail like never before.  Already, Oregon has commitments from four top-40 prospects per the ESPN HoopGurlz Recruiting Rankings

Much of this success can be attributed to the transcendental play of Duck star Sabrina Ionescu and Oregon’s recent NCAA tournament success, reacing the Elite Eight and Final Four the past two seasons.

Here is a quick look at each of Oregon’s current 2020 commits:

Sydney Parrish

Sydney Parrish is a 6-foot guard from Fishers, Indiana.  Parrish is a five-star and ranked as the 11th best player and 2nd best guard in the 2020 Class by ESPN.

ProspectsNation.com ranks her as the No. 19 overall player in the country. 

Parrish chose Oregon over a number of other big suitors, including Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, South Carolina, Tennessee and UCLA.

Parrish led her high school team to the Indiana state championship this past year and also won the Indiana Gatorade Player-of-the-Year in 2019.

Angela Dugalic

Angela Dugalic is a 6’4” forward from Des Plaines, Illinois.  Dugalic is a four-star and ranked as the 22nd best player and 4th best forward in the 2020 Class by ESPN.

ProspectsNation.com has her ranked as a four-star but not listed inside its top 60 players. 

Dugalic picked Oregon over Cal, UCLA, Missouri, Marquette and others.

Dugalic led her Maine West high school team to an undefeated season and the Illinois state championship this past season. 

Dugalic plans to try out for the Serbian Senior Women’s National team in June.

Maddie Scherr

Maddie Scherr is a 5-foot-11 guard from Florence, Kentucky.  Scherr is a four-star and ranked as the 23rd best player and 5th best guard in the 2020 Class by ESPN.

ProspectsNation.com has her ranked as the No. 25 ranked player and No. 7 ranked guard nationally.

Scherr led Ryle High School to its first ever Kentucky State Championship in 2019 and was named the Championship’s MVP. 

Scherr was named Kentucky’s Gatorade Player of the Year in 2019 after averaging 15.4 points, 6.9 rebounds, 4.6 assists, 3.2 steals and 1.4 blocks. 

Te-Hina Paopao

Te-Hina Paopao is a 5-foot-9 point guard from Oceanside, California.   Paopao is a four-star and ranked as the 40th best player and 13th best point guard in the 2020 Class by ESPN.

ProspectsNation.com has her at No. 14 overall and a bone-a-fide 5-Star prospect.

Paopao, who selected Oregon over Oregon State, UCLA, Louisville, and many other schools, is a swiss army knife type of point guard. 

Paopao, who averaged 17.5 points, 9.2 rebounds, 4 assists and 2.4 steals as a junior last season for La Jolla Country Day, also led the Torreys to a 22-12 record.


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